Wendy & Jim Tatman have been owners of the camp for 24 years, and both have guided all over Temagami, with Jim extending his reach to the James Bay watershed, western Quebec and the eastern shore of Lake Superior. Wendy and Jim both teach high school at different schools in Columbus Ohio They have two adult children, Emily and Nate who went through the camp program. Jim and Wendy are responsible for the day-to-day operation of the camp during the summertime.
Nadine & Andy MacMillan teach at Country Day School in King City, Ontario and live nearby with their two children Alix and Michael who are both currently campers. Andy and Nadine have been affiliated with the camp for more than 15 years and became owners in 2001. Nadine is the Director of our girls program and Andy is an active guide on our longer trips when he is not constructing key components of our in-camp infrastructure.
Christina & Scott Northey have been owners of the camp since 1999. Scott was originally a camper and on staff of Camp Temagami’s predecessor camp and Christina is responsible for all aspects of camper and family recruitment. They live in Toronto with their three young children Andrew, Ros and Charlotte.
Hugh Stewart has been part of the canoe-tripping community in Temagami since 1959 as a camper, guide, camp owner, wilderness advocate, and canoe builder. He lives in Wakefield, Quebec, next door to his canoe shop where he has built the majority of Camp Temagami’s fleet of wood-canvas canoes. www.headwaterscanoes.ca.