Outland Camps was founded in 1985. We supply, install and operate full service remote workforce camps and catering. We have offices across the country (including offices in Thunder Bay, Timmins, Brampton, Toronto, Amos, Edmonton, and Vancouver) to service and support our clients and staff.
Outland has installed and operated remote work camps since 1985. We started out supplying camps for forestry operations. Over the past decade, we have supplied ever larger camps to the oil and gas industry, mining and exploration firms, and provincial governments. Outland's executive team has over 100 years of experience in the remote camp business. If you would like to hear more about Outland's story please contact us for more information.
A brief history of our workforce housing and camp catering highlights:
- Outland founded. Starting as a reforestation company, establishes remote work camps for forestry operations.
- Outland completes first 100% helicopter access camp project in Alberta. We develop helicopter friendly work camps. Outland now operating remote site camps in four provinces.
- Outland becomes a long term supplier of remote modular camps to government fire fighting programs. Supplies up to 500 man camps supplying high quality catering service with just 48 hours set up time.
- Outland begins share purchase plan with key managers. The share purchase plan becomes the foundation of Outland's management structure. Outland is and remains 100% employee owned.
- Outland partners with First Nations Communities in the Thunder Bay area to develop the First Nation Ranger Program, training hundreds of 17-18 year old FN youth in forestry and mining skills in residential program. Wins Aboriginal Training Organization of the Year Award.
- Outland acquires contracts to supply modular workforce accommodations and camp catering to drill rigs in Alberta. Outland continues to grow building ever larger camp infrastructure and provides catering services to ever larger camps. Outland continues on this path with steady yearly increases in our camp and catering business.
- By 2010 Outland is remotely catering 6,000 people per
day in 7 provinces and 1 territory. Outland is steadily building
camps of 500 plus in Canada's most remote northern climates.
Outland is now one of Canada's largest private camp infrastructure
suppliers. Outland partners with Canada's leading Arctic marine
experts and becomes leading supplier of floating accommodation to the mining
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Outland kitchen team work hard to supply food services to emergency Bak Lake Fire camp
Outland kitchen team from Fort Hope, Grassy Narrows, Seine River and Fort William indigenous communities work hard to supply food services to emergency Bak Lake Fire camp in north western Ontario. Read more »
Outland FNNRYEP students attend Annual Science Week at Lakehead University and Confederation College.
TBT News item featuring Outland FNNRYEP students. Watch the video »
Congratulations Ryan Klages on your promotion to Operations Manager!
Congratulations are in order to Outland's Ryan Klages on his promotion to Operations Manager of Manitoba. Read More... »
"Anything is Possible.." First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program 2016
Check out highlights from the the 2016 FIrst Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program in Northern Ontario. The video chronicles the journey of various youth as they navigate their way through training, education and work projects over the course of six weeks at the camps. Read More.. »
Volunteer Award awarded to Outland's Dave Bradley and Sarah Ambroziak!
Congratulations are in order to Outland's Dave Bradley and Sarah Ambroziak for being awarded one of Carillion Canada's STAR Awards. Both received The Volunteer Award for their amazing work with the First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program. Read More... »
Outland Acquired by Carillion Canada
Carillion Canada Inc. (“Carillion”) a wholly owned subsidiary of Carillion PLC, has announced its acquisition of 100 per cent of the share capital of Outland. Read more... »