About Fraser Sea Cadets

RCSCC FRASER has been dedicated to youth through the development of skills in leadership, physical fitness and citizenship and has served the cities of Delta, Burnaby & New Westminster since 1942. We meet at 555 Derwent Way on Annacis Island. FRASER parades on Wednesday nights from 6:15pm to 9:30pm during school months, with several weekend activities scheduled during the training year. There are no registration fees or dues to join the Cadet Program and all are welcome. Cadets are not a part of the Canadian Forces and there is no expectation to join the military after being a cadet. We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions, comments or would like to join the corps!

We're underway and hope you join us!

Fraser Sea Cadets continues to welcome newcommers throughout the year. Join us on any Wednesday night at 6:15PM to register. 

Some highlights of the coming training year: 

  • We're continuing to grow and aim for 90 cadets on strength by 2016 Annual Ceremonial Review
  • FRASER is continuing its participation in the New Zealand Exchange and will travel there in April, 2016
  • We have a trip planned for Victoria, BC 
  • Our sailors will continue to participate in the local regatta circuit 

We're very proud of our band, and if you're interested in learning or improving on a marching band instrument, FRASER is a great place to be. A/SLt Howe is our band officer, and has a degree in music from Brandon University and provides a fun learning environment while offering theory and practical lessons. 

We look forward to having you come and join us in September! 

Yours Aye,
 
B.A. Watson
Lieutenant(N)
Commanding Officer
RCSCC FRASER
 

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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.

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.

 

As a charitable organization, the Navy League of Canada can provide tax receipts for all donations received. Your support of the cadets of RCSCC Fraser is greatly appreciated!

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Are You 9 - 12 Years Old?

The Navy League Cadet Program is a great place to make friends and do things you wouldn't get to do anywhere else. Visit the JF Williams Navy League website to learn more.