Royal Military College of Canada

Athletes of the week Brooke Blogg and John Livingstone

Men’s rugby team wins regular season finale

The men`s rugby team will just miss out on the OUA playoffs, despite winning their final match of the season by a score of 38-10 at Waterloo on Saturday afternoon.

Athletes of the Week

Brooke Blogg of the women`s soccer team scored all four of her team's goals this past week, including three goals against Queen’s on Sunday.

John Livingston of the men’s hockey team scored four points over the weekend, including a hat trick against Nipissing on Saturday, and now ranks 5th in the OUA in scoring with 8 points (4 goals, 4 assists).

First Nations Elder, Bernard Nelson and the ALOY cadets

ALOY Leadership Exercise 2014

The cadets of the Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year are preparing for their week long leadership exercise. They will be paddling from Smith Fall’s Lock Station to Kingston along the Rideau Canal, going through multiple lock stations. This trip will be both physically and mentally demanding for the cadets as it will be entirely cadet led. As it is a leadership exercise, the trip will give every ALOY cadet an opportunity to demonstrate their leadership skills as they lead legs of the trip.

Learn more about the ALOY Leadership Exercise 2014

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.

Read more about the Harrier Race

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.

Read more about the Walking Tour

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

Read more about the History Symposium

News

  • Close games highlight this past weekend for RMCC varsity teams

    The men`s rugby team missed out on an opportunity to clinch an OUA playoff position, as they lost by a score of 17-16 at Wilfrid Laurier on Friday afternoon. 

    The men’s soccer team lost a 2-0 decision to Toronto on Saturday, while the women’s soccer team lost a heart-breaking match to Ryerson on Sunday by a score of 2-1, with the winning goal being scored in extra time.

  • Harrier Race 2014

    26972 OCdt (II) Chantel Fortier and 26314 OCdt (IV) Samantha McDermott chronicles the Harrier Race and Sports weekend which took place 6-7 September, 2014 on the RMCC peninsula.

    Read more about the Harrier Race

  • New Members of the RMCC family March through the Memorial Arch

    26549 OCdt (IV) Kai Zhao summarizes the events of the Arch parade.

    Read more about the Memorial Arch

Canadian Defence Academy