71st Annual Ceremonial Review and Change of Command

Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Fraser will host its 71st Annual Ceremonial Review on Sunday, June 9 at the Annacis Island Training Quarters. The event will also be the change of command between Lt(N) Megan St. Hilaire and Lt(N) Bryan Watson. 

Guests are invited to join us to celebrate the conclusion of a successful training year. The officers are looking forward to this year's award presentations, as we recognize the contributions and achievements of our cadets. 

Stand Down

RCSCC FRASER will not be training on Thursday, June 21 as cadets ranked PO2 and above will be meeting with the officers regarding the next training year. The meeting will commence at 1900. 

Fraser Lipdub

The cadets of RCSCC FRASER put some creative talent to work this past weekend and created our first ever Lipdub!  Thanks to PO1 Tsang and PO2 Liu who put great effort into seeing this project through to completion. We look forward to more fun projects next year.

Moving to Wednesday Nights

RCSCC Fraser is exploring the posibility of moving to Wednesday Nights for regular parade. Please click here for more information and to give your feedback on this change. Parents and cadets are requested to fill out the survey included at the link. 

Operation Killer Whale

25 Cadets of RCSCC Fraser travelled to Victoria, BC last weekend for an adventure in our provincial capital city. An early start in Tsawwassen gave us most of the day to explore the Coast Guard's Marine Communications and Traffic Service (MCTS), see Tornado Alley at the IMAX and have an educational tour of the Legislative Assembly buildings downtown Victoria. 

High School Credits

Did you know that you can get high school credits for your membership in the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets? You may apply to receive four credits per year for grades 10-12 having satisfied the following criteria:

a. UXCA 10 (Cadet 10) – Successfully complete Phase III training or a six-week summer trade group or specialty summer training course;
b. UXCA 11 (Cadet 11) – Successfully complete Phase IV training or a six-week summer trade group or specialty training course or staff cadet; and
c. UXCA 12 (Cadet 12) – Successfully complete Phase V or successfully complete a six-week summer trade group or specialty training course or staff cadet.

This is what it's all about!

Cadets from RCSCC Fraser hit the waves of English Bay this weekend. Sailing Echo class dinghys, cadets are earning their Canadian Yaching Association "White Sail" level 1 & 2. Sail training is free to all cadets and is a highlight of the Sea Cadet program. Keep up the good  work Raiders! 

 For more pictures taken on Saturday, please visit our Facebook page.

New Zealand Exchange

A FAQ sheet was sent home on 15 Mar 12 regarding the NZ Exchange to help answer some questions that have been received. The FAQ is at the following link:

RCSCC Fraser

Founded in 1942, Fraser has served the communities of New Westminster, Burnaby and Delta for 70 years. The aim of the program is to instil attributes of positive Canadian Citizenship, physical fitness and leadership in youth ages 12-18. We participate in a food drive that donates 2000lbs to the food bank annually, clean up trash and rehabilitate wildlife habitat through events such as Queensweep, participate in Remembrance Day and Battle of the Atlantic parades honouring Canadian veterans, and march in civic parades such as Hyack Festival and chirstmas parades.

School Strike Work Party

With Fraser cadets having a few unexpected days off this week due to the teacher strike, we would like to invite our cadets to join us on Wednesday, March 7 from 0900 to 1500 to help out maintaining our facility.  This time slot is the usual time that the Navy League Branch volunteers are down building and upgrading the buildings and grounds. They could use our help and if you're available, we would love to see you.

Please click this link and let us know if you're coming!