historic Regimental Association celebrating
78th Highland Regiment (Fraser's)
The Honourable Simon Fraser Lord Lovat
25th Chief of Clan Fraser of Lovat - Colonel
Historic Scottish Heritage
Splendid British Tradition
proud history and romantic traditions of the 78th Highland
Regiment ("The Fraser's")
are celebrated by the members of today's 78th Fraser Highlanders!
The 78th Frasers proudly employ our
cannon and muskets at
Highland Games and other events.
Click on a picture to view a demonstration of the
"Fort Fraser Garrison "
is constituted as a military historical society,
dedicated to preserving the memory and story of
the Regiment, and "The 78th Fraser Highlanders
Association of Vancouver" operates as a
duly registered charitable organisation supporting
in British Columbia
We welcome your generous tax receiptable donation!
A tax receipt for generous donations over $20.00
will be issued. CRA
Fraser Highlanders' Charity Supporting Youth Programmes
Mark Dwor giving our cheque to the Vancouver Heritage
Fairs for $600. The Fair encourage students in Vancouver
schools to take an interest in Canadian history in
Vancouver Heritage Fairs where Grade 7 students in
Vancouver are inspired to study and write about Canadian
history. The students then create presentations and
projects similar to a school science fair. The presentation
and project highlights their chosen aspect of Canadian
history or culture and present their project to their
classmates, parents and community.
to the essay winners of the 78th Fraser Highlanders'
Julia Gabriel won 1st place for her essay "Why
not go to Hudson's Bay Country" with Mr. Keith
Wise winning 2nd place for his essay "Race in
the Atlantic World:Scottish Enlightment Views On Race
and their Influence at Home and Abroad". The
competition was open to students of SFU HIS 448 overseen
by Director of SFU Scottish Studies Dr. Katie McCullough.
PhD. The 78th Frasers have proudly been great supporters
of SFU Scottish Studies. Click on the image to view
Dr. McCullough's letter and learn more about Ms. Gabriel
and Mr. Wise.
John Ambulance Cadet Corps
Highlanders donated $300 to the St. John Ambulance
Cadet Corps in New Westminster. to help fund uniforms
and training for the St. John Ambulance Cadet Corps
this month. The Fraser Highlanders Adjutant joined
Hon. Col. Westminster Rgmt Karen Baker-McGrotty of
the Westminster Reg’t with members of the St. John
Cadet Corps. First established in Quebec 1884, St
John Ambulance provides Health and safety training
and volunteer community services
this article about the Frasers in Fraser Valley
with the Frasers! The
Fraser's Drinking Song
Join us on exploring the burial site of
"The Old Fox" Simon Fraser, 11th Lord
at Kirkhill west of Inverness
Mess events are restricted to members and their
guests, please contact us if you would like
to attend a formal dinner evening. please contact
the Adjutant for more information.
would be most pleased to see you where
we will be present at field events!