- Outland Celebrates Closing Ceremonies of the 15th Year of FNNRYEP
- Outland Staff Rescues Family in Vehicle Collision
- Outland Caters 1000 Man Camp in Vernon
- Saddlebrook Receives 'Heroes of the Flood' Award
- New Camp on Hudson's Bay
- Outland Camps returns to Webequie FN for Annual Career Fair
- Fort Hope Career Fair
- Lac Seul Career Fair 2014
- Fox Lake Cree Nation Joint Venture Agreement
- Saddlebrook Grand Opening
- FNNRYEP Closing 2013
- FIRST NATIONS NATURAL RESOURCES YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM begins 14th summer Program at Firesteel Camp west of Upsala, Ontario
- Outland Aids Flood Victims
- LSFN Career Fair
- Outland Camps Joins the Modular Building Institute
- Outland Camps Joins ISN
- National Aboriginal Day
- 2012 FNNRYEP Closing Ceremonies and 2013 Program Details
- Outland Camps supports Books With No Bounds
- John C. Yesno Memorial School Job Fair
- Webequie Career Fair
- Outland Caters for Webequie Mining Essentials Program
- Outland and APTN
- May 2013 - Employee Spotlights
- Outland Remote Catering Class and Webequie First Nations
- Outland Camps Selected to Build State of the Art Camp Facility for Manitoba Hydro
- Outland Employee Spotlights
- Outland Employees Assist with Plane Crash Rescue
- Outland Wins AFPA Safety Award
- Jarome Iginla
- 2012 First Nation Rangers
- Former Outland Supervisor wins Bravery Award
- Outland Acquires Cinema Scenes Catering
- Outland Deploys fire Crews and camp staff to Ontario Fires
- Working in a Mining Camp
- Outland 27 years in remote camp business
- Prime Minister Harper visits Outland Camp in Nunavut
- OUTLAND’S INUIT PARTNER, TANGMAARVIK INLAND CAMP SERVICES COMPLETES A 35,000 SQAURE FOOT MODULAR FACILITY IN NUNAVUT
- Outland wins Ontario Catering Project
- Outland Remote Camp Award - Alberta
- Northern Quebec Camp
- Outland Joins With First Nations Partner To Provide Catering Services In Northern Ontario
- Outland Camp Award (2)
- Outland Camp Award
- Kurt Metivier Accepts Position Of Vice President, Camps And Catering.
- Outland Camp Opening
- Outland Feeding Over 1500 Fire Fighters In Alberta.
- Outland Hosts Pancake Breakfast For Slave Lake, Alberta
- Outland Caters Over 125 First Nations Evacuees In North Eastern Ontario
- 12th Annual First Nations Youth Employment Program Starts July 5th!
- Outland Wins Exploration Camp Build And Install - Nunavut!
- Alberta-Bull of The Woods - August 15Th to August 18Th
- Outland Camp Award
- Outland Grows in BC
- Outland Safety Award
- Outland A Partner in First Nations Youth Education
- Outland Wins Alberta Safety Award
- Wesley Community Clean-Up
- Outland Camps Awarded Sunset Prairie Lodge
- Outland Hosts Christmas Luncheon for Heart Lake First Nation
- Outland Acquired by Carillion Canada
- Opening Ceremonies of 16th FNNRYEP
- INSYNC media presents
- 16th Annual FNNRYEP Closing Ceremonies
- FNNRYEP Closing Ceremonies 2015 - Welcome Carillion Canada!
- Keewatinohk Camp is Officially Open!
- New Logo!
- Volunteer Award awarded to Outland's Dave Bradley and Sarah Ambroziak!
- Congratulations Ryan Klages on your promotion to Operations Manager!
- "Anything is Possible.." First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program 2016
- Outland FNNRYEP students attend Annual Science Week
- Outland kitchen team work hard to supply food services to emergency Bak Lake Fire camp
- First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program
- Fairfax Successfully Completes Acquisition of Carillion Canada’s Services Business
Outland Camps supports Books With No BoundsJune 2013
PHOTO: Dave Bradley, Julia and Emma Mogus and Regional Grand Chief Stan Beardy at the Aboriginal Youth Achievement and Recognition Awards 2013
Following the lead of former Ontario Lieutenant Governor, James
Bartelman, Julia (15) and Emma (14) Mogus of Oakville are
continuing to support literacy among Aboriginal youth by collecting
and shipping thousands of books in to Nishnawbe Aski Nation
communities across northern Ontario. They have
delivered in excess of 21,000 books to date with thousands more
sitting in their basement ready to be processed and shipped
Outland Camps owner/manager, Dave Bradley, was initially approached by Porter Airlines to assist the Books With No Bounds team (which also included Mom, Janet Mogus and friend/supporter, Oakville Councillor, Pam Damoff) with logistics on their recent trip north. Porter has been helping the girls with transportation from Southern Ontario to Thunder Bay. Wasaya Airways has been assisting with air travel and transport of books from Thunder Bay into the northern communities. On this last trip Half-way Motors Nissan provided a Nissan Cube for local transportation while the Best Western Nor'Wester Hotel and Conference Centre took care of accommodation. Outland Camps is providing book storage and book forwarding/road transport assistance from our Thunder Bay office when required.
PHOTO: Books With No Borders team visits Outland Camps Thunder Bay office. Front Row (L to R): Pam Damoff (Councillor City of Oakville), Emma, Julia, Janet Mogus (Mom). Back Row (L to R): Dave Bradley (Owner/Business Development), Jenn Morrison (Owner/Regional Manager), Lynne Montgomery (Operations Manager Camps and Catering Services), Joel Hagarty (Manager, Type 2 Forest Fire Crew Services), Rose Therrien (Manager Northwest Fire Pumps Services), Harry Gesic (Fire Crew Boss), Lester Bouchard (Fire Crew Boss)
Dave joined the foursome at
the Aboriginal Youth Achievement and Recognition Awards dinner
where Julia and Emma were winners of the Community Involvement
Award. Regional Chief, Stan Beardy, NAN Deputy Chief Goyce
Kakagemic and newly elected Fort William First Nation Chief
Georjann Morriseau all had an opportunity to speak to the youth and
their families and supporters. It truly was an inspirational
evening with a fantastic line-up of First Nations youth from across
the province being recognized for their achievements.
Also, during their recent trip, the Books With No Bounds crew travelled with Chief Stan Beardy to the remote community of Fort Severn. It was an eye opening experience for all. They were blown away by the hospitality of the community and the warm and friendly people there. Chief Beardy has been a keen supporter of Julia and Emma since they first met about a year ago when he was first elected Ontario Regional Grand Chief.