Commanding Officer's blog

Tagging Sign Up for April 4, 5 & 6

Sign up for tagging for April 4-6 is now open. 

All cadets of all ranks sign up for at least one shift. 

Those who are sailing that weekend are advised to sign up for shifts on Friday April 4.

Shift timing and locations are on the sign up sheet. Please check the link for the available shifts

Please click here to sign up

Note: only sign up in the grey boxes

New Zealand Exchange

This section will have information regarding the upcoming New Zealand Exchange. It will be updated with more activities your cadets can take part in as we get closer. 

-Wednesday, May 14 Potluck Signup

A welcome potluck dinner will be held Wednesday 14 May. All parents and family members in addition to our cadets are invited. Please bring a dish to share that will feed 10 guests. 

Potluck Signup is here

Thursday, May 15  Sports Night

637 Arrow Squadron is hosting us for a sports night with the NZ cadets. Drivers are needed to move the cadets from AITQ to Nelson Elementary School 4850 Irmin Street Burnaby.

Meet at AITQ at 1730.  Pickup at 637 Squadron at 2115 and return to AITQ.  If you are unable to drive cadets, please just meet at the squadron at 1815. 

Sports night and carpooling signup is here

Fri&Sat 16-17 May Op Discovery

Join us aboard HMCS Discovery for an overnight stay, ship and harbour tour. On Saturday, we will travel to Playland and then visit the Richmond Night Market.  We need help driving cadets from Richmond back to AITQ after the event.

1830 Arrival at HMCS Discovery 16 May (sleeping bags & air matresses required)

$22.00 due to the CO if you're coming to Playland NLT 14 May.

Help required driving cadets from Richmond Night Market at 2030.

Op Discovery Signup is here 

19-21 May Op Victoria Bound 

The warning order and sign up are found on the warning orders page here

$30 for the ferry is due NLT 30 Apr 14. 

22 May Richmond Extreme Airpark

We’re visiting the Richmond Air Park for a sports night. Canadian cadets’ costs will be covered by the fitness credit. We will require drivers to bring the NZ cadets back to AITQ from Richmond after the event and your assistance is requested.

If you are available to move the NZ cadets from BCIT Aerospace 3800 Cessna Drive, Richmond to the Airpark, please meet at BCIT @ 1730.

Airpark & Carpooling signup is here

23 May to 25 May Billeting 

We need help housing our visitors for one weekend. Pickup from AITQ Friday evening around supper, bring them and your cadet to the Hyack parade at 8th and 8th Saturday morning, help get them to the Tri Service Cadet Ball (meeting at Annacis or by bringing them to HMCS Discovery), and then back to AITQ Sunday morning. Exact timings to follow 

Sign up here


Join Sea Cadets


The General Training Weekend being held 4-6 Oct will have a potluck for all cadets, parents and family members of the corps at 6:30pm.  Please sign up to bring a dish and have some fun.

 The warning order for the weekend is posted here

Potluck sign up is here. 

See you Friday! 

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.