Royal Military College of Canada

The Aeronautical Engineering Class of 2015

Best wishes

The Aeronautical Engineering
Class of 2015
would like to wish everyone a festive and happy holiday season on behalf of the Royal Military College of Canada

The RMCC Band

The Annual RMCC Christmas Concert is a spectacular evening and a great occasion for the musicians of RMCC to showcase their considerable talents. It is held each year in late November to raise money for the local United Way.

Dr. Alice Aiken,  Mr. Michael Burns,  the honorable Rona Ambrose,   Dr. Richard Reznick, Dr. Jitender Sareen,  LCol Dan Harris and Dr. Stéphanie Bélanger

The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research Forum

The Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR) Forum that was held in Toronto this past 24-26 November was a success.

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Old Bill & Alfie

"Old Bill & Alfie"

Old Bill and Alfie were two of the memorable cartoon characters created during the First World War by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Despite all the horrors of war it is perhaps fitting that one of the enduring Great War memorials to be found at the Royal Military College consists of the bosses (gargoyle-like heads) of two cartoon figures which were placed over a side door of Yeo Hall. Today they remain as symbols not of loss and grief but of the indomitable human spirit.

Read more about these historic cartoon characters

News

  • Women’s Volleyball Team Wins Again

    The women`s volleyball team earned their second win of the regular season, defeating Nipissing in four sets on Saturday, November 29th. Nicole Behnke and Delanie Chang tied for the team lead with 17 kills, while setter Cassidy Chang recorded 44 assists.

  • Women’s Volleyball Team Wins

    The women`s volleyball team earned their first victory of the regular season, defeating Brock in five sets on Friday, November 21st. Nicole Behnke and Danielle Vortisch led the way with 25 and 21 kills respectively, while setter Cassidy Chang recorded 54 assists.

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