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HONOUR
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Table of Contents  
Messages..................................................................................................................4
RoyalProclamation.............................................................................................. 10
Introduction.......................................................................................................... 12
SoldierOnAfghanistanRelay............................................................................. 13
NationalDayofHonourParade......................................................................... 14
MomentofSilence................................................................................................ 14
Fly-By..................................................................................................................... 15
AfghanistanMemorialVigil............................................................................... 17
StaticDisplays ....................................................................................................... 19
Programme............................................................................................................ 20
OurFallen.............................................................................................................. 22

 

Message from His Excellency  
the Right Honourable Governor General and  
Commander-in-Chief of Canada David Johnston  
I invite you to join Sharon and me in recognizing and in honouring those who have
served with such distinction and dedication in Afghanistan. Over the years, the
extraordinary strength, sense of duty and courage of our men and women in uniform
have touched us deeply. And let us not forget their loved ones at home, who made
sacrifces of their own throughout this difcult mission. On behalf of all Canadians, I
thank them all profusely, as commander-in-chief, as governor general and as a proud
Canadian.
National Day
HONOUR
of
AFGHANISTAN

  Message from the Prime Minister of Canada 
the Right Honourable Stephen Harper 
Laureen and I join today in honouring the valour, strength and sacrifces of all those
who served in Afghanistan, including the more than 40,000 Canadian Armed Forces
members. We also thank the families that were their strength back home. Your
collective sacrifces are a worthy chapter in our country’s long and proud history of
fghting for a safer, better world for everyone. We are forever proud and grateful.


Message from the Minister of National Defence 
the Honourable Robert Douglas Nicholson 
I would like to personally thank all Canadian Armed Forces members and their
families, as well as our civilian staf both at home and abroad, for their impeccable hard
work and commitment. Te Government takes great pride in the work of the CAF and
all that you have achieved in Afghanistan; accomplishments which have been earned
from great sacrifce. I believe I can speak for all Canadians when I say how immensely
proud we are of the work accomplished in Afghanistan as you continue to uphold
Canada’s outstanding reputation on the international stage.
National Day
HONOUR
of
AFGHANISTAN


Message from the Chief of Defence Staf  
General Tomas J. Lawson  
Canadian Armed Forces members leave Afghanistan confdent they have helped
Afghans to reclaim their country from terrorism and helped them to provide for
their own security. Te last chapter of our mission in Afghanistan is not yet written
and it will not be for us to write. Tat task will fall to the Afghans themselves. Our
experiences in Afghanistan, built over more than twelve years, have made us even
stronger and they have been woven into the very fabric of the Canadian Armed Forces.
We can look back on our contributions and achievements in Afghanistan with pride,
hard earned and dearly paid, and know that we have made a diference.
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Royal Proclamation  
Proclamation Declaring May 9, 2014 as a “National Day of Honour” 
(Afghanistan Mission) 
DAVIDJOHNSTON
[L.S.]
Canada
ELIZABETHTHESECOND,bytheGraceofGodoftheUnitedKingdom,
CanadaandHerotherRealmsandTerritoriesQUEEN,Headofthe
Commonwealth,DefenderoftheFaith.
TOALLTOWHOMthesepresentsshallcomeorwhomthesamemayinany
wayconcern,
Greeting:
WILLIAMPENTNEY
Deputy Attorney General
APROCLAMATION
WhereasCanadians,bothathomeandabroad,havehonourably,courageously
andloyallyservedCanadabyparticipatingintheAfghanistanmissionfrom2001
to2014;
WhereasMarch31,2014markstheendoftheCanadianmilitarymissionin
Afghanistan;
Whereasthestrengthandcouragedemonstratedbyourmenandwomenin
uniformservingonthebattlefeldandsupportedbypersonnelfromother
governmentdepartmentshaveadvancedthenationalinterestsofCanadainthe
fghtagainstterrorism;
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WhereasthefamiliesofourmenandwomenofHerMajesty’sCanadianArmed
ForcesandCanadiancommunitiesfromcoasttocoasttocoasthaveadmirably
andconsistentlysupportedthesacrifcesbeingmadebythoseservingin
Afghanistan;
WhereasitisdesirabletobuildandstrengthenanappreciationinCanadiansfor
theircontributiontotheAfghanistancampaignandtopromotethespecialrole
ourfamiliesandcommunitiesplaywhenoursonsanddaughtersareinforeign
lands;
Whereasitisdesirabletorecognizeourappreciationforthesacrifceofallthose
whoserveourgreatnationandallthosewhohavepaidtheultimatepricefor
freedom;
Andwhereas,byOrderinCouncilP.C.2014-281ofMarch17,2014,the
GovernorinCouncilorderedthataproclamationdoissuedeclaringMay9,2014
asa“NationalDayofHonour”;
NowknowyouthatWe,byandwiththeadviceofOurPrivyCouncilforCanada,
dobythisOurproclamationdeclareMay9,2014asa“NationalDayofHonour”.
OfallwhichOurLovingSubjectsandallotherswhomthesepresentsmay
concernarerequiredtotakenoticeandtogovernthemselvesaccordingly.
Intestimonywhereof,WehavecausedthisOurProclamationtobepublished
andtheGreatSealofCanadatobeafxedtoit.WITNESS:OurRightTrusty
andWell-belovedDavidJohnston,ChancellorandPrincipalCompanionof
OurOrderofCanada,ChancellorandCommanderofOurOrderofMilitary
Merit,ChancellorandCommanderofOurOrderofMeritofthePoliceForces,
GovernorGeneralandCommander-in-ChiefofCanada.
ATOURGOVERNMENTHOUSE,inOurCityofOttawa,thisseventeenthday
ofMarchintheyearofOurLordtwothousandandfourteenandinthesixty-
thirdyearofOurReign.
ByCommand,
JOHNKNUBLEY
Deputy Registrar General of Canada
GODSAVETHEQUEEN
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Introduction  
Te National Day of Honour 
TeNationalDayofHonourwasannouncedbythePrimeMinisteranddeclared
byRoyalProclamationonMarch18,2014.
ItisanopportunityforCanadianstohonourthevalour,strengthandsacrifces
ofallthosewhoservedinAfghanistanoverthelast12years,includingthemore
than40,000CanadianArmedForcesmemberswhohelpedtocombatterrorism,
stabilizeAfghanistanandrebuildthecountry’scapacitytoprovideitsown
security.
WithCanada’shelp,thousandsofmembersoftheAfghanNationalSecurity
Forceshavebeentrained,hundredsofkilometresofroadshavebeenbuiltor
repaired,dozensofschoolshavebeenrestored,thousandsofteacherstrained,
andmillionsofchildrenhavebeenvaccinatedagainstdiseaseslikepolioor
measles.
Butthesegreatachievementsdidnotcomewithoutaprice.Ourcountrylost
158CanadianForcespersonnel,onediplomatandanumberofciviliansin
thismissiontomaketheworldasaferplace.Theseweresonsanddaughters,
brothersandsisters,friendsandfamily.Allofthemlovedbythosewhoknew
them,andbytheircountry.Allofthemheroes.
Weareproudtobetakingtheopportunitytohonourallwhoservedin
Afghanistanaswellthefamiliesthatweretheirstrengthbackhome,by
organizingseveraleventsleadinguptotheNationalDayofHonouronMay9th,
including:theSoldierOnAfghanistanRelay,aparadeinOttawa,twominutesof
silence,afy-bysalute,displayingtheAfghanistanMemorialVigil,andanumber
ofeventsacrossthecountry.
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Soldier On Afghanistan Relay  
TeSoldierOnAfghanistanRelayfortheinjuredpersonnelissymbolicofthe
resolveofCanadianstopersevereoverhardship.Terelayisalsoasymbolofthe
strengthofourCanadianArmedForcesandofoursupportingcommunities.
Ateamof19personnelfromSoldierOnarecarryingthelastCanadianfag
fowninAfghanistaninaspecially-builtbaton.Foroursoldierswhorisktheir
lives,thefagrepresentsprideandcommitment.
TerelayteamranthroughcommunitiesbetweenTrentonandOttawa.Tissix-
dayrelay,whichtookplacefromMay4-9,wascompletedby19individualswho
wereinjuredinAfghanistan(16CanadianArmedForcesmembers,twoRoyal
CanadianMountedPoliceOfcersandoneemployeefromtheDepartmentof
ForeignAfairs,TradeandDevelopment).
Day 1–CanadianForcesBaseTrentontoNapanee(Route2)
Day 2–NapaneetoKingston(Route2)
Day 3–CanadianForcesBaseKingstontoPerth(Route10)
Day 4–PerthtoKanata(Route10)
Day 5–KanatatoGatineauCityHallandOttawaCityHall
Day 6–BeechwoodCemeterytoParliamentHill(viaRideauHall)
AttheirarrivalonParliamentHill,onMay9,2014fortheNationalDayof
Honour,theteamwillpassthebatontothelastTaskForceCommanderwhowill
presentittotheChiefofDefenceStaf,whowillthenpresentthebatontothe
PrimeMinisterofCanada.
FormoreinformationonSoldierOn,visitwww.cfmws.com.
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National Day of Honour Parade  
TeNationalDayofHonourParadewillbeginneartheCanadianWarMuseum
onWellingtonStreetandendonParliamentHill.
TeNationalDayofHonourParadeiscomprisedofmembersoftheCanadian
ArmedForceswithaGuardofHonourof300personnelandcombinedbands
(CentralandRoyal22
e
Régiment,theRoyalCanadianMountedPolicePipesand
Drums,andtheCorrectionalServiceCanadaPipesandDrums).
MenandwomenfromallunitsthatservedinAfghanistanwillparticipatein
theparade.Veteransandciviliansthathavebeeninvolvedinprotectingour
interestsanddefendingfreedomaroundtheworldwillalsobeinvolvedinthe
NationalDayofHonourParade.
AlargenumberofyoutharealsoattendingtheNationalDayofHonourand
engaginginthisimportantday.Inaddition,aYouth Remember Canada’s Mission
in Afghanistanonlinelearningfeatureandfurthermaterialforeducatorsand
youthorganizationsisavailableatwww.canada.ca.
Moment of Silence 
FollowingtheNationalDayofHonourParade,agunshotwillindicatethestartof
themomentofsilenceandCanadiansacrossthecountrywillkeeptwominutes
ofsilencetorefectuponthesacrifcesmadeduringthemission.Tenational
momentofsilencewillbeobservedat13:30EasternDaylightTimeacrossthe
country.
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Fly-By  
TeNationalDayofHonourwillalsofeaturetwofy-bysoperatedbytheRoyal
CanadianAirForce.Afy-byisatraditionalandceremonialformofaerialsalute.
Teyservetoshowrespectandtheyoccuronnationaldaysandonspecial
occasionsandanniversaries.
InCanada,fy-bysaredoneannuallyoverParliamentHillonCanadaDayand
aferthenationalanthemateachGreyCupevent.Fly-bysarealsoconducted
tomarktheendofmilitarymissionssuchtheendofOperationPalladiumin
Bosniain2005andOperationMobileinLibyain2011.
Today’sfy-bywillbebrokenintotwosegmentsoffxed-wingandrotarywing.
Teywillbemadeofthenumerousaircrafthatprovidedsupportduringthe
Afghanistanconfictfrom2002untiltheclosureofCampMirage(Canada’s
supportbaseinthePersianGulfregion)in2010.Duringthisperiod,Royal
CanadianAirForcesaircrafloggedover22,000fyinghoursinover4,500
missions,andcarriedover78,000,000poundsofcargoandover244,000
passengersinsupportoftheCanadianmissioninAfghanistan.
RecognizingtheneedforadditionalairpowersupportinAfghanistan,Joint
TaskForceAfghanistanAirWing(JTF-AAirWing)wasformedinKandahar
inDecember2008.TeAirWingwasthefrstCanadianairforceformationof
itssizeandtypedeployedtoanareaofarmedconfictsincetheSecondWorld
War.ItsmandatewastocontrolallRoyalCanadianAirForces’aircrafarriving
in,anddepartingfrom,thetheatreofoperations,toprovidecriticalaircombat,
intelligence,surveillanceandreconnaissancesupport,andtoprovidestrategic
andtacticalairlifsupporttoCanadiansandtheiralliesoperatinginSoutheast
Asia.
Tefy-bywillbeofaircrafsthatservedinAfghanistansuchas;
•   A CC150 (Airbus):TeAirbuswaspartoftheStrategicAirlif
Detachmenttaskedwithmedicalevacuation,sustainmentandre-
supply,rapiddeliveryofoperationallyrequireditemsandmovement
ofpersonnel.DuringOperationAPOLLO,theStrategicAirlif
Detachmentmovedapproximately3.5millionkilogramsofcargo
andmorethan2,300passengers.TeAirbusmadeitsfrstlanding
toKandaharAirportin2011insupportofthelastCanadiancombat
troopsintheprovince.
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•   Two C130 (Hercules):InJuly2006,aHerculesbegandelivering
suppliestotroopsbyairdrop—thefrstsuchresupplymission
conductedsincetheKoreanWar(1950-1953).Teairdropsupported
some10,000AfghanandcoalitiontroopsdeployedinHelmand,Zabul,
OruzganandKandaharprovinces,anddemonstratedtheimportanceof
airpowertomissionsuccessinAfghanistan.
•   A CP-140 Aurora Maritime Patrol aircraf:CP-140swerealso
employedinOperationAPOLLOinthePersianGulffromlate2001
tomid-2003,wheretheyfew500airpatrolsortiesaspartofCanada’s
contributiontotheinternationalcampaignagainstterrorism.
•   A CC177 (Globemaster):Canada’sfourCC-177GlobemasterIII
strategicairlifersweredeliveredin2007-2008.Tenewlypurchased
CC-177GlobemasterIIIstrategicairliferswerequicklyincorporated
intotheRoyalCanadianAirForceandalmostimmediatelybegan
participatinginstrategicairlifoperationsinandoutoftheatre.
•   Two CH-146 Grifon helicopters:WiththepurchaseofsixD-model
Chinooks,eightCH-146Grifonescorthelicoptersweredeployedto
Afghanistan,tobepartoftheJointTaskForceAfghanistanAirWing
(JTF-AAirWing)andactasarmedescorts.
•   A CH147 (Chinook):SixD-modelCH-147Chinookhelicopters
werepurchasedfromtheUnitedStatesin2008and,remarkably,made
theirdebutfightsasCanadianaircrafaweekaferbeingtransferred
toCanada’sAirWing.TeCH-147FChinookfyingonMay9isan
advanced,multi-mission,mediumtoheavy-lifhelicopterandispart
of450TacticalHelicopterSquadron,underthecommandof1Wing
Kingston,Ontario,andbasedinPetawawa,Ontario.Intotal,14ofthe
15helicoptershavebeendeliveredwiththelastdeliveryscheduledfor
June,2014.
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Afghanistan Memorial Vigil  
TeAfghanistanMemorialVigilcommemoratesthehardwork,dedicationand
sacrifceofArmedForcesmembersduringCanada’smissioninAfghanistan,and
recognizesthesupportofmilitaryfamilies,friends,andallCanadians.
TeVigilconsistsof190plaquesfromKAFCenotaphrepresentingthe
Fallen(158Canadianmilitary,onediplomat,onereporter,onecontractor
and40Americans)alongwithinformationandartifactsincorporatedintoa
reconfgurable,mobiledisplay.
TeVigilwillbeintheHallofHonour,intheCentreBlockonParliament
HillfortheNationalDayofHonour,May9
,
2014.TeHallofHonourisa
ceremonialhallthatisusedforstateoccasions,parliamentaryevents,andformal
processions.
YouarewelcometoattendanAfghanistanMemorialVigilinyourcityonthe
followingdates:
May 4 
CanadianForcesBaseTrenton(startofSoldierOnAfghanistanRelay)
May 5-8 
Kingston(concurrentwithSoldierOnAfghanistanRelay)
May 9 
ParliamentHill
May 22-26 
CanadianEmbassyinWashingtonD.C.,U.S.MemorialDayweekend
June 9-12 
Québec
June 14 
CanadianForcesBaseVal-Cartier(100thAnniversaryoftheBase)
June 17-21 
Montréal
June 30–5 July 
Toronto
July 8-11 
CanadianForcesBasePetawawa
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July 21-26 
Victoria
July 29–August 2 
Vancouver
August 11-16 
Edmonton(PrincessPatricia’sCanadianLightInfantryCentennial
Commemorations)
August 25-29 
Calgary
September 2-6 
Regina
September 9-13 
CanadianForcesBaseShilo
September 16-20 
Winnipeg
September 29–October 4 
Fredericton
October 7-11 
Charlottetown
October 14-18 
Halifax
October 22-26 
St.John’s
November 5-12 
Ottawa(RemembranceWeek)
ForotherlocationswheretheAfghanistanMemorialVigilwillbeondisplayand
forspecifclocations,pleaseconsultwww.canada.ca.
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Static Displays  
OntheNationalDayofHonour,astaticdisplayofthemainCanadianArmed
ForcesvehiclesinvolvedintheAfghanistanmissionwillbesetupatParliament
Hillforthecommemorations.
Anumberofmilitaryvehicleswillbeondisplay.Eachvehiclewillbemanned
withmilitarypersonnelwhowillbepleasedtoanswerquestionsfromthepublic.
Weencourageyoutoseeanumberofmilitaryvehiclesupclosesuchas:
•   aLeopardC2Tank,deployedinKandaharin2006
•   anEngineerLightArmedVehicle
•   aCoyoteReconnaissanceVehicle,alightarmouredfghtingvehicle
•   anM-777thatwasputintoserviceintheCanadiantheatreof
operationsaroundKandaharinearly2006
•   aChinookHelicopter
•   aLightUtilityVehicleWheeled
•   15LightArmedVehicles
•   ARigid-HulledInfatableBoat
Inaddition,therewillbeanumberofotherdisplaysonhand,including:
•   TeRoyalCanadianNavy
•   ExplosiveOrdnancedisplay
•   FieldMedicaldisplay
•   CanadianSpecialOperationsForcesCommanddisplay
(CANSOFCOM)
•   DepartmentofForeignAfairs,TradeandDevelopmentexhibit
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Programme  
National Day of Honour 
May 9, 2014 
Todaywearehonouringthe40,000Canadianswhoproudlyservedin
Afghanistanandwhosestrengthandsacrifcewillcontinuetoinspireus.
12:15 p.m. 
•   TeMastersofCeremonieswelcomeseveryonetoTeNational
DayofHonour
12:30 p.m. 
•   ParadeofHonourbeginsEastofBoothStreetandmovesalong
WellingtonStreettoParliamentHill
1:00 p.m. 
•   ArrivaloftheNationalDayofHonourParadeatParliamentHill
•   ArrivalofHisExcellencytheRightHonourableDavid Johnston,
Governor Generaland Commander-in-ChiefofCanadaandVice-Regal
atParliamentHill
•   21-GunSalute
•   PlayingandsingingoftheNationalAnthem,OCanada
•   ArrivaloftheSoldierOnRelayTeam
•   InspectionbyHisExcellencytheRightHonourableDavid Johnston,
Governor Generaland Commander-in-ChiefofCanada
•   PresentationofthelastCanadianfagfowninAfghanistantoMajor
GeneralDeanMilner,whoturnsitovertoGeneralTomLawson,
ChiefoftheDefenceStaf,whowillpresentittotheRightHonourable
StephenHarper,PrimeMinisterofCanada
•   AbenedictionfromtheCanadianArmedForcesChaplain
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1:30 p.m. 
•   MomentofSilence:Agunshotindicatesthestartofthemomentof
silenceandCanadiansacrossthecountrywillkeeptwominutesof
silencetorefectuponthesacrifcesmadeduringthemission.
1:32 p.m. 
•   Temomentofsilenceendswithafy-byofaircrafsthatserved
inAfghanistan(seedetailsoftheRoyalCanadianAirForcefy-by
compositioninthisprogramme)
1:35 p.m. 
Remarksby:
•   CanadianArmedForcesmembers
•   HisExcellencytheRightHonourableGovernor General
and Commander-in-ChiefofCanadaDavid Johnston
•   TePrimeMinisterofCanadatheRightHonourableStephenHarper
•   TeMinisterofNationalDefencetheHonourable
RobertDouglasNicholson
•   TeChiefofDefenceStafGeneralTomasJ.Lawson
1:50 p.m. 
• PlayingandsingingoftheRoyalAnthem,GodSavetheQueen
2:00 p.m. 
•   EventconcludesandmilitarydisplaysonParliamentHillareopento
thepublicuntilapproximately4:00p.m.
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Our Fallen
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Sapper Matthieu
Joseph Pierre Gilbert
Allard
20
Val-d'Or,
Quebec
1 August
2009
5e Régiment du génie de combat,
Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Jordan
James Anderson
25
Iqaluit,
Nunavut
4 July 2007
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal James
Hayward Arnal
25
Winnipeg,
Manitoba
18 July 2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Master Corporal
Raymond Friedrich
Arndt
31 Edson, Alberta
5 August
2006
Te Loyal Edmonton Regiment
(Princess Patricia's Canadian Light
Infantry, 4th Battalion) Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Glen
Harold Arnold, CD
32
McKerrow,
Ontario
18 September
2006
2 Field Ambulance, Petawawa,
Ontario
Master Corporal
Patrice Yvon Audet,
CD
38
Montréal,
Quebec
6 July 2009
430 Tactical Helicopter Squadron,
Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Joshua
Caleb Baker
24
Edmonton,
Alberta
12 February
2010
Te Loyal Edmonton Regiment
(Princess Patricia's Canadian Light
Infantry, 4th Battalion) Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Cole
Daniel Bartsch
23
Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan
4 July 2007
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Master Corporal
Colin Stuart Francis
Bason
28
Burnaby, British
Columbia
4 July 2007
Te Royal Westminster Regiment,
New Westminster, British Columbia
Corporal Nicolas
Raymond
Beauchamp
28
Montréal,
Quebec
17 November
2007
5 Field Ambulance, Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Robbie
Christopher
Beerenfenger
29
Ottawa,
Ontario
2 October
2003
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Mister Glyn R. Berry 59
Northampton,
United
Kingdom
15 January
2006
Department of Foreign Afairs, Trade
and Development Canada
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Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Corporal Karine
Marie Nathasha
Blais
21
Les Méchins,
Quebec
13 April 2009
12e Régiment blindé du Canada
Valcartier, Quebec
Petty Ofcer Second
Class Douglas Craig
Blake, CD
37
Simcoe,
Ontario
3 May 2010 Fleet Diving Unit (Atlantic)
Corporal Christian
Bobbitt
23
Sept-Îles,
Quebec
1 August
2009
5e Régiment du génie de combat,
Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Anthony
Joseph Boneca
21
Tunder Bay,
Ontario
9 July 2006
Lake Superior Scottish Regiment,
Tunder Bay, Ontario
Trooper Jack
Bouthillier
20 Hearst, Ontario
20 March
2009
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Corporal Stephen
Frederick Bouzane
26
Springdale,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
20 June 2007
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Lieutenant Justin
Boyes
26
Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan
28 October
2009
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Sergeant Jason James
Boyes
32
Napanee,
Ontario
16 March
2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Corporal David
Robert William
Braun
27
Raymore,
Saskatchewan
22 August
2006
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Warrant Ofcer
Dennis Raymond
Brown, CD
38
St. Catharines,
Ontario
3 March 2009
Te Lincoln and Welland Regiment,
St. Catharines, Ontario
Corporal Nicholas
Ashley Bulger
30
Peterborough,
Ontario
3 July 2009
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Private David Robert
James Byers
22
Espanola,
Ontario
18 September
2006
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Trooper Darryl
James Caswell
25
Bowmanville,
Ontario
11 June 2007
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Private Garrett
William Chidley
21
Cambridge,
Ontario
30 December
2009
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Sapper Brian James
Collier
24
Bradford,
Ontario
20 July 2010
1 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
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Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Private Robert
Howard Costall
22
Tunder Bay,
Ontario
29 March
2006
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Private Sébastien
Joseph Gérard Omer
Courcy
26
St-Hyacinthe,
Quebec
16 July 2009
2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment,
Québec, Quebec
Private Jonathan
Joseph Sylvain
Couturier
23
Loretteville,
Quebec
17 September
2009
2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment,
Québec, Quebec
Corporal Tyler
Crooks
24
Port Colborne,
Ontario
20 March
2009
3rd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Private John Michael
Roy Curwin
26
Mount Uniacke,
Nova Scotia
13 December
2008
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Private William
Jonathan James
Cushley
21
Port Lambton,
Ontario
3 September
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Mister Marc Cyr 49
Sudbury,
Ontario
1 August
2010
SNC Lavalin Contractor for
the CAF through the Canadian
Forces Contractor Augmentation
Programme (CANCAP)
Private Kevin Yves
Royal Dallaire
22
Calgary,
Alberta
3 August
2006
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Paul James
Davis
28
Bridgewater,
Nova Scotia
2 March 2006
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Captain Matthew
Johnathan Dawe
27
Kingston,
Ontario
4 July 2007
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Trooper Marc Hani
Diab
22
Mississauga,
Ontario
8 March 2009
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Corporal Matthew
David James
Dinning
23
Richmond Hill,
Ontario
22 April 2006
2 Military Police Platoon, Petawawa,
Ontario
Gunner Jonathan
Joseph Jacques Dion
27
Gatineau,
Quebec
30 December
2007
5e Régiment d'artillerie légère du
Canada, Valcartier, Quebec
Private Demetrios
Diplaros
24
Scarborough,
Ontario
5 December
2008
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Corporal Brendan
Anthony Downey
36
Dundurn,
Saskatchewan
4 July 2008
Military Police Detachment,
Dundurn, Saskatchewan
National Day
HONOUR
of
AFGHANISTAN
25
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Master Corporal
Erin Melvin Doyle
32
Edmonton,
Alberta
11 August
2008
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Jean-
François Drouin
31
Beauport,
Quebec
6 September
2009
5e Régiment du génie de combat,
Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Joseph
Robert Martin Dubé
35
Québec,
Quebec
14 June 2009
5e Régiment du génie de combat,
Valcartier, Quebec
Master Corporal
Christian Joseph
Tomas André
Duchesne
34
Montréal,
Quebec
22 August
2007
5 Field Ambulance, Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Ainsworth
Dyer
24
Montréal,
Quebec
18 April 2002
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Sergeant Shawn
Allen Eades, CD
33
Hamilton,
Ontario
20 August
2008
1 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
Corporal Andrew
James Eykelenboom
23
Comox, British
Columbia
11 August
2006
1 Field Ambulance, Edmonton,
Alberta
Sergeant John
Faught, CD
44
Sault Ste. Marie,
Ontario
16 January
2010
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Darren
James Fitzpatrick
21
Prince George,
British
Columbia
20 March
2010
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Dany
Olivier Fortin
29
Baie-Comeau,
Quebec
3 March 2009
Tactical Fighter Squadron at 3 Wing,
Bagotville, Quebec
Captain Jeferson
Cliford Francis
36
Oromocto, New
Brunswick
4 July 2007
1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse
Artillery, Shilo, Manitoba
Private Michael
Bruce Freeman
28
Peterborough,
Ontario
26 December
2008
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Master Corporal
Kristal Lee-Anne
Giesebrecht
34
Wallaceburg,
Ontario
26 June 2010
1 Canadian Field Hospital, Petawawa,
Ontario
Sergeant Craig Paul
Gillam, CD
40
South Branch,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
3 October
2006
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Chief Warrant
Ofcer Robert
Michel Joseph
Girouard, CD
46
Bouctouche,
New Brunswick
27 November
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
26
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Captain Nichola
Kathleen Sarah
Goddard, MSM
26
Calgary,
Alberta
17 May 2006
1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse
Artillery, Shilo, Manitoba
Corporal Francisco
Oliver Gomez, CD
44
Edmonton,
Alberta
22 July 2006
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Étienne
Gonthier
21
St-Georges-de-
Beauce, Quebec
23 January
2008
5 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Valcartier, Quebec
Trooper Brian
Richard Good
43
Ottawa,
Ontario
7 January
2009
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Sergeant Martin
René Goudreault,
CD
35
Sudbury,
Ontario
6 June 2010
1 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
Private Mark
Anthony Graham
33
Hamilton,
Ontario
4 September
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Private Richard
Anthony Green
21
Mill Cove,
Nova Scotia
18 April 2002
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Sapper Sean David
Greenfeld
25
Pinawa,
Manitoba
31 January
2009
2 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Petawawa, Ontario
Private David Robert
Greenslade
20
Saint-John,
New Brunswick
8 April 2007
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Master Corporal
Byron Garth Gref
28
Swif Current,
Saskatchewan
29 October
2011
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Andrew
Paul Grenon
23
Windsor,
Ontario
3 September
2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Corporal Tomas
James Hamilton
26
Truro, Nova
Scotia
13 December
2008
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Trooper Michael
Yuki Hayakaze
25
Edmonton,
Alberta
2 March 2008
Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal
Canadians), Edmonton, Alberta
Trooper Corey
Joseph Hayes
22
Ripples, New
Brunswick
20 March
2009
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Private Chadwick
James Horn
21
Calgary,
Alberta
3 September
2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Corporal Nathan
Hornburg
24
Calgary,
Alberta
24 September
2007
Te King's Own Calgary Regiment
(RCAC), Calgary, Alberta
National Day
HONOUR
of
AFGHANISTAN
27
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Sergeant Vaughan
Ingram
35
Burgeo,
Newfoundland
And Labrador
3 August
2006
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Martin
Mario Joannette
25
Saint-Calixte,
Quebec
6 July 2009
3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Valcartier, Quebec
Private Justin Peter
Jones
21
Baie Verte,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
13 December
2008
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Sergeant Christos
Karigiannis
31
Montréal,
Quebec
20 June 2007
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Shane
Patrick Keating
30
Dalmeny,
Saskatchewan
18 September
2006
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Corporal Bryce
Jefrey Keller
27
Regina,
Saskatchewan
3 August
2006
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Private Kevin
Vincent Kennedy
20
St-John's,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
8 April 2007
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Private Joshua James
Klukie
23
Shuniah,
Ontario
29 September
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Master Corporal
Anthony Mark
Klumpenhouwer
25
Listowel,
Ontario
18 April 2007
Canadian Special Operations Forces
Command
Sergeant Gregory
John Kruse, CD
40 Gaspé, Quebec
27 December
2008
2 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Petawawa, Ontario
Corporal Éric Labbé 31
Rimouski,
Quebec
6 January
2008
2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Québec, Quebec
Ms. Michelle Lang 34
Vancouver,
British
Columbia
30 December
2009
Journalist with Calgary Herald
Captain Richard
Steven Leary
32
Brantford,
Ontario
3 June 2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Sergeant Marc
Daniel Léger
29
Lancaster,
Ontario
18 April 2002
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Private Michel
Richard Lévesque
25
Rivière-Rouge,
Quebec
17 November
2007
3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Valcartier, Quebec
28
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Private Simon
Maurice Serge
Longtin
23
Longueuil,
Quebec
19 August
2007
3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Valcartier, Quebec
Private Patrick
Joseph Lormand
21
Chute-à-
Blondeau,
Ontario
13 September
2009
2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Québec, Quebec
Sergeant Donald
Jason Lucas, CD
31
St-John's,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
8 April 2007
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Sergeant James
Patrick MacNeil
29
Glace Bay, Nova
Scotia
21 June 2010
2 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Petawawa, Ontario
Bombardier Karl
Manning
31
Chicoutimi,
Quebec
27 May 2011
5e Régiment d'artillerie légère du
Canada, Valcartier. Quebec
Bombardier Myles
Stanley John Mansell
25
Victoria, British
Columbia
22 April 2006
5th (British Columbia) Field Artillery
Regiment, Victoria, British Columbia
Sapper Steven Henry
Marshall
24 Calgary Alberta
30 October
2009
1 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
Corporal Steve
Joseph Léo Martin
24
St-Cyrille-de-
Wendover,
Quebec
18 December
2010
3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Valcartier, Quebec
Warrant Ofcer
Hani Massouh, CD
41
Qubéc City,
Quebec
6 January
2008
2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment,
Québec, Quebec
Corporal Zachery
Wilfrid McCormack
21
Edmonton,
Alberta
30 December
2009
Te Loyal Edmonton Regiment
(Princess Patricia's Canadian Light
Infantry, 4th Battalion) Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Matthew
Jonathan McCully
25
Orangeville,
Ontario
25 May 2007
2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade
Group Signal Squadron, Petawawa,
Ontario
Private Kevin
Tomas McKay
24
Richmond Hill,
Ontario
13 May 2010
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Mark
Robert McLaren
23
Peterborough,
Ontario
5 December
2008
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Corporal Ronald
Kevin Megeney
25
New Glasgow,
Nova Scotia
6 March 2007
Te Nova Scotia Highlanders, Truro,
Nova Scotia
Warrant Ofcer
Frank Robert
Mellish, CD
38
Truro, Nova
Scotia
3 September
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Major Michelle
Linda Mendes, CD
30
Wicklow,
Ontario
23 April 2009 Chief of Defence Intelligence
National Day
HONOUR
of
AFGHANISTAN
29
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Master Warrant
Ofcer Mario
Michel Christian
Mercier, CD
43
Weedon,
Quebec
22 August
2007
2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Québec, Quebec
Master Corporal
Charles-Philippe
Michaud
28
Edmundston,
New Brunswick
4 July 2009
2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Québec, Quebec
Private Andrew
Christopher
Alexander Miller
21
Sudbury,
Ontario
26 June 2010
2 Field Ambulance, Petawawa,
Ontario
Sergeant George
Rudolf Miok
28
Edmonton,
Alberta
30 December
2009
41 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
Corporal Robert
Tomas James
Mitchell
32
Owen Sound,
Ontario
3 October
2006
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Corporal Keith Ian
Morley
30
Winnipeg,
Manitoba
18 September
2006
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Corporal Jamie
Brendan Murphy
26
Conception
Harbour,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
27 January
2004
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Warrant Ofcer
Richard Francis
Nolan, CD
39
Mount Pearl,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
3 September
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Lieutenant Andrew
Richard Nuttall
30
Prince Rupert,
British
Columbia
23 December
2009
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Kenneth
Chad O’Quinn
25
Happy Valley-
Goose Bay,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
3 March 2009
2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade
Group Signal Squadron, Petawawa,
Ontario
Bombardier Jérémie
Ouellet
22
Matane,
Quebec
11 March
2008
1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse
Artillery, Shilo, Manitoba
Colonel Geofrey
Stephen Parker, CD
42
Oakville,
Ontario
18 May 2010
Land Forces Central Area
Headquarters
Captain Francis
Cecil Paul, CD
53
Badger,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
10 February
2010
28 Field Ambulance, Ottawa, Ontario
Corporal Randy
Joseph Payne
32
Gananoque,
Ontario
22 April 2006
Military Police Company, Wainwright,
Alberta
30
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Private Alexandre
Péloquin
20
Brownsburg-
Chatham,
Quebec
8 June 2009
3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Valcartier, Quebec
Trooper Patrick
James Pentland
23
Geary, New
Brunswick
11 April 2007
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Major Joseph
Yannick François
Stephane Pépin
36
Warwick,
Quebec
6 September
2009
5e Régiment du génie de combat,
Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Brian Neil
Calvin Pinksen
20
Corner Brook,
Newfoundland
and Labrador
30 August
2010
Te Royal Newfoundland Regiment,
Corner Brook, Newfoundland and
Labrador
Corporal Brent
Donald Poland
37 Sarnia, Ontario 8 April 2007
Te Royal Canadian Regiment, 2nd
Battalion: Gagetown, New Brunswick
Master Corporal
Darrell Jason Priede
30
Burlington,
Ontario
30 May 2007
Army News Team, 3 Area Support
Group, CFB Gagetown
Corporal
Christopher
Jonathan Reid, CD
34
Truro, Nova
Scotia
3 August
2006
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Trooper Richard
Joseph Gaetan
Renaud
26 Alma, Quebec
15 January
2008
12e Régiment blindé du Canada,
Valcartier, Quebec
Warrant Ofcer
Gaétan Joseph
Francis Maxime
Roberge, CD
45
Hanmer,
Ontario
27 December
2008
Royal 22e Regiment, Valcartier,
Quebec
Master Corporal
Joshua Brian
Roberts
29
Prince Albert,
Saskatchewan
9 August
2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Master Corporal
Francis Reginald
Roy
31
Rimouski,
Quebec
25 June 2011
Canadian Special Operations
Regiment
Major Raymond
Mark Ruckpaul, CD
41
Hamilton,
Ontario
29 August
2007
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Trooper Larry John
Rudd
26
Brantford,
Ontario
24 May 2010 Te Royal Canadian Dragoons
Corporal Yannick
Scherrer
24
Montréal,
Quebec
27 March
2011
1st Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment,
Valcartier, Quebec
Corporal Michael
James Alexander
Seggie
21
Winnipeg,
Manitoba
3 September
2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
National Day
HONOUR
of
AFGHANISTAN
31
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Sergeant Prescott
Shipway, CD
36
Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan
7 September
2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Sergeant Robert
Alan Short
41
Fredericton,
New Brunswick
2 October
2003
3rd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Private Nathan Loyd
Smith
26
Tatamagouche,
Nova Scotia
18 April 2002
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Captain Jonathan
Sutherland Snyder
26
Penticton,
British
Columbia
7 June 2008
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Sergeant Shane
Hank Stachnik
30
Waskatenau,
Alberta
3 September
2006
2 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Petawawa, Ontario
Corporal
Christopher Paul
Stannix
24
Dartmouth,
Nova Scotia
8 April 2007
Te Princess Louise Fusiliers, Halifax,
Nova Scotia
Corporal Michael
Gunter Starker
36
Calgary,
Alberta
6 May 2008
15 (Edmonton) Field Ambulance
Detachment, Calgary, Alberta
Master Corporal
Allan Maurice James
Stewart
30
Newcastle, New
Brunswick
11 April 2007
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Sapper Stephan John
Stock
25
Campbell
River, British
Columbia
20 August
2008
1 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
Corporal Albert
Hugh Storm, CD
36
Niagara Falls,
Ontario
27 November
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Private Terry John
Street
24
Surrey, British
Columbia
4 April 2008
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Sergeant Kirk Garret
Taylor
28
Yarmouth,
Nova Scotia
30 December
2009
84 Independent Field Battery, Royal
Canadian Artillery, Yarmouth, Nova
Scotia
Sergeant Darcy Scott
Tedford, CD
32
Earltown, Nova
Scotia
14 October
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Private Tyler
William Todd
26 Bright, Ontario 11 April 2010
1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Lieutenant William
Montague Turner
45
Toronto,
Ontario
22 April 2006
20th Field Artillery Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
32
Rank & Name Age Home Town
Date of
Death
Unit
Master Corporal
Scott Francis
Vernelli
28
Sault Ste. Marie,
Ontario
20 March
2009
3rd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Master Corporal
Jefrey Scott Walsh
33
Regina,
Saskatchewan
9 August
2006
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Corporal Jason
Patrick Warren
29
Quebéc City,
Quebec
22 July 2006
Te Black Watch (Royal Highland
Regiment) of Canada, Montréal,
Quebec
Corporal Dustin
Roy Robert Joseph
Wasden
25
Spiritwood,
Saskatchewan
20 August
2008
1 Combat Engineer Regiment,
Edmonton, Alberta
Private Lane William
Tomas Watkins
20
Winnipeg,
Manitoba
4 July 2007
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Private Joel Vincent
Wiebe
22
Edmonton,
Alberta
20 June 2007
3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Edmonton,
Alberta
Corporal Aaron
Edward Williams
23
Perth-Andover,
New Brunswick
8 April 2007
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick
Private Blake Neil
Williamson
23
Ottawa,
Ontario
14 October
2006
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Private Colin
William Wilmot
24
Fredericton,
New Brunswick
6 July 2008
1 Field Ambulance, Edmonton,
Alberta
Master Corporal
Timothy James
Wilson
30
Grande Prairie,
Alberta
4 March 2006
2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry, Shilo,
Manitoba
Trooper Mark
Andrew Wilson
39
London,
Ontario
7 October
2006
Te Royal Canadian Dragoons,
Petawawa, Ontario
Warrant Ofcer
Robert John Wilson,
CD
37
Keswick,
Ontario
5 December
2008
1st Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Petawawa, Ontario
Private Braun Scott
Woodfeld
24
Eastern
Passage, Nova
Scotia
24 November
2005
2nd Battalion, Te Royal Canadian
Regiment, Gagetown, New Brunswick

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