Food quality issues cause concern at RMC


Students are reportedly facing food quality challenges at the Royal Military College. CBC reports that RMC’s dining hall had a rat infestation in the summer of 2022 and was closed in late July 2022 for pest control services. Cadets were fed through a temporary setup during this time. Though the college says that a rat infestation has now been resolved, CBC reports that other issues with food quality—including bug sightings, raw meat and spoiled fruit being served, and other issues—have been reported and posted by students to a Facebook page. RMC acting director of support services Maj. Cindy McLeod said that students can report issues anonymously by scanning QR codes that are posted throughout the dining hall. “I appreciate all the comments,” said McLeod. “We are trying our very best to do better.”