A very special thank you to the four Ex Cadets that recently took out a 212 Business Sponsorship for 2014:

7278 Peter Fosberry – Fosbery Insurance Agency;

15737 Bryan Brulotte – MaxSys;

12833 Pierre Lafond – Holonics; and

14019 Edward Gallagher – Patriot Law Group

We look forward to more Ex Cadets (and others) who have a business web site to take out a 212 sponsorship. For more info on sponsorship options – please contact Bill Oliver – at our business e-mail – marketing.everitas@rmc.ca

Caption: 12192 General Tom Lawson, Chief of the Defence Staff, takes questions in front of a screen showing Canada’s support against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant at a technical briefing on Operation IMPACT in Ottawa.

 Six Canadian jets leave for Iraq combat mission on Tuesday


Déclaration du Chef d’état-major de la Défense à la suite d’une réunion avec les partenaires de la coalition – La réunion était axée sur la campagne en cours contre EIIL

Statement by CDS Following Meeting with Coalition Partners – Meeting focussed on the ongoing campaign against ISIL


Ottawa shooting: Canadian Forces ‘will not be deterred’

‘Canadians stand with us in condemning these two hateful attacks,’ says top general



CT-114 Tutor: 50 years of inspirational flight

“The CT-114 Tutor is an ideal aircraft for both pilot instruction and air demonstration,” said 16952 Colonel Alex Day, 15 Wing Moose Jaw Commander.



Trenton’s military community weathers a rough week, but vows to soldier on



Inspector. Thomas Wellington Chalmers: A Royal Military College graduate who joined the North West Mounted Police and was later killed in battle during the Boer War in South Africa. Article

Previous e-Veritas article on RMC Cadet # 99,  Captain Thomas Wellington Chalmers – Entry Year – RMC 1880 Here


Historian travels through time … in his RMCC office

Maj. John Grodzinski (lifetime member, RMC Club), an assistant professor of history at the Royal Military College, has written a new book about a regiment of the British Army from New Brunswick that was in Kingston during the War of 1812.

Read the full Kingston Whig article here