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Come join us for the first meeting of the RMC chapter of the Canadian Military Colleges Women's Network (CMCWN) - known as the Athena Network.
This will be our first organization meeting.
The Athena Network has the full support of the Canmilcol commandants and chains of command to provide women in the military college system with opportunities to meet and share professional experiences through mentoring and networking activities.Find out more »
The J. Douglas Young Memorial Lecture was established in 1985 through the generosity of the Young family in association with the RMC Foundation. This lecture series honours the memory of 2360 Major Douglas Young who graduated from RMC with distinction as the Senior Officer Cadet of the Class of 1937. Major Young paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving the Royal Canadian Artillery during the Second World War.Find out more »
Dr. Jing Gai of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, winner of the 2019 Class of 1965 Teaching Excellence Award, will be giving her public lecture at 19h00 on Monday, 28 October 2019 in Currie Hall. The title of the Talk is “Math is fun? Sometimes!” and will be given in English.Find out more »
The next Fall Convocation at the Royal Military College of Canada will be held on Friday, 15 Nov 2019 and will commence at 1400 hrs in Currie Hall, Currie Bldg.Find out more »
Public Lecture – Monday, 25 November 2019. You are invited to celebrate the 2019 Cowan Prize for Excellence in ResearchFind out more »
You are invited to attend as we put the musical talents of the RMC Pipes, Drums, Band, Choir and Highland Dance on display. There is no cost to attend the concert, parking is available on the parade square, and there is a reception following the performance.Find out more »
The longest-running international hockey series returns to the Leon’s Centre on January 18, 2020. Royal Military College in Kingston and the United States Military Academy at West Point in New York will meet for bragging rights between the world’s elite military academies. The game marks the 84th edition of the military school rivalry. The two teams began competing against one another in 1923.Find out more »
The Carr-Harris Challenge Cup was initiated in 1986 by the International Hockey Hall of Fame in celebration of the hockey rivalry between Queen’s and Royal Military College which dates back to 1886. The rivalry is the longest in the world on record.Find out more »
After a successful first year of competition, and crowning our first Class Champion the Class of 1970, we welcome all classes back to participate again this year.Find out more »
The Annual General Meeting of the Royal Military Colleges Foundation will take place on Friday 25 September 2020, 1300 hours by Zoom call.Find out more »