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Covid update October 15th, 2020

…we will pause in-person activities until further notice. We will be following the advice of federal, provincial, and municipal authorities and health agencies throughout this process, as we have from the onset of COVID earlier this year.

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Contact us


Contact Us:

Scouting Service Centre (Ottawa)


Northern Ontario Council
Québec Council
Voyageur Council

Quebec Council Organizational Chart

Key 3 Executive and Volunteers  Our council is Volunteer run and staff supported. The Key 3 share the role of managing the council.

 Scouting Relationship Manager (SRM) Head Paid Staff Mary-Pauline Vatsis  [email protected]
Council Commissioner (CC) Head Volunteer Elaine De Ryk [email protected]
Council Youth Commissioner Head Volunteer    

Office Staff:

Our support staff office is located in Ottawa and are shared with 2 other councils; Voyageur and Northern Ontario councils.

Hours: Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Please contact Ottawa council office for any appointments:

Phone: 1 (613) 225 – 2770 Ext: 501
Toll Free 1 (888) 726 – 8876 Ext: 501
Fax 1 (613) 224 – 3571  
Address 200-1345 Baseline Road,
Ottawa, ON K2C 0A7

Important contacts

Council Registrar Member Services Administrator Ladka Stodola ext 501 [email protected]
PRC/VSS, Training, Recognition and Events  Deputy Support Lynn Levitan ext 502 [email protected]
Donation Inquiries and Bookkeeping  Accounting Assistant Lisa Quarrie   [email protected].
Banking Inquiries Accounting Assistant Lisa Quarrie   [email protected]
Contracts/Agreements & Certificates of Insurance Executive Assistant Rose Pelkey   [email protected]

Tour Permits

Executive Assistant 

Debbie Maw


[email protected]

Training   [email protected]    
Safety Incidents    [email protected]    
General Inquiries    [email protected]    

Camp Administration

Camp Tamaracouta


Dunn Memorial camp

Cecile Antink (450) 825-2920 [email protected]

[email protected]

 Gail Catchpaw    


Webmaster Ted Mackay [email protected]
Social Media Danica Lewington [email protected]
Newsletter Ted Mackay [email protected]

Council Support Team

Chair of Council Properties

John Neysmith

[email protected]

Council Event Lead

Elaine de Ryk

[email protected]

Fundraising Lead

Mike Reid

[email protected]

Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator

Ted MacKay

[email protected]

Sessional Learning Lead

Elaine de Ryk

[email protected]

Recognition Lead

Victor Knowlton

[email protected]

First Aid Lead

George Smith

[email protected]

Elections Officer

Penny Hebert

[email protected]

Properties Lead

Martin Drapeau

[email protected]

Group Support Scouters

Marc Bourret

[email protected]

Robert Schmitt

[email protected]

Chris Drew

[email protected]

Ken Watson

[email protected]

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The Camps

Scout Camps in the Quebec council offer year-round adventure in many different settings. Whatever your next quest may be, we have a great camp to accommodate your group. Whether you are looking for beaches, canoeing, hiking trails, nature trails or just a place to relax in nature our camps will do the trick. We offer indoor accommodations as well as outdoor site that are great for tenting and hammocking. Why not check us out for your next great camp out.

Camp Tamaracouta

Temporarily closed

Favorite resting place on Blue Trail leading to the waterfall.

Camp Tamaracouta is a 1000 acre playground offering year round lodging meal services and camping for youth groups and schools. Where will your next adventure be?

Dunn Memorial Scout Camp


Nature is at its best at Dunn Memorial with a broad array of wildflowers, trees and other species


100 acres of wilderness alongside the beautiful Chateauguay River featuring hiking trails, creaks and wetlands make this camp a natural for your next wilderness adventure.

Lake Lovering Scout Reserve


Spectacular waterfront is complimented by canoeing on a pristine lake.


Year round camping adventure come alive at camp Lovering located in Magog Quebec. Whether you are looking for hiking trails, a giant campfire circle, sledding, mountain bike trails, a sports field, fishing, canoeable waters we have you covered.

Camp Kinagalawi


Canoeing is just one of the adventures at this camp.


Nestled on Spooner pond, near Richmond Quebec, Camp Kinagalawi offers adventure abound. A four season camp, heated winter cabin  that can  sleep  20+, 8 lean-tos, a fully furnished Kitchen and dining hall, open play fields, wooded area, and a private water front can fit any groups needs.

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