We were really excited about being part of something where the focus was on the learner.
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 was among the first army cadets to be welcomed to the Canadian Services College Royal Roads in September 1948.
We danced, talked, and laughed and at the end of the night, I gave him my phone number on a napkin written in eyeliner.
I went from being a high school kid to wearing a uniform, learning how to be part of a team, and how to take orders.
Thank you RRU, for connecting the "people, ideas and experiences to change lives and the world."
The environment contributes to the establishment of strong bonds, and I made many lifelong friends during my time at Royal Roads.
Royal Roads' history is one I appreciate since I served in the military (Seaforth Highlanders of Canada).
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.
You can’t help but be impressed by Royal Roads. The site is just amazing. It’s one of the most beautiful campuses for a university or a college.
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.
If the Snowbirds can successfully fly in such a tight formation, what else can we do with our human potential?
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