This week on the Changing Lives Story Project

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By: 
Jean Macgregor

After last week’s public launch, alumni, faculty, staff, ex-cadets and community members are adding their voices to the Changing Lives Story Project with tales of learning, love – and a little mischief.

Read former RRMC Commandant Dave Bindernagel’s first impression of Royal Roads as a new cadet in 1968, and Doug Kobayashi’s childhood story of sneaking through the Royal Roads gates to fish for trout.

Two couples found love and learning in the BCom program: read VIATeC CEO Dan Gunn’s story and leadership coach Kamara Toffolo’s story to find out how.

School of Humanitarian Studies Assistant Prof. Eva Malisius credits her life-changing experience to the people she has met since coming to Royal Roads, and School of Education and Technology associate faculty member Alice Macgillivray tells how she draws on the strengths of Royal Roads’ leadership program for all of her work.

Catch up on all the new chapters in the Royal Roads story and share your own! We’re all ears.