Annuaire d'entreprises de Wakefield

Communauté et gouvernement

Gatineau Valley Historical Society

The Gatineau Valley Historical Society is a charitable not-for-profit organization which has acted to conserve and foster interest in history and heritage of the Gatineau Valley region for over forty years, since its founding in 1962. Our activities range from organizing events to publishing and preserving archival material of local historical interest. We interact with other history and heritage groups in the region, and work as an active, locally-based group to make our resources and assistance available within the wider community.
819.827.6224  • 

Artists In Their Environment

Welcome to the “Artists In Their Environment” studio tour. This annual fall event, now in its 23rd year will showcase the work of 25 artists and craftspeople. The first of our area, this popular tour has stood the test of time. The consistent high quality and diversity of the art work, set within the stunning environment of the Gatineau hills has continued to draw visitors to our area year after year. Bienvenue au Tour des ateliers des « Artistes dans leur Milieu », un évènement qui, depuis 23 ans, annonce l’arrivée de l’automne. L’édition regroupe 25 artistes et artisans. Ils vous invitent à parcourir cette « route des arts », la plus ancienne de la région et dont la popularité se confirme d’année en année, un succès qu’expliquent la diversité et la constante qualité des œuvres proposées, ainsi que le pittoresque environnement des collines de la Gatineau où elles sont présentées.
819.827.2193  • 

Baha’i Community of La Pêche

Individuals from every walk of life who are engaged, at the grassroots level, in the promotion of the well-being of and service to the entire human race. We are dedicated to the creation of a worldwide society built on principles of justice and unity, characterized by the elimination of racial and religious prejudice, and by the equality of women and men, where diversity is celebrated and the arts, sciences and a love of learning are encouraged. Baha'i community life revolves around social, environmental, spiritual, intellectual, and artistic activities designed to uplift the human spirit, reinforce the love and reciprocity of human relationships, and promote the world-embracing vision needed to be of greater service to humanity. People of like-minded vision to participate in locally-organized events of a social, ecological, educational and world-embracing spiritual nature. We offer study courses, spiritual gatherings, junior youth empowerment programs and children's classes.
819.459.1702  • 

Cabane à Jeux

Cabane à Jeux, in Wakefield, QC, is a place for local children and families to play and learn, meet each other, and swap resources. All families in the municipality of La Pêche are welcome to attend our events and playgroups and to join the Joujouthèque La Pêche Toy Library. Most of our volunteers can assist you in French or English.
693 chemin RiversideWakefield, QC

Commerce Wakefield

A collection of businesses and individuals dedicated to the promotion and betterment of the village of Wakefield and the surrounding area. Commerce Wakefield aims to contribute to the sustainable development of the village in a way that will benefit residents, businesses, the natural environment, and visitors alike.

Des Collines Health Foundation - Fondation de Santé des Collines

The Des Collines Health Foundation is a non-profit organization and a registered charity. Its main objectives are to raise and manage funds in support of the activities of the Centre de santé et de services sociaux des Collines (CSSS des Collines) which includes: the Wakefield Memorial Hospital, the CLSC and its points of service (Cantley, Chelsea, Masham and Val-des-Monts) and the Centre d'hébergement La Pêche. The Foundation, which is administered by a Board of Directors of ten volunteer members, receives requests from the CSSS des Collines for purchase of equipment but also for further needs related to improving services. In order to fulfill these requests, the Foundation solicits donations, recruits members and organizes fund raising activities to help the CSSS des Collines continue to provide users with services of the highest quality.
819.459.1112.2700  • 

Eco Echo

Eco Echo provides communities throughout the Gatineau and Ottawa area with exceptional learning opportunities to care for the natural environment and practice sustainable living. Eco Echo seeks active partnerships with the private, public and third sectors, forging collaborations that result in sustainable solutions and programmes. Eco Echo serves as an outdoor campus to engage talents of our young people, using a cross-generational and cross-cultural approach that supports strong rural values.
819.459.1128  • 

Eco La Pêche

Citizen action for sustainable development in Wakefield and La Pêche - Citoyens en faveur de développement durable pour Wakefield et La Pêche

First Wakefield Scouts

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and young adults ages 5 to 26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada. Scouts have been active in Wakefield for over 50 years, providing area youth with outdoor fun and opportunities to play a constructive role in the Wakefield community. Scout meetings are held at Church of the Good Shepherd, 693 Riverside Drive, Wakefield. For more info: Beaver (5 to 7 yrs) – Tuesday, 6:30 pm (Judi, 819-459-3864) Cubs (8 to 10 yrs) - Wednesday, 6:30 pm (John, 459-1869) Scouts (11 to 13yrs) - Monday, 6:45 pm (Alanna, 819-459-2451) Venturers (13 to 15yrs) - Every 2nd Thursday, 7:00 pm (Stephen, 819-456-2914)


Friends of the Gatineau River (FOG) is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization committed to the conservation of the Gatineau River and its watershed. FOG conducts water quality tests of the Gatineau River as a public service with support from the municipalities of La Pêche, Cantley and Chelsea and clubs and associations that use the river for recreational purposes.

Friends of Gatineau Park - Amis du parc de la Gatineau

Working cooperatively with NCC management at Gatineau Park, the Friends, a registered charity, foster understanding, appreciation, enjoyment and stewardship of the Park’s natural and human heritage. We do so by providing group interpretation sessions and/or outings to schools, organizations or individuals; hands-on participation, educational material and research grants. These compliment the activities undertaken by the Park’s management.
819.827.3113  • 

Friends of the Steam Train

Show your support for the Steam Train! The HCW Steam Train is inseparable from the cultural heritage of the Outaouais. The HCW Steam Train, as an international attraction, provides employment for our communities. It offers the prospect of economic spinoffs, by way of investment in our local economy, and downstream tax revenues in the millions of dollars. We appreciate the determination of our municipal, regional, provincial and federal politicians to save the steam train.

Friends of the Wakefield Library

FoWL exists to support the library by holding fundraisers and doing outreach and advocacy with the community. You are welcome to join in the fun of supporting such a fine organization as our library is!

Marché Wakefield Market

Marché Wakefield Market 2012 is the market’s 15th year,“the oldest and best market in the Outaouais” "THE OLDEST and BEST MARKET in the Outaouais!" 2012 marks our 15th year in business bringing a sense of community to our village!!! The Wakefield Market is situated in the heart of picturesque Wakefield, Quebec, Canada. Only moments from downtown Ottawa, this is a popular destination for tourists & locals alike wanting to indulge themselves with fresh produce & crafts created by local vendors and artisans.. The market is a wonderful place to meet friends, old and new, be entertained by musicians & shop in a relaxed environment knowing that what you are purchasing is direct from local farms in the area or handmade by the artist or baker you are speaking with.
831 chemin RiversideWakefield, QC

Outaouais Health and Social Services Network

The OHSSN provides regional health and social services information and referrals and promotes research and knowledge dissemnination on the needs of the English speaking community.
2 chemin MillarHull, QC
819.777.3206  • 

Quebec Association for Independant Living

QUAIL is a non-profit association created in 1993 to care for developmentally challenged adults. Our goal is to provide a home for life, or for as long as our residents wish to remain at QUAIL House and their health permits we can offer adequate care. The services we provide include food and lodging, personal assistance, psycho-social adaptation and community integration. We strive to protect and enhance our residents' welfare, defend and promote their rights, and encourage greater social integration, using all available resources in the community. Since 1994 QUAIL has worked with Pavillon du Parc to place at QUAIL House English-speaking adults from the Outaouais region with developmental disabilities.

Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 214

27 chemin de la LégionWakefield, QC

SOS Wakefield

We are a 200-strong group of concerned citizens of Wakefield, La Pêche, who have assembled together to address rising concerns about several important issues facing the community.

STO Union

STO Union is a production company dedicated to the creation of original contemporary theatre for presentation in Canada and abroad. Founded in 1992, the company produces workshops and full-scale productions, tours internationally, and offers educational programs. Based in the village of Wakefield, Quebec, the company creates contemporary performance, theatre and interdisciplinary work. All productions are original creations : text, design, media and performance style emerge out of a collaborative process.

Ta Da Festival

Ta Da! is a curated theatre festival presenting touring favourites, world premieres, and readings of new scripts from Outaouais writers. Ta Da! will unfold in and around the state-of-the-art Great Hall performance space at the new Wakefield La Pêche Centre –a short walk from the entertainment and fine dining strip on Riverside Drive by the lovely Gatineau River. Ta Da! is produced by Theatre Wakefield – following on the successes of the Piggyback Fringe (2008-2012) and the New Works Project (2010).

The WAY (Wakefield Activities for Youth)

Our motto is Through Youth / For Youth / By Youth. The WAY is a nonprofit organization that operates The Wakefield Youth Centre as a drop-in centre for youth aged 9-17. We recognize youth as citizens with rights and responsibilities, and we believe that youth are able to make a significant contribution to their communities.
38 chemin ValleyWakefield, QC

Theatre Wakefield

Theatre Wakefield emerged from public consultations held by the Wakefield United Church's Outreach Committee and the Wakefield Ensemble in late 2001. Theatre in Wakefield and the region has subsequently become a cherished instrument for community building and change, and a facilitator of understanding and engaging the history, dynamics and challenges of our community. Theatre Wakefield uses theatre as a place of training and learning with special emphasis on involving young people and networking with schools. The Wakefield Players is Theatre Wakefield's “much greater than the sum of the many talented parts” performing group. Theatre Wakefield is a member of the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals as manager of the Piggy Back Fringe the last week of June in downtown Wakefield.
38 chemin ValleyWakefield, QC


Wakefest is an all-arts festival celebrating our local artists, performers and creators, allowing them to come together and fuse their talents with other artists from other parts of Canada and beyond. Wakefest aims to inspire everyone in our community to engage creatively in a supportive atmosphere. Wakefest 2011 takes place August 25th to 28th in Wakefield, Quebec, along and around the banks of the Gatineau River. Music. Literature. Film. Theatre. Dance. Performance. Vernissages. Workshops. Engagement. Join us and help bring the festival to life. Le festival a lieu du jeudi au samedi à Wakefield (Québec) sur les rives et aux abords de la rivière de la Gatineau. Musique, littérature, films, théâtre, danse, représentations, vernissages, ateliers, excitation. Wakefest Coordinators: Elizabeth Logue (Artistic Director), Roberta Bouchard, Martin Comeau, A.M. Gillis, Franziska Heinze and Jessie Pratt.

Wakefield Community Emergency Fund

The efforts of the emergency fund had a humble beginning 3 years ago. A few people recognized the power of giving of this small community and organized occasional events to help out someone in urgent need. The fund got recognized and the need and demand grew. Eventually, the organizers felt that a sustainable fund was required to be in a position to provide immediate assistance to those in need, and avoid fundraising fatigue.

Wakefield Ensemble

Wakefield Ensemble is a formally constituted not-for-profit organization formed in 2002 to - protect the heritage nature of the village; - promote improvements in the physical environment; - encourage socio-cultural activities; - raise funds for village activities; - maintain a dialogue with all levels of government. Wakefield Ensemble is focusing on three core groups of activity: 1. Ongoing maintenance and further development of the Trails System 2.Supporting Wakefield's rich and varied collection of community groups through regular town hall meetings, assistance with information exchange, and any needed volunteer coordination 3.Protecting Wakefield's heritage, promoting sustainable development and special projects to improve the physical environment.

Wakefield Fair Trade Village Committee

Wakefield (La Pêche) has now achieved proud status as an officially certified “Fair Trade Town” as designated by TransFair Canada. Wakefield (La Pêche) est fière d'annoncer qu'elle a obtenu la certification officielle de « Village équitable » par TransFair Canada.
819.459.4452  • 

Wakefield Grannies

The Wakefield Grannies are a group of women in Wakefield, Quebec who joined together in the fall of 2004 with the idea of supporting emotionally and financially the efforts of grandmothers in South Africa caring for AIDS orphans.

Wakefield La Pêche Community Centre Cooperative

38 chemin ValleyWakefield, QC
819.459.2025  • 

Wakefield Recreation Association

Local group dedicated to operating volunteer created recreation facilities.
38 chemin ValleyWakefield, QC
819.459.2025  • 

WIFF: Wakefield International Film Festival

We believe people should have more opportunities to see documentaries in the shared experience of an audience. We want to develop new outlets for independent filmmakers. We want to develop a documentary audience for the 200-seat theatre that will be part of the new community centre we are building. Maverick Oscar winner Budge Crawley pioneered independent film-making in these Hills.
38 chemin ValleyWakefield, QC

Youth Welfare Association of Rupert

The Rupert Community Centre, located in beautiful downtown Rupert, offers a large space for all kinds of events and activities, an outdoor skating rink, a fully equipped kitchen and a stage. Owned and operated by the Youth Welfare Association of Rupert, a non-profit organization, the Rupert Community Centre is available for rent by community members for their events and activities including birthday parties, yoga and dance classes, association meetings, weddings and other types of celebrations. Money raised by the organization helps to maintain the establishment and improve the quality of the services it can offer, in addition, money generated is distributed to other charitable organizations in the community. The Rupert Community Centre is also home to many great community events, including the Rupert Winter Carnival and Ray Thompson Hockey Tournament and the Gatineau Valley Horse and Cattle Association's Fall Fair.
24 chemin ShouldiceRupert, QC

Post Office

35 chemin ValleyWakefield, QC
819.459.2832  • 

Church of the Good Shepherd

In 1870, land for a church in Wakefield was obtained from Dame Sarah McTaggart and in two years the Church of the Good Shepherd was built just outside the village. The church was consecrated by the Right Rev. Ashton Oxenden on September 21, 1873. By 1920 a new church of the Good Shepherd, Wakefield was being built to replace the old frame church. The Church of the Good Shepherd is currently part of the parish of Chelsea- Lascelles-Wakefield.
693 chemin RiversideWakefield, QC

Eglise La Pêche

Come and join us for lively worship and a God-inspired message from the Bible each Sunday at 10am. Let the transforming message of Jesus Christ touch your life! If you prefer to meet one-on-one or in a home setting, give us a call; we would love to meet you!
889 chemin RiversideWakefield, QC
819.459.2888  • 

St. Andrews United Church

739 chemin RiversideWakefield, QC