Little by little, the Quebec Lodge Outdoor Centre on the shores of Lake Massawippi is making its way back to being a summer-long overnight camp. Officially reopened in the summer of 2016 for two weeks of day programming with little more than a yurt and a forest trail, the camp is now looking forward to a full-summer of activity in 2018. “We’ve gone from two weeks, to four weeks, to eight weeks,” said Ruth Sheeran, President of the Quebec Lodge Foundation, explaining that the plan is to have the structure and programming of the camp grow as interest and registration grows. “We’re doing this cautiously,” she added. The President told The Record that in the month of June the camp will be adding two more yurts to its layout, tripling the indoor space currently available to campers. These added structures will complete the first of three planned “yurt villages” that will form the basis of the camp’s eventual residential program. See full story in the Monday, June 11 edition of The Record.