The OP was the one trying to link the "new" SSF to the FSSF. And yes, I know The Regiment carried the battle honors of 1 CPB...but, we weren't discussing them. We routinely had members of 1 CPB and the FSSF attend our functions.
The idea that the SSF held it's soldiers to a higher PT standard is also false. The SSF had soldiers in all shapes and sizes and completed the same PT tests as other Bdes.
Were there all shapes and sizes in the SSF? Yes, there were. I remember one Navy member walking down the street who's Workdress had to have been made by a tent maker. Those examples were the extreme exception, and not the norm in the SSF.
Actually, having seen the other Bdes, and such, at the time, I would still say the the SSF held its soldiers to a higher standard. Many of today's competitions have their origins in the SSF. Not that they directly were spin offs of SSF competitions, but many were mimicking or outright copies of SSF competitions. There were something like twenty SSF competitions, from March and Shoot, various wpn shoots, Biathlon, 2 X 13, Ironman, etc. The SSF were the first to wear a Bde/formation Patch (on both sleeves in the 70's) and the sense of pride of being in that Bde was, in my opinion, higher than other Bdes.
I may also knock you on your "1 CPB" as it not being a proper abbreviation.
As to the OP trying to link the SSF to the FSSF, then perhaps you should go back and read the history of the SSF. It does indeed link itself back to the FSSF.......as a Bde, not just the CAR, a unit in the formation, who perpetuated their Battle Honours.
If you want, perhaps you can show us all a Brigade that holds Battle Honours, to justify your stand. To the best of my knowledge, in the CF, it is the Units within the Bde who hold Battle Honours, not the Bde.