Tournoi d’échecs Le Blanc et Noir de Saint-Jean

The Royal Military College Saint-Jean participated in a Chess Tournament on the weekend of the 17th of January 2020. The Royal Military Colleges Foundation generously covered the admission costs for the officer cadets. Thanks to the RMC Foundation, we were able to hold a chess tournament on RMC Saint-Jean grounds, in the Le Saint-Maurice Mess.…

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Préparation aux visites de champs de bataille

Battlefield Tour Gravestones | RMC Foundations

In preparation for this year’s 2020 Mottershead Battlefield tour, I, as well as the rest of the individuals who will be embarking this adventure, have been partaking in multiple activities in order to ready ourselves for what we will see in France and Belgium in two weeks time. Among other activities, the weekly seminars that…

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Des étudiants en génie civil remportent le prix du public

The Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race This past weekend, twelve engineering students participated in the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race design competition in Toronto. Universities from all across Canada traveled to Toronto in order to participate in the competition, which has been going on for 46 years. Undergrad students are required to design a toboggan…

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Le parcours d’une championne

The Journey of a Champion:  Officer Cadet 29199 Hannah Lee and her quest for Gold What makes a Champion? Is it how many hours you log training? Is it a show of your determination? Is it how much you are willing to sacrifice to achieve your goal? Is it your passion for your sport, or…

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Réunion des Redmen du CMR

It is the longest running International Hockey Series in the world. This year was the 84th edition to this historic hockey rivalry.   It is a game of skill, sacrifice, and tradition.  It is a game where Truth, Duty, Valour meets Duty, Honor, Country in a battle of excellence. It was a tense and thrilling 60…

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L’équipe Kilimandjaro du CMR atteint le sommet

After almost 2 years of planning and preparation, a team of 9 OCdts and a MWO from RMC headed to Tanzania to conquer the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, heritage, wonder and highest point in Africa, the one and only: Mt. Kilimanjaro. The tallest point, Uhuru Peak, sitting at 5,895m (19,341ft), was reached by the team at around 6:45am (GMT+3) on 27 December…

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