Add Calgary Branch to those hosing special events in December:

Monday 28th December 1900-2300 at the Calgary Garrison Officers’ Mess (Mewata Armoury). Dress is business casual.  Ex Cadets and current cadets attending RMCC and RMCSJ are all invited to attend. For further info – contact Branch president – Tim Toews –  tktoews@gmail.com

Edmonton / Hamilton / Vancouver Island / Nova Scotia Branches All Hosting in December: More info


2013 Ottawa Conference on Defence and Security – 21-22 February

La Conférence d’Ottawa 2013 sur la défense et la sécurité est maintenant ouverte! 21-22 février


Hockey Fans – Mark your calendars…

26 Jan – RMC @ West Point – 7:05 PM; and

27th Annual Carr-Harris Cup – (RMC & Queen’s University) January 31 – at 7:30pm

                  K-Rock Centre in Kingston, Ontario

(More details available in early January…)



Logie Macalister Macdonnell

MACDONNELL, Logie Macalister – Logie, aged 74, died in Kingston General Hospital, December 13th, 2012. He leaves wife Libby, children Jennifer (Blake Paton ), Scarth (Kim), and Harry (Deb), siblings Molly McClung (Peter Fiander), Mickey Hopkins ( John), and Norman (Connie Strang), and grandchildren Betty, Charlotte, Jake, Luke , Lauren, Meg and Ben, and many more relatives and friends. Retired from the Registrar’s Office at Royal Military College, Logie loved Tai Chi, wordplay and brain games, tennis, singing in the choirs of Chalmers, Haliburton and Edith Rankin Churches, and his seven grandchildren. Thank you to Logie’s care team at KGH, especially Emergency C and Connell 9, and also to the PSW’s of Saint Elizabeth. Donations, if desired, may be directed to the Taoist Tai Chi Society 302 Montreal Street Kingston Ontario K7K 3H1 or Edith Rankin Memorial United Church.4080 Bath Road Kingston Ontario K7M 4Y7. Visitation at Edith Rankin Memorial United Church, 4080 Bath Road, Monday 17 December, 2012 at 1 pm, with a Celebration of Life at 2 pm and reception to follow. IN CARE OF SIMPLER TIMES CREMATION SERVICE 613-389-7223 / 613-382-3683 on-line condolences.  Kingston Whig Standard

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