Royal Military College of Canada

Officer Cadet Matthew White-Crepeau, his wife, Tania-Marie son Kain and daughter Nikita-Marie.

RMCC Officer Cadets Juggle Academics, Training and Parenthood

Officer Cadets of the Royal Military College of Canada have a great deal of responsibility. They shoulder the leadership roles of the Cadet Wing, military training, athletic training and learning a second language. Though they are a minority, a handful of officer cadets shoulder additional responsibilities as spouses and parents.

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OCdt Mallory Litjens

International Womens Day at RMCC

Reflections of an outstanding female cadet

A lot of progress has been done at RMCC since 1980, the first year that women were accepted at the college.

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Poster: We the people Oppose the Surveillance State and say, Thank-you! No!

Winter Term 2014 – Political Science Workshop:
Intelligence Gathering in Democracies: A Balance between Rights and Requirements

10 March 2014; 1800-2100 hrs; Massey 7;


  • Mr. John Adams MGen (Ret’d), Former Head of Communications Security Establishment Canada
  • Chief Superintendent Mike Armstrong, Commander, Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau, Ontario Provincial Police
  • OCdt White Crépeau
  • OCdt Marshall

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RMC Green Team

The RMC Green Team:

Making a Difference within the Canadian Armed Forces, Department of National Defence and Beyond

RMC Green Team serves to marry up the resources and expertise at RMC (and associated networks) with the very real needs and requirements of the CAF, DND and other Federal Government agencies.  RMC Green Team provides the Canadian Armed Forces and DND with expert solutions, with excellent results, in a timely manner.

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Brigadier-General Alexander Meinzinger, Scott McDonald, Alex Pym, Barb Harpell, and Colin Cook

Men’s Hockey Team Wins Carr-Harris Cup

The men`s hockey team won their first Carr-Harris Cup since 2007, defeating Queen’s by a score of 2-1 on Thursday evening at the K-Rock Center. Evan DeViller was named Most Valuable Player for RMCC, as he made 52 saves, while Kyle Phillips scored the winning goal with less than three minutes to play in the third period.

John Matheson

Matheson - RMCC bids farewell to the father of our flag

“It was basic heraldry. White and red is considered the most powerful combination in heraldry. That’s why the Canadian flag has the brightest red and the starkest white. It had to be that way.”

Those were John Matheson’s words during an interview last June, as he described the colour scheme behind the most iconic accomplishment of his life: our national flag. John Matheson passed on Dec 27, 2013 at the age of 96.

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  • 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.

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Canadian Defence Academy