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Camp Logistics

Since 1985 Outland has ensured the safe, reliable delivery of  workforce housing and equipment and people to remote locations.  We have full time offices and yards across Canada who service our remote workforce camps. These are ideal launching points for the North and allow us to supply cost-effective catering and personnel solutions.   All of our managers live and work in the far north.  Our leadership average well over 25 years in the remote camp business.

Our remote camp experience includes the movement of exploration campsmodular structures, people, and products to the most remote regions of Canada including transport in the very far north-James Bay, Northern Quebec, Northern Alberta, Northern BC, Labrador, and Nunavut.    Outland's ability to coordinate all modes of transportation (road, rail, sea, and air) gives our clients the security that their people and material will arrive wherever and whenever it's needed.

Our camp logistics and related services include:

  • Planning and site preparation
  • Arctic Air and Sea transport
  • Trucking across Canada
  • Site service distribution
  • Installation

Please contact us today to discuss your workforce camp logistics requirements.



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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... »

New Logo!

You may have noticed our new company logo. It shows the joining together of two successful companies: Outland and Carillion. Carillion is a global leader in support services and construction with deep roots in Canada. Their support will enable Outland to grow and expand our offerings – both to clients and our own staff. We are proud of our 30 year history as Outland. We will keep the best of Outland’s “can do” approach to challenges and will combine it with Carillion’s vast experience and resources. Together, we are a stronger company! This synergy is captured in our new tagline: “Local Delivery.Global Expertise.”. Read More »

Manitoba Hydro's Keewatinohk Camp is Officially Open!

This past Wednesday September 16th marked the Grand Opening for Manitoba Hydro’s Keewatinohk Camp! This camp is located 90 km NE of Gillam, Manitoba and will house roughly 600 working men and women for years to come. This has been quite an experience for Outland working with Fox Lake Cree Nation and Manitoba Hydro and we are excited to announce the opening of this beautiful facility! Read More... »

FNNRYEP Closing Ceremonies 2015 - Welcome Carillion Canada!

Quetico Provincial Park’s Teaching Lodge proved to be the perfect location for the 16th annual Closing Ceremonies. The location reinforced the strengthening partnership between FNNRYEP, Ontario Parks, MAA, MNRF, MNDM and First Nations. The Teaching Lodge serves to remind all that Quetico lies on the traditional lands of at least 3 First Nations communities. Read More... »

16th Annual FNNRYEP Closing Ceremonies

Outland Camps has been delivering the First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program for 16 summers since its inception in 2000. Over the years 375 youth hailing from 50 northern Ontario First Nations Communities have been employed by Outland in this unique work experience/training/life skill building opportunity. Outland works closely with the Ontario Government through MNR, MNDM, MAA and Ontario Parks along with First Nations, Education and Industry/Commercial partners in order to make it all happen each year. Read More... »

INSYNC media presents: A transformation Youth Camp for First Nations Youth in Northern Ontario

Lalita Krishna from INSYNC Media spent time in Northern Ontario, with Outland Camps, to document the unfolding of the 2015 First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program and the new Mink Lake First Nations Youth Employment Program. Her 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... »

Outland Celebrates the Opening Ceremonies for the 16th Year of the First Nations Youth Employment Program

Outland and its operations partners, Lac Lacroix First Nation, Ontario Government, Confederation College and Lakehead University hosted the Opening Ceremonies for the 2015 First Nations Natural Resources Youth Employment Program on Thursday July 16 at Mink Lake Camp. 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... »

Trucking / Transport

Getting your camp equipment to your remote site safely and on time is the first step in any successful camp installation project.    Outland has experience shipping modules to remote sites and will utilize trusted suppliers to get the job done safely, while at the same time being attentive to project schedule as well as overall care of the units. Every module delivery will be accompanied by a packing list, in duplicate inside a waterproof envelope attached to each module. We will also clearly identify all modules with Outland, and the Unit Number on all 4 side of each module for ease of identification through the shipping process. Outland is diligent in adhering to load weight, timing, and dimensional restrictions in effect on the proposed route to the installation site.