About Us

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 535 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. 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!


RCSCC Fraser - Annacis Island Training Quarters circa 1970.


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Marching Band

Our largest team that parades weekly is our band. Cadets have the opportunity to apply their own musical knowledge or learn a new instrument entirely. There is no prior experience required! Band clinics and weekly practices allow cadets to earn their music levels, practice their drill and advance musically. Fraser cadets participate in various parades and during these parades, the band truly gets to shine!

Throughout the year, in addition to refining their skills, the band is consistently working on a creative routine towards the annual Lower Mainland Band Competition. Cadet marching bands of all elements in the Lower Mainland take part in this competition and Fraser is no exception.

Band practice is on Sundays at 1400 to 1600, and Wednesdays at 1800 to 1830.


Drill Team

Drill is one of the foundations of cadets and the drill team aims to master the skill entirely. The drill team explores various drill movements with a precise accuracy that eventually builds up for a compulsory and unique silent routine created by the team members and staff. The drill team heavily relies on teamwork and persistence as every team member is integral to the final product. The team aims to compete in the annual Lower Mainland Drill Competition.