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September 2011 - Outland Camp Award- Manitoba

Outland was chosen to build and install a 100 man remote modular camp in northern Manitoba. Outland was chosen because of its record of success delivering workforce housing solutions in Northern Manitoba. Since 1985 Outland has been operating remote camps across the country. We are still owner operated and are one of the largest privately held remote camp and catering companies in the country. Outland has been operating in northern Manitoba for over 15 years... Read More »

August 2011 - Prime Minister Stephen Harper Visits Outland Built Camp in Baker Lake, NU

Outland Camps and its Joint Venture Partner Tangmaarvik Camp Services were proud to have Prime Minister Stephen Harper visit the Agnico Eagle Meadowback mining camp in Baker Lake, Nunavut. (The Meadowbank camp was built and installed by Tangmaarvik.) The visit was part of an initiative to continue economic development of Canada's north through mining exploration, expansion, and development. Tangmaarvik began working with Agnico Eagle in 2007 providing an exploration camp that later become... Read More »

August 2011 - Alberta-Bull of The Woods

Outland Resources was invited to cater the closing ceremony of Alberta's Sustainable Resource Development 2011 Junior Forest Ranger Program.. The annual ceremony titled Bull of the Woods, is a 3 day event showcasing the skills learned by JFR's over the course of the summer, to all of their friends, family and AB SRD guests. The event was held at a remote camp facility catered by Outland. During the 3 day event we catered over 250 guests for a program that we are proud to be a part of. Way to go Rangers!... Read More »

July 2011 - Outland Hosts Pancake Breakfast For Slave Lake, Alberta

Doug Finamore (Outland Regional Manager), Katie Scholl (Outland Camp Catering Manager) along with an Outland catering team flipped pancakes and served food to over 350 guests from Slave Lake in downtown Edmonton. The breakfast raised over $2,000.00 for a Slave Lake relief fund. Slave Lake was ravaged by unprecedented spring fires and Outland has been catering over 500 fire fighters in the area for the last month. Outland has been catering over 1500 fire fighters daily at remote camps across Alberta... Read More »

July 2011 - Outland Caters Over 125 First Nations Evacuees

Outland camps was asked to cater over 125 evacuees from Cat Lake First Nations in late July at a remote mining camp in North Eastern Ontario. The community was evacuated during Ontario's busy fire season and was composed of many elderly, and families with young children. The Outland catering team managed to integrate the evacuees successfully into an existing mining construction camp. Outland was given 24 hour notice to prepare for the arrival of the Cat Lake guests. Outland was pleased to... Read More »