Resilence Plus program launches the ‘Letters Project’

The Letters Project is one of these initiatives. Aiming to connect fourth-years with those just entering, we asked graduating students to write a letter to their first-year selves and then shared these letters with incoming first-years.

Kingston Canadian Film Festival 2022 another resounding success

This excursion allowed students to critically interrogate visual art in various forms and genres: movies, documentaries, shorts, advertising, drama, comedy, horror, and coming-of-age stories. It allows them to develop their intellectual and artistic appreciation for visual storytelling. The films expose students to diverse perspectives on a range of themes salient to their generation and to the Canadian and global imagination.

Athena Network hosts third annual speed networking event thanks to RMC Alumni Association support

This year, RMC Naval and Officer Cadets were given the opportunity to meet and exchange with over 20 past and present CAF members as well as members of the RMC community about a variety of topics including unit climate, resilience, career paths and progression, work/life balance, and life after RMC. The event had a great turnout, and everybody enjoyed having the opportunity to have their questions answered.

RMC Cadets Return to Campus

For the first time in nearly two years, the entirety of the RMC student body was on the peninsula. Braving a cold winter’s day, RMC Naval and Officer Cadets attended classes, collected their uniforms, and helped peers who may or may not have forgotten how to find their way around the academic buildings.

RMC Marks Remembrance Day: “Where Canadian soldiers, sailors, and aviators have gone, RMC graduates have led.”/ Le CMR souligne le jour du Souvenir: « Les diplômés du CMR ont mené les soldats, les marins et les aviateurs canadiens là où ils sont allés. »

Courtesy of RMC Public Affairs / Avec l’aimable autorisation des Affaires publiques du CMR Photos & Videos by S1 Lisa Anne Sheppard / Photos et vidéos de S1 Lisa Anne Sheppard  Where Canadian soldiers, sailors, and aviators have gone, RMC graduates have led. From Canada’s earliest conflicts to our most recent efforts during the COVID-19…

Meet G3841 Commodore Josée Kurtz, New Commandant of RMC / Rencontrez le commodore Josée Kurtz G3841, nouveau commandant du CMR

Incoming RMC Commandant G3841 Commodore Josée Kurtz recently sat down with eVeritas Editor 25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt to talk all things navy, leadership, and Kingston. Read on for more! Le nouveau commandant du CMR, G3841 le commodore Josée Kurtz, a récemment rencontré 25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt, rédactrice en chef d’eVeritas, pour parler de tout ce qui concerne…

Royal Military College Nuclear Research Reactor refueled safely and successfully / Le réacteur de recherche nucléaire du Collège militaire royal est ravitaillé en toute sécurité et avec succès

News Release September 23, 2021 – Kingston, Ont. – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces Photos by S1 Lisa Sheppard Between August 16 and September 15, 2021, in coordination with Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, a refueling was conducted for the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC)’s Safe LOW-POwer Kritical Experiment (SLOWPOKE) reactor. As part of this…

“Unleash it all” – Class of 2025 Proves COVID Restrictions Can’t Stop Them on Obstacle Course / « Donnez tout » – La classe de 2025 prouve que les restrictions liées à la COVID-19 ne peuvent pas les arrêter face à la course à obstacles

Video credit to / Crédit vidéo à MCpl / Cplc Eric Girard, Cpl Mark Wanzel, Cpl Borden Webb-Brown, Wyatt Brooks Photos by S1 Lisa Anne Sheppard with MCpl Rod Doucet, RMC Public Affairs Article by 25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt  (Sunday, September 19, 2021) “Is it still Reunion Weekend if there no in-person reunions?” That was the…

“This is only the beginning” – Class of 2025 Officially Joins the Wing / « Ce n’est que le début » – La promotion de 2025 rejoint officiellement l’escadre

Photos by S1 Lisa Anne Sheppard with MCpl Rod Doucet, RMC Public Affairs Article by 25366 Anna-Michelle Shewfelt  (Sunday, September 19, 2021) Yesterday the Class of 2025 stood where so many have stood before them and received their RMC cap badges to officially join the Cadet Wing. And while the traditions remain the same, the…

Class of 2025 begins academic year with new “4-Pillar Degree” programmes / La promotion 2025 commence l’année académique avec de nouveaux programmes de “Diplôme à 4 piliers”

Courtesy of RMC Public Affairs / Avec l’aimable autorisation des Affaires publiques du CMR Photos by S1 Lisa Anne Sheppard, RMC Public Affairs / Affaires publiques du CMR (Wednesday, September 8, 2021) September 7, 2021 marked the first day of classes (remotely delivered) for undergraduate students for academic year 21/22. Of more historical importance, September…

RMC Welcomes the Class of 2025 / RMC accueille la promotion 2025

Welcome to First Year! In the last two weeks, the members of the Class of ’25 have completed their Military Indoctrination Period, where they learned about: CAF Rank and Command Structure; Dress and Deportment; Profession of Arms; Defence Ethics; Harmful & Inappropriate Sexual Behaviour Awareness and Prevention; Suicide Awareness; and Mental Resiliency Training. Today, the…

RMC Welcomes ALOY 2021 Students / Le CMR accueille les étudiants du PILA 2021

Welcome to #RMC! #TruthDutyValour ! The 18 Aboriginal Leadership Opportunity Year (ALOY) 2021 students received today at RMC their Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) cap badges. This marks the completion of their orientation program, and officially welcomes them to the CAF and the RMC Family. ALOY is a unique one-year program designed to provide students of…

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