Ex-Cadets in the News

Army team approach key to ending inappropriate sexual behaviour

15706 Paul Wynnyk

L’approche de l’Équipe de l’Armée, un élément essentiel pour mettre fin aux comportements sexuels inconvenants


Major Maxime Renaud: The best of the best (E)

Le major Maxime Renaud se démarque (F)

23066 Maxime Renaud


Millennial couple want to shed their $300,000 mortgage by age 30

25184 Jeff Campbell

Previous e-Veritas article involving Jeff Campbel:

2012 graduate: 25184 Jeffrey Campbell has this to say to the Cadet Wing


Air detachment flies home after a successful deployment

17529 Sean Williamson

Un détachement aérien rentre au bercail après un déploiement réussi

Read another excellent human interest article on Sean Williamson


11027 Ken Watkin (Class of ’76) recently had his book “Fighting at the Legal Boundaries: Controlling the Use of Force” profiled on the Queen’s University Law School website: “Queen’s Law grad publishes ‘outstanding’ book on contemporary conflict”, http://law.queensu.ca/Queens-Law-grad-publishes-outstanding-book-on-contemporary-armed-conflict.

The ‘outstanding’ reference comes from a recent review for a US national security law website, Lawfare, written by another RMC grad, 6907 William Fenrick (Class of ’66). The review also states “the book’s approach can be regarded as an excellent statement of suggested best practices”, and  is “quite possibly, the most important single-author International Humanitarian Law (IHL) monograph written in many years”: https://www.lawfareblog.com/law-and-conflict-contemporary-practitioner.  In addition, Bill includes his own observations about the challenges facing international law in regulating contemporary conflict gleaned from his service as a naval officer, a military lawyer, a Senior Legal Adviser in the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (1994-2004) and a law professor teaching IHL and international criminal law at the Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University (2005-2011).

For both Ken Watkin and Bill Fenrick their work in international law provides yet another example of the considerable distance travelled, and the fascinating journey that graduates can embark on when they leave the RMC parade square.