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Inner Clubs

Members of the Institute have long organized themselves into recreational and sports circles to cater to all tastes and interests. The Inner Clubs are self-supporting and charge separate fees. Here is where you will find the latest news about them.
 


Outdoors Club

The Outdoors Club has a number of unique activities. Ice fishing, trout fishing, flycasting and sailing and dining at the Royal Canadian Yacht Club are regular events, as are the Christmas luncheon and the Annual Game Dinner in the Spring. Deer and pheasant hunting and miscellaneous  fishing expeditions and “fly-ins” to various Northern Ontario Lakes are also planned when interest arises.

Contact: John Thompson
johnecthompson@rogers.com
 



Pistol Club

For over 60 years, the RCMI's Pistol Club has provided members the opportunity to practice the art of pistol shooting.  Unique among Ontario's pistol clubs in their authorization to use both military and civilian ranges, RCMI Pistol Club members shoot once a month, year round. You do not have to have any experience. The Club will take   you through the regulatory courses and requirements, educate you on safety, and welcome you to one of the most Club collegial groups within the Royal Canadian Military Institute. If you have an interest in pistol shooting, this is the place to start. There is a nominal annual fee and an annual dinner.

Contact: Maj Howard Michitsch
pistolclub@rcmi.org

For Pistol Club News Letter: Click Here



Golf Club

The RCMI Golf Club has been in existence for a number of years. The season starts in May with an opening season tournament and dinner, and concludes with a season ending tournament and dinner in late September. While having no 'home course,' the Club organizes and conducts its own events in and around the Toronto area and participates in a 'round robin' of tournaments with Canadian Forces Base Borden and Trenton. (The Circled Pines Golf Club located at CFBB is a hidden gem - both in terms of layout, condition and the green fee.)

Contact: Capt. Greg Paterson
patersongreg@hotmail.com
 


 

Curling Club

The RCMI Curling club continues to conduct curling bonspiels and provide an opportunity for Institute members to participate with family members in curling competitions. The RCMI Curling Club will provide instruction and training in curling and any member who wishes to learn and/or continue to improve their curling skills is encouraged to join the RCMI Curling Club. There are no joining fees, members pay as they play and are able to participate in overnight and weekend bonspiels as they are offered.
The RCMI Curling club continues to conduct curling bonspiels and provide an opportunity for Institute members to participate with family members in curling competitions. The RCMI Curling Club will provide instruction and training in curling and any member who wishes to learn and/or continue to improve their curling skills is encouraged to join the RCMI Curling Club. There are no joining fees, members pay as they play and are able to participate in overnight and weekend bonspiels as they are offered.

RCMI curling is currently conducted at the Weston Golf and Country Club, and competition includes teams from the Officers' Mess of both Base Borden and CFB Trenton, as well as events with the Toronto Police Services. Anyone interested in participating, please contact the President of the RCMI Curling Club.

Contact: David Mezzabotta
mezzabotta@sympatico.ca