Royal Military College of Canada

RMCC Battlefield Tour 2015

During the RMCC Reading Week, officer and naval cadets, and RMCC professors travelled to the battlefields of France and Belgium, as part of the Battlefield Tour 2015. They visited the great battlefields of the Somme, Vimy Ridge, Ypres, Dieppe, Juno beach, and more, reflecting upon the planning that lead up to the attacks, the leadership present on the battlefield, and the soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice. Read more about the Battlefield Tour

RMCC Cadets take silver at the Canadian Engineering Competition

On March 5th 2015, four second year engineering students from the Royal Military College of Canada, OCdt Andrew Lumley, OCdt Jeremy Billard, OCdt Luke Tamlin and OCdt Simon Ewing, travelled to St. John’s, Newfoundland, to participate in the 2015 Canadian Engineering Competition (CEC). The RMCC cadets were representing not only the College, but the province of Ontario as well at the Competition. This year’s competition was at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Read more about the Engineering Competition

RMCC’s 7th Annual Bike-O-Thon

Royal Military College of Canada hosted its seventh annual Bike-O-Thon on March 6th and 7th to raise funds for the Soldier On program. The 12 RMCC squadrons, as well as a team from RMCSJ, participated in the 24 hour stationary bike race. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the winner this year was determined by squadron as opposed to distance covered. Read more about the Bike-O-Thon


  • Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year – the strength of the Forces is its diversity

    Kingston, Ontario — In metallurgy, an alloy is a material composed of more than one metal. For example, steel is an alloy whose major components are iron and carbon, making it incredibly strong. The strength of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) comes from blending the diversity of its members, including those from Canada’s First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities. Read more Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year

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