The Gatineau Satellite Station receives satellite imagery over the eastern part of Canada, the United States and parts of the Atlantic Ocean. To see the extent of the coverage, see our map.
Natural Resources Canada has operated the Gatineau Satellite Station since 1986. At present the station is operational for the following satellites:
The Gatineau Satellite Station is located in Cantley, Quebec. It consists of a main operations building and one S/X band, 13-metre diameter satellite dish antenna.
It will be able to support current and future satellites presently under development including:
The antenna can provide Reception and Telemetry, Tracking and Control (TT&C) services.
For further information, contact:
Robert Gould, Head, Ground Segment and Data Infrastructure (Robert.Gould@canada.ca)
For onsite support, contact Sylvain Brazeau at Sylvain-Brazeau@canada.ca.