2981 Andrew (Monte) Moffat (RRMC RMC ’52) in his fourth career as an author has five books in print, published by Keshet Productions of Ottawa.

The books are being distributed from his home in Red Deer [cut out the middle man and keep the cost down!] and may be ordered through:

A.C. Moffat
16 – 4901 Farrell Ave.,
Red Deer, AB.,
T4N 6W2 Or at:

[email protected]

1] “Korea Memories” – a Canadian Gunners experience in the Forgotten War. Not a traditional ‘war story’, but rather the personal reminiscences and experiences, many of which reinforce the idea that our lives are ruled by ‘chance’.

ISBN: 978-0-9739809-0-5
236 pp, 67 photos, b/w, hard back
$30.00 plus $5.00 S&H in Canada – actual postage outside of CanadaEd: We are expecting a “Review of Korea Memories” any day now. A PhD student has volunteered to do it for us and once we receive it – we plan to publish it in e-Veritas.

2] “And The Lambs Were Sure to Follow” – The story of our life among the animals. For those who visited our ranch it will bring back happy memories; for those who did not, you will see what you missed.

ISBN: 978-0-9739809-1-2
194 pp, 22 photos, b/w, soft cover
$20.00 plus $5.00 S&H in Canada – actual postage outside of Canada

3] “My NATO Days” – memories, over-views, and comments about events and personalities encountered during my service with NATO intermittently from 1955 to 1972.

ISBN: 978-0-9739809-2-9
248 pp, b/w, soft cover
$20.00 plus $5.00 S&H in Canada – actual postage outside of Canada

4] “I Laugh, I Cry, I Serve” – identifying stress in EMS workers, and various methods of avoiding or addressing it, based on actual Calls.

ISBN: 978-0-9739809-3-6
160 pp, b/w, soft cover
$20.00 plus $5.00 S&H in Canada – actual postage outside of Canada

5] “I See the Wind” – early years growing up on a Prairie farm in the Great Depression, and attending a one-room, all-Grades country school.

ISBN: 978-0-9739809-4-3
145 pp. b/w, soft cover
$20.00 plus $5.00 S&H in Canada – actual postage outside of Canada


EllisDon has been awarded a $40 million Construction Management contract with the Department of National Defense for the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. They are currently working on a complete upgrade of the mechanical systems throughout the teaching facility, six buildings in total, which includes classrooms and labs. Exterior cladding work, as part of the building envelope, will improve energy performance. One of the challenges of the project is working around the nuclear reactor located at the school. The project is scheduled for completion in June of 2013.


One Comment

  • Marius Grinius #8816 Class of '71

    October 31, 2007 at 11:36 pm

    I was priviledged to receive a copy of Monte Moffat’s book ‘Korean Memories’. As a Gunner, and more recently, as Canada’s Ambassador to both South Korea and North Korea, for three years I have had the honour to meet Canada’s Korean War veterans, including Colonel Moffat, during their annual pilgrimage to Korea and to listen to their Korea stories. ‘Korean Memories’ is a straightforward account not of the glory of war but of its stark humanity. Moffat’s anecdotes are sometimes funny, often moving and always insightful. A good read.

    Marius Grinius
    Class of ’71