In This Issue 36

On Wed, September 19th at 7:45pm, join members of the Kingston Historical Society at the Senior Staff Mess for a presentation by 9884 Bob Banks and Kingston archaeologist Sue Bazely. Bob and Sue will describe their research into the age and origins of the Commandant’s House and the Commandant’s Guest House. Tours of the Commandant’s House, led by RMC Museum Curator Emeritus, 8057 Ross McKenzie, will follow the presentation. Thank you to 18777 BGen Sébastien Bouchard and his wife, 19619 Maj (Ret’d) Karine Chayer for opening their house to us for tours.



Photo submitted by Dave McIntosh

In This Issue 36

Welcome Ex Cadets / Families / Friends

Reunion Weekend – 2018

Bienvenue Anciens du Collège / Familles / Amis

Fin de semaine des retrouvailles – 2018

Table of Contents

1. Ex Cadets and More in the News

2. Class of ’22: The Start of an Academic Journey

3. FYOP PT Program Receives Makeover: Education

4. Passing Off the Square: The Great Equalizer

5. 2nd week impressions from the FYOP ‘rooks’

6. Behind the scenes with three of the Top 5

7. Harrier Race & Sports Day Winners, Recspo Activity, & a Surprise Appearance

8. What have ALOY, II, III & IV Years Been Up To

9. What else is happening in and around the peninsula

10. Keeping Tabs

11. Dr. B Asks, “What are you reading?”

12. Darrell Menard: Blood Flow Restricted Training – what’s that?

13. Leadership of Another Type: the Brain Surgeon’s Stand

14. Golden Oldies

15. Deaths / Décès

16. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES – Nos offres d’emploi

17. Archives – Here

18. Paladins Preview: Latest Sports Scores


Book Launch and Reading: Erika Behrisch Elce

Erika Behrisch Elce, Associate Dean of Arts and Associate Professor in the English Department at RMC, will be launching and reading from her book of historical fiction, Lady Franklin of Russell Square.

Wednesday, October 10, 7-9pm

Novel Idea Bookstore, 156 Princess Street, Kingston

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