A graduate of the University of Victoria, JC has been a part of the Canadians organization since 2007.
“JC has proven to be a leader within our organization for the past several years and we know that his skills are a strong fit for this expanded role. He’s from Vancouver and his ties and commitment to our community have already made a strong impression on our organization,” states Canadians President Andy Dunn.
“Being born and raised in Vancouver, I am proud to work with an organization that is committed to our community and puts a focus on fan experience. We have a tremendous staff that has helped us reach new heights and I remain excited to be a part of a team that wants to improve each season,” adds General Manager JC Fraser.
Fraser replaces Jason Takefman who has accepted a position within UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) Canada in Toronto, ON.
The Canadians were proud to promote several staff members on Monday just weeks after being named recipients of the 2013 John H. Johnson President’s Award given to the most ‘complete’ team in Minor League Baseball
Note: Here is a list of all 12 Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club General Managers dating back to 1978: Fred Whitcare (1978); Jack Quinn (1979-82); Stu Kehoe (1983-88); Brent Imlach (1989-97); Gary Arthur (1997-99); Dan Kilgras (2000-01); Jamie Brown (2002); Jason Rowland (2003); Delany Dunn (2005-07); Andrew Seymour (2008-09); Jason Takefman (2010-2013); JC Fraser (current)