The Class of 1962 has done it again, adding another classmate to the list of Board of Governor donors (Lifetime donations of $1 million or more). With this recent donation, the Class now exceeds over $4.8 million in cumulative class giving.
We valued this experience, as it was an opportunity for us to become better prepared to face the obstacles that will eventually arise in our careers after graduation. Despite the expected generational differences, these obstacles are quite similar to what they were thirty or forty years ago.
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. Our Class has created a fund, Fonds du CMR Saint-Jean 1970-1975 Fund, to give something back to the College where we started our adult lives.
The RMC Music Program has been an integral part of the college’s history and heritage since it was stood up in 1953. It brings the pomp and circumstance to parades, regimental traditions to mess dinners, diversified entertainment at major concerts and events, and last year the cadets elevated their performance to a new standard of excellence at all 33 events they supported.
For the 2018/2019 school year, the CMR Saint-Jean Band was comprised of fifteen officer cadets. Musical instruction was conducted weekly by Mr. Philip Rempel during the fall and winter sessions at CMR Saint-Jean. The Band contributes to the general well-being of officer cadets while fostering their interest in music and allowing them opportunities to play […]
The Oak tree planted here commemorates those Graduates of the Royal Military College of Canada who served at the Battle of Vimy Ridge (9-12 April 1917). Their contribution was significant – RMC graduates provided nearly 23% of the Commanders and Staff of the Canadian Corps at the time of the battle. At 5:30 in the […]
This year was the 45th Annual Broomball tournament at the Royal Military College Saint-Jean. For Officer Cadets, this tournament is an opportunity to put their studies aside for a weekend and have fun. In addition, this tournament promotes the development of team spirit, competitive spirit, and strengthens the bonds Cadets have with other Ex-Cadets. For […]
The RMC History Department embarks on the Annual Battlefield Tour over reading week each February. This tour, established in 2003, and almost exclusively funded through donations to the RMC Foundation since 2004, allows Cadets to tour First and Second World War Canadian Battlefields in France and Belgium. Since 2003 this tour has become a major […]