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CAPITAL METAL DETECTING CLUB

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Capital Metal Detecting Club (CMDC)is a club devoted to the hobby of metal detecting for coins and other historical or cultural artifacts.
 
We are also committed to abide by our mission -- a code of conduct and ethics which is detailed below.

Our members are located in Canada's National Capital Region of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. This is notably the Ottawa, Ontario, and Gatineau, Quebec area. We also have members from other regions of North America and other countries around the world.

The annual membership fee is $5 Canadian payable to our Treasurer who is listed below.

We enjoy a breakfast meeting on the second Sunday of every month -- at 8 a.m. in the summer and at 9 a.m. in the winter. Currently we are meeting at Nate's Deli, on Wellington opposite the Bytown Movie Theatre and just west of King Edward.

Throughout the year we enjoy group hunts and competitve hunts.
 
To contact us, e-mail to:
 
President for 2005
Marc Lowell
househistory@yahoo.com
 
Treasurer for 2005
Bill McCubbin:
cubby@ripnet.com
 
Website Manager
Mike Lomas
mlomas@magma.ca

Our Mission

CMDC's Metal Detecting Code of Ethics is as follows:

To respect private property and undertake no detecting without the owner's permission
To not tamper with or destroy property, buildings or remains of ghost towns or deserted structures
To not litter
To leave gates as found
To not contaminate wells, creeks or other water sources
To fill in all excavations, including beaches and in water
To not tamper with signs, maintenance facilities or equipment
To appreciate and protect our historical, cultural and natural heritage including natural resources, wildlife and private property
To demonstrate thoughtfulness, consideration and courtesy at all times
To protect our metal detecting hobby and act as a goodwill ambassador at all times
Before detecting on public sites to always check laws, ordinances or regulations that may govern such areas
To never trespass, always obtain permission
To never leave open holes
To report the discovery of items of significant historical value to a local historian or museum in accordance with the most current legislation
To mark and report to authorities any discovery of live ammunition or lethal objects

Visit the CANADIAN METAL DETECTING FORUM
where we all chat and show pictures of stuff
we have found:
 

http://members3.boardhost.com/cmdf/