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The Right Hon. Vincent Massey, C.H., Addresses RMC Saint-Jean in 1952

“To learn to know and understand each other…” RH Vincent Massey at the Opening of RMC Saint-Jean Taken from “Speaking of Canada: A selection of speeches, made while in office, of the Right Hon. Vincent Massey, C.H., Governor-General of Canada, 1952-1959,” by Vincent Massey.  We would like to acknowledge with thanks – 3572 MGen (ret) Frank Norman who provided the…

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Deaths | Décès

3625 Colonel (ret) Arthur C WADE – Class of 1956 We received word shortly prior going to press that Art Wade passed away on Saturday, 23 June. Besides his classmates and Ex Cadets from his era, Art will fondly be remembered by Ex Cadets and staff from the Royal Military College of Canada as the Executive Vice President of the…

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In This Issue 25

Above: The RMCC peninsula on a rainy Summer evening. (Photo by: Mike Shewfelt) In This Issue 25: To find an article: copy title into the search bar on the top of the website and press the ‘enter’ key. To search for an individual: type their name into the search bar and press the ‘enter’ key. Coming Soon to a Branch…

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Coming Soon to a Branch Near You

Coming Soon to a Branch Near You 14835 BGen Eric Tremblay, commandant Royal Military College of Canada (RMCC) has been maintaining a hectic pace over the past month or so in visiting various Branches of Ex Cadets and bringing them up-to-date with changes at the college and the way ahead. During this period he has spoken at Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa,…

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Class Notes

‘Class Notes’ has become a highly read part of each publication of e-Veritas. We invite readers of all stripes – Ex cadets; PGs; Continuing Education students; former & current faculty & staff to participate. Simply provide a short update on recent significant life events (job changes, retirement, promotions, changed locations, new family members, personal initiatives within your community, etc.)  A…

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Ex-Cadets in the News

76 Communication Group – Change of Command – June, 2012 By WJO – Photos by: Cpl HJL MacRae 16039 LCol AHJ Schwab assumed command of 76 Communication Group in a change of command ceremony at the Cartier Square Drill Hall, Ottawa June 12th. Schwab relieved 13846 LCol KF Bryski, who has served as commander since June 2010. In his farewell…

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What are these 24 up to these days…?

1. Principal Director at RGK Consulting 2. Canadian Defence Attache – Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Sudan 3. Former Personnel Selection Officer at Canadian Forces 4. Retired in 1999 from Environment Canada; lives on an 8 acre country estate bordering a beautiful and quiet lake where he enjoys his independence 5. Earned Master of Arts, Strategy and Policy –…

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Old Brigade Notes…

OLD BRIGADE NOTES I intend to submit, from time to time, a column with news or notices for members of the Old Brigade. This particular column was prompted by the realization that many of you do not read the Veritas magazine, probably due to lack of time, opportunity or inclination. Also, some of you are not paid-up members of the…

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Fin de semaine des retrouvailles au CMR Saint-Jean 7/9 septembre 2012 / Reunion weekend at RMC Saint-Jean September 7/9, 2012

Fin de semaine des retrouvailles au CMR Saint-Jean  7/9 septembre 2012 La date approche à grands pas. Voici le calendrier des activités : https://skydrive.live.com/view.aspx?cid=FCB383BC58FD639C&resid=FCB383BC58FD639C%21111 Afin de faciliter la planification, on vous demanderai de bien vouloir faire parvenir le formulaire de reservation: https://skydrive.live.com/view.aspx?cid=FCB383BC58FD639C&resid=FCB383BC58FD639C%21110   Reunion weekend at RMC Saint-Jean September 7/9, 2012 The date is fast approaching. Herewith the schedule of…

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The Week That Was…

Above: Dr. Enayatullah Nazari signs the official RMCC guestbook to mark his visit to the College. He is accompanied by, from L-R, Mr. Joseph Doyle, Administrative support; Mr.Mohammad Halimi, Interpreter; Mr. Bill Railer, CDA; Col Battista, Canadian Defence Attache in Afghanistan; Capt (N) (Ret’d) Thomas, Volunteer College Guide – Kingston Branch; LCol Paziuk- SA Principal; Col Cote- CDA; BGen Mark Matheson, Director…

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Spotlight on PSP Staff: Stephane Robert

“…You sure as hell don’t want to wake up at the age of 40 and realize that your life sucks simply because you did what others said you were supposed to do.” 25366 Mike Shewfelt recently had the opportunity to sit down with Stephane Robert, Physical Educator / Curriculum Development Coordinator in RMCC’s Athletic Department.  e-Veritas: Why did you decide…

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RMCC Staff On To Bigger and Better Things

Ex-Cadets Mug Out of RMCC Article and Photos by 25366 Mike Shewfelt  The coming of summer is a bittersweet time for the staff at RMCC. Once the chaos of Grad Week has passed, the thoughts of many turn to postings. June is posting season on the peninsula, as staff members leave the College to open a new chapter in their…

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“Honor Guard”? No, “Guard of Honour”!

A concerned stakeholder has provided the following information. If this could be taken into consideration for parade scripts and articles. “Term “Honor Guard”. This is an American term. In Canada we have Guards of Honour!! The extract below is from the Heritage Canada site, wherein CFAO 61-8, mod 8/84 is quoted as the authority. Other subjects such as gun salutes…

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Careers | Carrières

  Bilingual Product Integration Specialist / Spécialiste de l’implémentation de produits Ceridian Canada, Montreal Software Developers / Développeurs de logiciels Toon Boom Animation Inc., Montreal Electrical Site Engineer / Ingénieur Électrique de chantiers Kelly Services, Quebec City Process Engineer / Ingénieur de Procédé GEA Barr-Rosin, Boisbriand Technical Representative / Représentant Technique Quintal & Associé Consultant RH, Blainville      …

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Flashback: Prince of Wales Visits RMC

Taken from the RMC Review, Vols. 1-2, 1920-21. The Prince of Wales Visit, by #1934 S.W. Williams Perhaps the most important event in the whole College history was the visit of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in October, 1919. It is indeed a great honor to be visited by the heir to the British throne and all that…