The Buhlers family lived for six very happy years in what is now the guard house on the Royal Roads property from 1951 to 1957.
I felt like a princess, as I would walk the grounds on my lunch/coffee break and watched the handsome young cadets training.
I was among the first army cadets to be welcomed to the Canadian Services College Royal Roads in September 1948.
I've had many life milestones at Royal Roads
We danced, talked, and laughed and at the end of the night, I gave him my phone number on a napkin written in eyeliner.
The Royal Roads experience is at the top of my list in terms of what we were able to achieve, the memories and the relationships that continue.
The actions of these students from their military experience at the time will forever be a reminder of the city's proud military heritage.
Royal Roads is truly like a live storybook in our backyard!
As a child of nine, I “attended” Royal Roads, not as a cadet but as the son of the Commandant.
When I was a kid, my friends and I used to sneak into Royal Roads through the back gates and walk along the beach and fish in the ponds.
My first impression of Royal Roads goes back to when I was a teenager.
Royal Roads was a great place to grow up. We had 600 acres to play on - we liked to tease the bull in the field and explore the Japanese gardens.
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