Our Mission

To engage alumni, and Canadians alike, in donorship and sponsorship activities above and beyond the mandate of the Canadian Forces to preserve and enhance the experience, history, traditions and culture of the Canadian Military Colleges as we grow and develop Canada’s future leaders.

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Impact Stories

Charitable Giving and the Class of 1973 Secretary

The four years I spent at RMC was a life-altering event for me. It just made perfect sense that I should give back to the Institution that has contributed so much to my own personal and professional development over the years.

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25 Years Later: The re-birth of Royal Roads Military College Rugby

Today, more than 65 cadets are on the roster of the varsity rugby program at RMC in Kingston. Public funding for this program only covers the essential expenditures for the first squad, with the balance of the resources for the second team coming from donations to the RMC Foundation and the through volunteer contributions of staff and alumni.

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Recreation Clubs aren’t always about athletics

The Bilingualism Club is a way for me to practice my French in a fun environment outside of SOLET. Each week, we meet on Thursday to play games and converse in French. Before Reading Week, there was a special trip to Quebec City, Quebec. It was an amazing opportunity and lots of fun. The trip was meant to immerse us in the French language and culture. This was something we would not get in Kingston.

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Latest News

UPDATE – CMR ST-JEAN ENTRY CLASS of 1970 … Entry into the Old Brigade Project

50 Years since Prep Camp, for the CMR Entry Class of 1970, arrives in August 2020. No matter how long you were at CMR St-Jean (with attendance or not at Kingston or Royal Roads), 2020 is the year our Class enters the Old Brigade, although we will be celebrating this event in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Upcoming Events

24th Annual Legacy Dinner

The kick off event to Reunion Weekend 2020

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The Senior Staff Mess, 9 Point Frederick Dr
Kingston, Ontario K7K 5G8 Canada
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Reunion Weekend 2020 – First Year Obstacle Course

The RMC obstacle course is the culmination of the First Year Orientation Program (FYOP) and the official entry of the First Year Class into the Cadet Wing.  The obstacle course consists of twelve obstacles representing each of the College’s twelve squadrons.  Each team is called a “flight”, and the skills and comradery acquired over the intense month of training are put to the test.  Cadets compete on behalf of their squadron for points towards the Commandant’s Cup: a yearlong competition for prestige and pride at the College.

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Royal Military College of Canada, 15 Point Frederick Dr
Kingston, ON K7K 7B4 Canada
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