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Commandants house

True or False: The Commandant has always lived in the Commandant’s Residence at RMC. Comment your response and we'll reveal the answer in 2 days!

The Gift of Giving

A group of officer cadets pose with  their donations

RMC officer cadets and training wing staff have sponsored ten families this holiday season, mostly through Project Reinforcements, a local charity. Well done 2 squadron on starting an initiative that has grown to approximately $4,000.00 collected, primarily by the officer cadets, across 8 different squadrons. These funds were used to purchase gifts and gift cards to sponsor ten different families in the Kingston Community for the Holidays.

Thank you Engineers

RMC Commandant with Engineers who can to support the College

As a token of appreciation, the Commandant of RMC presents pins to engineers from outside the local area for their hard work at the College over the last three weeks.

Did You Know: RMC facts

First visit of west point hockey team at rmc feb 1924

DYK? The RMC – USMA International hockey Series is the longest standing international hockey competition with the first game taking place at USMA in Feb. 3 1923 (The Redmen [RMC] won 3-0).

5 Squadron food drive

5 Squadron with their food drive donations

5 Squadron was able to collect 2804 lbs of food and raised $1040 in donations for the Partners in Mission Foodbank! Well done 5 Squadron! Below is what OCdt Brayden MacMaster had to say about their efforts. "The 5 Squadron food drive was an event initiated in the beginning of November to motivate officer cadets to give back to the community. The squadron was divided up into small groups of 6-8 people (By their section) and were challenged to beat each other in total item contributions each week. The competition was aimed at bringing in the most items and these tallies were sent out regularly through the month to maintain the competition. Halfway into the month our Squadron Commander and Petty Officer 1st class offered to have the top contributors over for dinner at their houses and we also allowed for cash donations to be used to buy even more food. By the end of the month, as a squadron we raised just over $1500, some of which went to purchase more food. We then delivered it to the food bank on Wednesday December 6th, with a grand total of 2804 lbs of food and $1040 in cash."

RMC Christmas Concert

RMC band performes christmas concert

Some great photos from OCdt Saulnier of the RMC Christmas Concert on Saturday!

Intramural Military Skills Competition

Congratulations to Division A for their victory during the Intramural Military Skills competition !!!

Division of Continuing Studies 20th Anniversary

"En 2017, la Division des études permanentes du Collège militaire royal du Canada célébre du son 20ème anniversaire..."

All RMC faculty and staff are cordially invited to attend the 20th anniversary celebration of the Division of Continuing Studies that will take place at the Senior Staff Mess on Thursday, November 30th 2017 at 1000hrs. More information is available on the Division of Continuing Studies events page.

Fall Convocation 2017

Fall Convocation Ceremony

Congratulations to all who received their degrees today at RMC and all the best in your future endeavors. 3 cheers for the newest RMC Grads!

Fall Convocation Live Stream

If you are unable to attend the 2017 Fall Convocation being held at RMC this afternoon, you can find instructions on how to view a live stream online on our website!

Thank you Hometown Hockey

The Commandant thank you to Tara

Thank you #hometownhockey for joining RMC this weekend! There are still lots of activities to come including the Rogers Hometown Hockey outdoor viewing party! The evening’s broadcast kicks off with a special pre-game show hosted live on site by MacLean and Slone from the Sportsnet Mobile Studio beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sportsnet and Sportsnet NOW, followed by a showdown between the Edmonton Oilers and Washington Capitals.

Hometown Hockey at RMC

The Commandant and Pincipal or RMC at Hometown Hockey

Join the #hometownhockey fun this afternoon at RMC!

Rogers Hometown Hockey

Rogers hometown hockey at RMC

Rogers #hometownhockey is getting set up for all the activities taking place at RMC this weekend!

The Band of the Royal Military College of Canada

RMC Drummer

Come see the RMC Band perform this Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at Rogers #hometownhockey !

Rogers Hometown Hockey

Célébrons notre communauté. Célébrons nos jeux. Collège militaire royal du Canada

Rogers Hometown Hockey will be on the Parade Square at RMC Remembrance Day weekend, November 11 and 12 The weekend will feature broadcast-host Ron MacLean and Tara Slone, meet-and-greet opportunities with NHL alumni Paul Coffey, live local entertainment, engaging activities for the whole family and an appearance from Kingston’s own Don Cherry. The two-day hockey festival begins on Saturday, November 11 at 1 p.m. and will conclude on Sunday evening following the Rogers Hometown Hockey outdoor viewing party. The evening’s broadcast kicks off with a special pre-game show hosted live on site by MacLean and Slone from the Sportsnet Mobile Studio beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sportsnet and Sportsnet NOW, followed by a showdown between the Edmonton Oilers and Washington Capitals. Rogers Hometown Hockey Festival Details: The free hockey-themed weekend will feature games, prize giveaways, fun activities, and live local entertainment for the whole family, including: • Rogers Fan Hub: Showcasing virtual autographs from NHL stars, a hockey-themed Zamboni video game and autograph signings with NHL alumni, to unite fans in their passion for the game. In addition, fans are treated to free hot chocolate on site. • GamePlus: If you are a Rogers customer you can come to the GamePlus desk in the Rogers Fan Hub and redeem exclusive experiences such as meet-and-greets with NHL alumni, autographed merchandise and tours of our Sportsnet Mobile Studio. • Sportsnet Augmented Reality Photo Booth: Fans have the chance to get close to their favourite players through augmented reality technology. Fans can take photos with virtual images of NHL stars, and have the photo emailed directly to their device for social sharing. • The Hockey Circus Show: Come see Paz our world-renowned hockey acrobat! Paz juggles everything from pucks to flaming hockey sticks all while standing on top of a net. It is an experience that the family will never forget. • Scotiabank Community Locker Room: A family-friendly space to engage hockey fans, celebrate the game, and interact with NHL alumni, such as Paul Coffey. Scotiabank will also be donating $15,000 to minor hockey associations in the community. • Dodge Family Zone: Features the famous Stow ’n Go Challenge, a hockey-themed obstacle course. Also, fans have the opportunity to enter a contest to win $5,000 for their local minor hockey association and a 2018 Chrysler Pacifica for their family. All contest entrants will receive a co-branded Dodge and Rogers Hometown Hockey retro toque. • Tim Hortons Ball Hockey Rink presented by Sportsnet: Features pick-up games for the community, including local Timbits Hockey players. • Dr. Oetker Giuseppe Pizzeria: Fans can enjoy a free slice of Giuseppe Pizzeria pizza fresh out of the oven, and play the Find Giuseppe Match Game to win a rooftop experience and other great prizes. • Playmobil Kids Zone: Fans have the chance to face off against friends and family with the PLAYMOBIL NHL Arena and its lineup of NHL figures. In the zone, fans will also be able to enter to win a new NHL playset. • OK Tire Zamboni Pit Stop: Features a pit-crew-like experience where fans have the opportunity to test their tire-hanging skills on a replica Zamboni. • Live Local Entertainment: Live music featured throughout the weekend.

Math Centre is Now Open

math formulae

The Math Centre is now open  Sunday to Thursday’s 1900-2200hrs in Girouard 325.  We offer a relaxing, positive, and judgement-free learning environment. Two qualified tutors are available to assist students without an appointment . Although designed to cater to students taking first-year math courses anyone is welcome.

Game of soccer

5 squadron took on 12 squadron in a friendly game of soccer. Lead by captain, OCdt Curtis Samson, the men and women in maroon, put up an excellent fight, but fell short to Fraser squadron by one 1 goal. The game finished 1-0, and although 5 squadron was a little disappointed, they still managed to have a lot of fun, and are looking forward to bouncing back later on in the season.

RMC's got talent!

Help raise money for the United Way and see the talented people that work and study at RMC. The show starts at 19:00 in Currie Hall on Thursday 9 November. Tickets are $10. Contact Mr. Rick Melanson (x6024) for tickets.

RMC Cadets on Parliament Hill

Les étudiants et le personnel du CMR rencontrent le Premier ministre, le ministre de la Défense et d'autres députés et sénateurs

On Wednesday 25 October, students from POE/F 328 including two ALOY students, two US exchange students, and two NEPDP students spent the day on parliament hill. Visits included the Privy Council Office, the House of Commons for Question Period as well as the Senate Chamber. Notable VIPs met that day include the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, the Honourable Harjit Sajjan, Minister of National Defence, Senators Joseph Day and Jane Cordy, as well as Members of Parliament Mark Gerretsen, Jean Rioux, James Bezan, Randall Garrison and Michel Boudrias. Thanks to the RMC Foundation for their support and to Dr. Stéphanie Chouinard for her work in organizing this event.

Student Exchange at USNA

This picture was taken before going aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford. Featured in the photo are OCdt Liam Buckley, NCdt Cameron Moors from RMC, and other foreign exchange students from Spain, France, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Japan, Chile and Singapore.

Canadian Armed Forces Sports Day

RMC leadership on CAF sports day

#CAFSPORTSDAY at RMC, where fitness and sport are key to success!

ALOY attends the Six Nations Veterans Remembrance Day

ALOY participe à la parade du jour du Souvenir des vétérans des six nations

Members of the Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year (ALOY) Squadron attended the Six Nations Veterans Remembrance Day Parade at Ohsweken Veteran’s Park on this weekend. There were many Canadian, American and British aboriginal veterans ‎in attendance. Elder Bernard was the only spiritual leader on the parade. We, at the ALOY Squadron, are proud to have Elder Bernard as our indigenous spiritual leader. His teachings help us to be better men and women in uniform.

2017 Harrier Race

RMC officer cadets and staff start the 2017 Harrier Race

RMC completed its 2017 Harrier Race this weekend! The Harrier Race is a 5 kilometer run that all officer cadets and many staff members competed in each year at RMC.

Women’s Volleyball Finish 4th at Brock Tournament!

Women’s Volleyball Team at RMC

Women’s Volleyball Finish 4th at Brock Tournament! RMC finished with a record of 3 wins and 1 loss at the Brock Tournament on 6-7 October, which included wins over Nipissing, Lakehead and Trent. Kara Stephan played exceptionally well for the Paladins, as she averaged 8 kills per set to help lead RMC to a 4th place finish.

John Bart Awards Dinner 2017

RMC Officer Cadets with Mrs. Bart at the John Bart Awards Dinner

Many of our first year officer cadets were celebrated for their leadership at this year’s John Bart Awards Dinner. More information on the evening provided by e-Veritas: http://bit.ly/2xCmxN6 Photos by: OCdt Louis Saulnier

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