Royal Military College of Canada

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

The museum on Point Frederick

Visit the RMCC Museum

The Museum is located in Fort Frederick on the campus of RMCC and is open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily from the last weekend in June to Labour Day.

Read more about the RMCC Museum

NCdt Hammill

Open House Winner

Congratulations to NCdt Hammill, the grand prize winner of the RMCC Recreation Open House. NCdt Hammill participated in scuba diving and later received a $200 VIA Rail gift certificate. Thank you to VIA Rail for providing the wining prize.

Darren Cates with athletes

2015 Universiades - Cates, Lépine appointed Canadian chefs de mission

Director of Athletics of the Royal Military College of Canada, Mr. Darren Cates, congratulates members of the RMC athletic teams. He has been appointed a Chef de Mission for the appointment of Canada’s chefs de mission and managers for the 2015 Universiades and will lead Team Canada at the 27th winter world university games in Granada, Spain, from February 4 to 14.

Read more about the 2015 Universiades

History Conference

Department of History Symposium

Turning Point Year: The British Empire at War in 1917

6-7 November 2014

Read more about the History Symposium

Les élèves-officiers et autres à la Conférence internationale de simulation de l'OTAN

Research Matters 2014

At the Hill, Stéphanie Bélanger represented RMCC at the COU event “Research Matters” organized by the Council of Ontario Universities (COU) where the Speaker of the Chamber of communes was welcoming Researchers from Ontario universities, as well as dozens of MPs and some ministers, including the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of Science and Technology.  Associate Director of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research, co-funded by Queen's and RMCC, Stéphanie informed many about the research needs to better serve those who serve us, inviting them of course to come to our Forum 2014 that will be held in Toronto this coming 24-26 November.

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.

Read more about Cadet Families

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.

    Read more about the RMCC West Point Exchange Weekend

  • 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.

    Read more about the hockey game

  • 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