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Now this
is Camp!

Camp Quality strives to provide empowering camp experiences for kids with cancer. Our philosophy is that together, we can do anything, be anything and achieve everything. We have the power to turn life’s challenges into adventures.

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Our Camps

Camp Quality operates six camps across Canada, a leadership retreat weekend and a young adults program, where there are activities for everyone. At CQ, campers with cancer have the opportunity to make new friends, explore nature, try new activities, master a favourite program, and thrive in an environment where they are not defined by their cancer experience, but by their excitement for the future.

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Having such a wide range of friends who can all relate to what I’ve been through is an amazing thing to have.

CQ Camper, 2013

News and Upcoming Events

  • News from
    CQ National

    Cassels Brock Wins Soccer Tournament Supporting Kids with Cancer

    On Saturday, September 20th, 2014 much of Bay Street showed up to compete for the Bay Street Kicks Kids’ Cancer soccer tournament in support of Camp Quality. While it was an extremely windy day, the sun came out and everyone […]

  • News from
    CQ Breaking Borders

    Breaking Borders 2014 Review

    Quality Time, Quality Adventure, Quality People Twelve young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 – survivors of cancer along with siblings who have also lived through the experience – took part in a sea kayaking adventure on the […]

  • News from
    CQ Eastern Ontario

    Camp is magical

    Do anything. Be anything. Achieve everything. That’s our Camp Quality motto. At camp, children have the opportunity to discover things that they never thought possible. Sometimes that means mastering a new card trick or learning how to make a coin disappear. Today, […]

Puppet Program

The Camp Quality Puppet Program is a community education outreach program. Each year we visit schools across the country using 4 life-size puppets to talk to elementary school students about childhood cancer. The puppet program encourages empathy and is available free of charge to schools across the country.

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