Royal Military College of Canada

LCol Popov and NCdt Reid

Harrier Race

On Wednesday 10 September, the Cadet Wing gathered on the Parade Square to recognize the top runners in the 2014 Harrier Race.

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OCdt Ann Lee at the Costa Rica Open

OCdt Ann Lee

Congratulations to OCdt Ann Lee (26995) who competed at the Costa Rica Open Taekwondo tournament last weekend. This was OCdt Lee’s first international level competition and she raised the bar with her performance earning a silver medal. OCdt Lee was only 0.18pts behind the gold medal winner from Costa Rica.

This result has OCdt Lee ranked 2nd in Canada and gives her a chance to be selected to Team Canada for the upcoming World Championships. Congrats to OCdt Lee, Head Coach Joel Ridley and the RMC Taekwondo Club with a fantastic result to kick-off their season.

The 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot in the War of 1812, par le major John R. Grodzinski

Commemorating the bicentennial of the war of 1812, Major John R. Grodzinski, a history teacher at the Royal Military College of Canada is releasing a new book in July 2014. Major Grodzinski has been teaching at the college for the past ten years. This book, The 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot in the War of 1812, will be his second book to be published. His primary point of interest in his writing and research is the War of 1812 and how it contributed to Britain’s global cause.

Read more about Major Grodzinski and his work

Historical Walking Tour

The Anglo-Canadian forces here at the Royal Naval Dockyard, Kingston laid down the keel of HMS St. Lawrence on 12 April 1814, and she was launched 156 days later. Come and walk the ground where this glorious ship, the only Royal Navy first-rate ship of the line ever to be launched and operated entirely in fresh water, was built.

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RMC Wall of Honour

Erected in 2009 to honour ex-cadets and others with College numbers who have made extraordinary contributions nationally or internationally in any and all walks of life, and have exhibited the qualities of Truth, Duty and Valour in their lives.

Read more about the Wall of Honour and Biographical information on Honorees

History Conference

Department of History Symposium

Turning Point Year: The British Empire at War in 1917

6-7 November 2014

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News

  • RMCC West Point Exchange Weekend

    Besides being hosts to our American friends from the USMA, the RMC cadets spent the weekend participating in various sports and activities. On Saturday the 25th of January, the cadets held their seasonal Sports Day, which takes place once every semester.

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  • The 78th Annual RMC-West Point Hockey Game

    After a day of vigorously competing in sports and debate with West Point cadets on exchange for the weekend, the Cadet Wing was ready to see the varsity hockey teams of the two institutions clash. Everyone expected that the hockey game would be an exciting spectacle, and they were right.

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  • RMCC Professor Earns IEEE Recognition for Teaching Excellence

    Established by the IEEE (the International Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), the R.A. Fessenden Award, sponsored by Telus, was awarded this year to RMCC’s own Dr. Yahia Antar, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Dr. Antar will be presented with the award’s silver medal and plaque at the banquet of the IEEE Canadian conference which runs from May 5-8 of this year.

    Read more about the IEEE Recognition

Canadian Defence Academy