The Royal
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Ontario : Branch 50 - FRED GIES, Kitchener.

 

 


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Canadian Casualties in Afghanistan



Total Canadian casualties to date: 159 
(includes one Canadian serving in U.S. Military)
Plus One Diplomat, a Journalist and Two Aid Workers.

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Incident# 102
Oct 29 2011

Canadian Forces member loses his life in Kabul, Afghanistan

159
Master Corporal Byron Greff

Age: 28
From: Morinville, AB
Unit: 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

He is the first Canadian to be killed since Canada ended its combat mission in Kandahar province at the end of July. Just four days before Master Cpl. Byron Greff was killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan, the new father locked eyes with his 10-day old daughter, her tiny right leg dangling between his fingers.

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Incident# 101
Jun 25 2011

A canadian soldier was found dead Saturday at a forward operating base located in Kandahar city

158
Master Corporal Francis Roy

Age: 32
From: Rimouski, Québec
Unit: Canadian Special Operations Regiment

An avid fisherman and runner as well as having a passion for old cars.

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Incident# 100
May 27 2011

A canadian soldier died in what the military describes as a "non-hostile" "non-accident" incident.

157
Bombadier Karl Manning

Age: 31
From: Vitoriaville, Quebec
Unit: 1st Battalion, Royal 22nd Regiment

Manning, a native of Chicoutimi, Que., was an artillery soldier and radar operator, who spent the better part of a nearly completed tour at a remote base amid the desolate hard scrub villages of western Panjwaii.

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Incident# 99
Mar 27 2011

A canadian soldier was killed by an improvised explosive device while conducting a partnered foot patrol with Afghan forces.

156
Corporal Yannick Scherrer

Age: 24
From: Montreal
Unit: 1st battalion, Royal 22nd regiment

Corporal Scherrer was an extraordinary Canadian whose commitment and sacrifice for his country will always be remembered

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Incident# 98
Dec 18 2010

A Canadian soldier is dead following a bomb blast in the vicinity of a major road construction project that NATO is pushing in a volatile district of Kandahar.

155
Corporal Steve Martin

Age: 24
From: St-Cyrille-de-Wendover, Québec
Unit: 3e Bataillon, Royal 22e Régimet

An adventurous and courageous hero.

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Incident# 97
Aug 30 2010

A Canadian soldier, who sustained injuries in Afghanistan from an IED, passed away at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany.

154
Corporal Brian Pinksen

Age: 21
From: Corner Brook , Newfoundland and Labrador
Unit: 2nd Battalion , Royal Newfoundland Regiment

He was down to earth and he treated everybody the way people deserve to be treated. He loved what he did.

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Incident# 96
Jul 20 2010

One Canadian soldier was killed after an improvised explosive device detonated during a foot patrol in the Panjwa’i District.

153
Sapper Brian Collier

Age: 24
From: Bradford, Ontario
Unit: 1 Combat Engineer Regiment

"Absolutely selfless, "a true warrior" and "a true hero" who "put his friends and section mates first".

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Incident# 95
Jun 26 2010

Two Canadian medical soldiers were killed when the vehicle they were travelling in as part of a convoy struck an improvised explosive device.

152
Master Corporal Kristal Giesebrecht

Age: 34
From: Wallaceburg, Ontario
Unit: 1 Canadian Field Hospital

She was a mentor and an inspiration for her fellow medical technicians. Kristal loved life to the fullest. She was a wonderful friend, always opening her heart to everyone in need. Kristal prided herself on her health and fitness, although she always felt the solution to any problem could be found in a box of chocolates.

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Corporal Andrew Miller

Age: 21
From: Sudbury, Ontario
Unit: 2 Field Ambulance

Andrew was very confident in both his soldier and clinical skills. He wanted nothing more than to be part of the Health Services Unit for ROTO 9, in Afghanistan, so that he could put his skills to the test.

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Incident# 94
Jun 21 2010

One Canadian soldier was killed after an improvised explosive device detonated during a foot patrol, about 20 kilometres southwest of Kandahar City.

150
Sergeant James Patrick MacNeil

Age: 28
From: Glace Bay
Unit: 2 Combat Engineer Regiment

MacNeil was planning a new chapter in his life and had just become engaged to Laura, a teacher living in Glace Bay as well, hoping to eventually buy a house and become stationed in Sydney, N.S.

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Incident# 93
Jun 7 2010

One Canadian soldier was killed after an improvised explosive device detonated during a foot patrol, about 15 kilometres southwest of Kandahar City.

149
Sergeant Martin Goudreault

Age: 35
From: Sudbury, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group

Martin was easygoing. He never argued, he was funny and he always had so much energy. He was a joker who liked to kid around and he never sweated the small stuff. When it came to his job, his men always came first. His priority was looking after his troops.

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Incident# 92
May 24 2010

One Canadian soldier was killed after an improvised explosive device detonated during a routine security operation, about 20 kilometres southwest of Kandahar City.

148
Trooper Larry John Zuidema Rudd

Age: 26
From: Brantford, Ont.
Unit: Royal Canadian Dragoons, serving with 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment

He was funny and he loved life, very outgoing. He'd do anything for you. He took care of his friends.

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Incident# 91
May 18 2010

One Canadian Forces member travelling in a NATO convoy was killed after an insurgent detonated a vehicle borne improvised explosive device between the convoy of vehicles in Kabul.

147
Colonel Geoff Parker

Age: 42
From: Oakville, Ont.
Unit: 2nd Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment

Parker was born and raised in Oakville, Ont. A 1990 graduate of the University of Western Ontario, Parker was married with two young children.

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Incident# 90
May 14 2010

One Canadian soldier was killed when an improvised explosive device detonated during a dismounted night patrol in the Panjwayi district.

146
Private Kevin Thomas McKay

Age: 24
From: Richmond Hill, Ont
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

His platoon brothers and friends will remember Kevin, better known as Mickey to his buddies, as a dependable and generous man with a quick wit and great sense of humour, which was exemplified by his awesome moustache," His platoon brothers and friends will remember Kevin, better known as Mickey to his buddies, as a dependable and generous man with a quick wit and great sense of humour, which was exemplified by his awesome moustache.

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Incident# 89
May 4 2010

One Canadian Forces member was killed after an improvised explosive device detonated during a dismounted operation, about 25 kilometres southwest of Kandahar City, in the Panjwayi District.

145
Petty Officer Second Class Craig Blake

Age: 37
From: Simcoe, Ontario
Unit: Fleet Diving Unit (Atlantic)

He had a great smile and a genuine laugh and his friends considered themselves very lucky to have known him. Blake, who coached pee-wee hockey and competed in triathlons, leaves behind his wife and two sons.

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Incident# 88
Apr 11 2010

A 26-year-old soldier from Kitchener and based in Edmonton, has been killed in a powerful roadside bomb blast while on foot patrol in a volatile community southwest of Kandahar City.

144
Private Tyler William Todd

Age: 26
From: Bright, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

He never allowed the small things to get to him and was often the rock upon which his comrades depended, his enthusiasm and strong will was an inspiration to his platoon.

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Incident# 87
Mar 20 2010

The Canadian Army regrets to announce the death of a soldier at the University of Alberta Hospital Saturday as a result of wounds he sustained from an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan on March 6.

143
Corporal Darren James Fitzpatrick

Age: 21
From: Prince George, B.C.
Unit: 3th Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

Darren, or Fitz, as his army buddies called him, was a former high-school football centre. He was a big, strong, kind-hearted young man who loved the outdoors and was a consummate team player

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Incident# 86
Feb 13 2010

One Canadian soldier was killed and four were injured in a training accident on a range.

142
Corporal Joshua Caleb Baker

Age: 24
From: Edmonton, Alberta
Unit: The Loyal Edmonton Regiment

While he was frustrated that progress was slow, Josh was hoping to make a difference in Afghanistan. He valued the experience working with Afghans gave him.

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Incident# 85
Feb 10 2010

A canadian soldier dies from natuaral causes while on leave from Afghanistan

141
Captain Frank Paul

Age: 53
From: Badger, Nfld
Unit: 28 Field Ambulance

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Incident# 84
Jan 16 2010

One Canadian soldier was killed by an improvised explosive device during a dismounted security patrol near the town of Nakhonay in the Panjwayi district.

140
Sergeant John Wayne (Toast) Faught

From: Sault Ste. Marie, Ont
Unit: 1st Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

He was a leader who led from the front. His troops have lost an extraordinary friend who died leading and protecting them.

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Incident# 83
Dec 30 2009

Four Canadian soldiers and one Canadian reporter embedded with Joint Task Force Afghanistan (JTF-Afg) were killed, while four other Canadian soldiers and one Canadian civilian official were injured in an IED incident in Kandahar province.

139
Private Garret William Chidley

Age: 21
From: Cambridge, Ont
Unit: 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

Chidley, from Cambridge, Ont., could always beat his friends and fellow soldiers at video games. He was a great driver, the one you wanted for difficult tasks. Chidley loved to talk about his family, especially time spent with his father, Cam.

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Corporal Zachery McCormack

Age: 21
From: Edmonton, Alta
Unit: Loyal Edmonton Regiment, 4th Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

He was a very caring individual who always lent a helping hand to others. He always had a way of raising morale by making the rest of the section laugh.

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Sergeant George Miok

Age: 28
From: Edmonton, Alta
Unit: 41 Combat Engineer Regiment

A dedicated officer who was well-liked by his troops. The welfare of his soldiers came first, and they knew they could turn to him for advice and guidance.

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Sergeant Kirk Taylor

Age: 28
From: Yarmouth, N.S.
Unit: 84 Independent Field Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery

Known as "Sgt. Morale" because of his sense of humour and calm demeanour. He enjoyed a challenge, and though he didn't seek the spotlight, he would take the difficult jobs without complaint.

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Incident# 82
Dec 23 2009

One Canadian soldier and one soldier of the Afghan National Army (ANA) were killed by an improvised explosive device that detonated during a joint foot patrol.

135
Lieutenant Andrew Richard Nattall

Age: 30
From: Prince Rupert, B.C.
Unit: 1st Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

Andrew was an officer, a soldier and a friend to all. He always had a smile on his face, he came to Afghanistan because he honestly believed that he could make a difference to the people of Afghanistan and he demonstrated that every time he went on patrol.

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Incident# 81
Oct 30 2009

One Canadian soldier was killed by an improvised explosive device that detonated near his dismounted patrol.

134
Sapper Steven Marshall

Age: 24
From: Calgary, Alberta
Unit: 1st Combat Engineering Regiment

Steven will be remembered as the life of his section. He had an incredible sense of humour and a contagious grin that never left his face even in the most difficult of times. He would embrace every situation and always found and shared that silver lining with his mates

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Incident# 80
Oct 28 2009

One Canadian soldier was killed and two injured by an improvised explosive device that detonated near their dismounted patrol.

133
Lieutenant Justin Garrett Boyes

Age: 26
From: Edmonton, Saskatchewan
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

Justin was a dedicated family man and spent every possible moment with his wife and son, growing up in Saskatchewan, he was an easy going prairie boy who preferred sitting around the backyard with his good friends, his family and a cold drink.

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Incident# 79
Sep 17 2009

One Canadian soldier was killed when an improvised explosive device detonated in the vicinity of his vehicle while on patrol in Panjwai District.

132
Private Jonathan Couturier

Age: 23
From: Loretteville, Québec
Unit: 2nd Battalion of the Royal 22nd Regiment

He knew how to bring humour to the most difficult of times. And in moments of down time, he never missed an occasion to talk to us about his passions: hockey, his Mustang, and the love of his life, Andréanne.

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Incident# 78
Sep 13 2009

One Canadian soldier was killed and four injured when an improvised explosive device detonated near their armoured vehicle.

131
Private Patrick Lormand

Age: 21
From: Chute-à-Blondeau, Ontario
Unit: 2nd Battalion of the Royal 22nd Regiment

Lormand came to do right by Afghanistan, to serve Canada's objective to help bring peace, a chance for lasting security and a better environment to live and raise a family.

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Incident# 0
Sep 6 2009

Two Canadian soldiers were killed and five injured when an improvised explosive device detonated near their armoured vehicle

130
Corporal Jean-Francois Drouin

Age: 21
From: Beauport, Québec
Unit: 5th Combar Engineer Regiment,(Valcartier, Québec)

His devotion and desire were unsurpassed, he was a very generous man with a heart as big as the three barbells he liked to lift at the gym.

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Major Yanick Pepin

Age: 36
From: Warwick, Québec
Unit: 5th Combar Engineer Regiment,(Valcartier, Québec)

Yannick possessed human values and remarkable compassion. Pepin is survived by his partner, Annie, and their two children, Alexandra and Charles

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Incident# 77
Aug 22 2009

Canadian serving with U.S. army was killed when the driver of the vehicle he was travelling in lost control, causing a rollover near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.

128
Sergeant Darby Morin

Age: 25
From: Big River First Nation, Saskatchewan
Unit: United States Army

He was a great father and he loved his wife and his children. He was very compassionate. He will be remembered as a brave role model and loving father.

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Incident# 76
Aug 2 2009

Two Canadian soldiers were killed when an improvised explosive device detonated near their patrol.

127
Sapper Matthieu Allard

Age: 21
From: Val d'Or, Quebec
Unit: 5th Combar Engineer Regiment,(Valcartier, Québec)

Proud to be a member of the gang and gave his all to his work, which was always well done.

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Corporal Christian Bobbitt

Age: 23
From: Sept-Îles, Quebec
Unit: 5th Combar Engineer Regiment,(Valcartier, Québec)

Regarded as "the guys' technical reference", he was "kind of the clown of his section, a really happy guy. He made disagreeable situations agreeable.

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Incident# 75
Jul 16 2009

One soldier died when he fell from his high-ground position during an operation in the Panjwaii district.

125
Private Sébastien Courcy

Age: 26
From: St-Hyacinthe
Unit: 5th Combar Engineer Regiment,(Valcartier, Québec)

His tragic passing illustrates some of the risks that the selfless men and women of the Canadian Forces face every day in carrying out their duties.

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Incident# 74
Jul 7 2009

Two Canadian air crew members and one ISAF soldier were killed when a Canadian CH-146 Griffon helicopter crashed during take-off.

124
Master Corporal Patrice Audet

Age: 38
From: Montreal, Quebec
Unit: 430th Squadron Tactical Helicopters

Audet was on his first deployment to Afghanistan. He is survived by a wife, Katherine, and his parents.

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Corporal Martin Joannette

Age: 25
From: Saint-Calixte, Quebec
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, Québec)

Joanette was on his third deployment. He leaves behind a wife, Marie-Eve.

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Incident# 73
Jul 5 2009

A Canadian soldier who recently sustained serious injuries from an IED on June 23, 2009 in Afghanistan passed away in a Quebec hospital.

122
Master corporal Charles-Philippe Michaud

Age: 28
From: Edmundston, New Brunswick
Unit: 2nd Battalion of the Royal 22nd Regiment

Very close to his men, he looked after their well-being constantly.

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Incident# 72
Jul 3 2009

A Canadian soldier in Afghanistan's Kandahar province was killed Friday when his armored vehicle struck a roadside bomb.

121
Corporal Nick Bulger

Age: 30
From: Peterborough, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

He was doing great. He loved it. He really loved it, and thought that's where he should be.

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Incident# 71
Jun 14 2009

A Canadian military engineer was killed yesterday as he tried to defuse two roadside bombs hidden in a rural culvert.

120
Corporal Martin Dube

Age: 35
From: Quebec City, Quebec
Unit: 5th Combar Engineer Regiment,(Valcartier, Québec)

"His work has saved the lives of his peers, of Afghan National Security Forces and Afghan civilians."

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Incident# 70
Jun 8 2009

Canadian soldier was killed when an explosive device detonated during a foot patrol in the Panjwai District.

119
Private Alexandre Péloquin

Age: 20
From: Brownsburg-Chatham, Quebec
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, Québec)

"Pélo, as named by his friends, was a strong man, remarkably fit and very courageous,"

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Incident# 69
Apr 24 2009

The lifeless body of a female Canadian soldier was found in her Forces' accommodation room Thursday afternoon at Kandahar Air Field

118
Major Michelle Mendes

Age: 30
From: Wicklow, Ont
Unit: Chief of Defence Intelligence

Mendes was among 11 soldiers who returned to Canada for treatment in September 2006, after being injured in Afghanistan.

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Incident# 68
Apr 14 2009

One Canadian soldier was killed and four others were wounded when their armoured vehicle struck a roadside bomb north of Kandahar city.

117
Trooper Karine Blais

Age: 21
From: Les Méchins, Quebec
Unit: 12th Armoured Regiment of Canada, Valcartier Quebec

Blais had only been in the "theatre of operations" for two weeks and was ready to begin her tour of duty and conduct security patrols in the area.

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Incident# 67
Mar 20 2009

Two Canadian soldiers were killed and three others were injured when their vehicle struck an improvised explosive device in Shah Wali Khot district

116
Trooper Jack Bouthillier

Age: 20
From: Hearst, Ont
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group

"He was happy to be a soldier"

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Incident# 66
Mar 20 2009

Two Canadian soldiers were killed and five others were injured when an improvised explosive device detonated in the vicinity of a dismounted patrol.

115
Corporal Tyler Crooks

Age: 24
From: Port Colborne, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group

"He was coming back in three weeks," "We were going to plan his wedding. I was going to be the best man."

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Incident# 67
Mar 20 2009

Two Canadian soldiers were killed and three others were injured when their vehicle struck an improvised explosive device in Shah Wali Khot district

114
Trooper Corey Joseph Hayes

Age: 22
From: Ripples, N.B
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group

"Was a proud and dedicated soldier who always put his friends and family before himself."

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Incident# 66
Mar 20 2009

Two Canadian soldiers were killed and five others were injured when an improvised explosive device detonated in the vicinity of a dismounted patrol.

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Master Corporal Scott Francis Vernelli

Age: 28
From: Sault Ste. Marie, Ontatio
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group

"Always knew the danger, but he also knew what it meant to the people he was helping." "His main reason (to be in Afghanistan) was to help them achieve freedom and democracy. He was loved and respected by all his friends."

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Incident# 65
Mar 8 2009

One Canadian Forces soldier was killed and four were injured when an improvised explosive device detonated near an armoured vehicle during a patrol in the Shah Wali Kot District.

112
Trooper Marc Diab

Age: 22
From: Mississauga, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group

He was supposed to propose to his girlfriend as soon as he got back. We were going to help him get an apartment, help him start his life.

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Incident# 64
Mar 4 2009

Three Canadian Forces personnel were killed and two were injured when an improvised explosive device detonated near an armoured vehicle during a patrol in the Arghandab District.

111
Warrant Officer Dennis Raymond Brown

Age: 38
From: St. Catherines, Ontario
Unit: Lincoln and Welland Regiment

Someone who always had an infectious smile on his face, no matter what the challenge. Brown is survived by a wife and four children.

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Corporal Dany Oliver Fortin

Age: 29
From: Baie-Comeau, Québec
Unit: 425 Tactical Fighter Squadron, 3 Wing Bagotville

Was a fan of the Montreal Canadiens and known to his comrades as Dany-O.

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Corporal Kenneth Chad O`Quinn

Age: 25
From: Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland
Unit: 2nd Canadian Mechanized Brigade

A proud, dedicated soldier, who had a bright future ahead of him. He could accomplish anything in his life and everyone had the same faith in him.

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Incident# 63
Jan 31 2009

One Canadian soldier was killed when his armoured vehicle struck an improvised explosive device about 40 km west of Kandahar City in Zharey District.

108
Sapper Sean Greenfield

Age: 25
From: Pinawa, Manitoba
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

"He was a singer and he enjoyed playing guitar. He was also well-liked by his team members for his sense of humour and he will be sorely missed,"

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Incident# 62
Jan 7 2009

One Canadian soldier was killed and three others were injured when their armoured vehicle struck an improvised explosive device approximately 35 kilometres north of Kandahar City in the Shah Wali Kowt District.

107
Trooper Brian Richard Good

Age: 42
From: Ottawa, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

"Brian was a caring, outgoing and a dedicated family man. Brian died doing what he wanted to do and what he truly believed in,"

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Incident# 61
Dec 28 2008

Two Canadian soldiers, as well as one member of the Afghan National Police and one Afghan interpreter were killed when an explosive device detonated in their vicinity in the Panjwayi District.

106
Sergeant Gregory John Kruse

Age: 40
From: Campbelltown, New Brunswick
Unit: 24 Field Squadron, 2 Combat Engineer Regiment (Petawawa, Ont.)

He cared about his soldiers above just about everything else and the only thing he cared second to his soldiers was absolute success in everything he (did) as a soldier," Sgt. Kruse’s wife, Jill, remembered him as a loving husband and father of three young daughters, Kari and twins Victoria and Megan.

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Warrant Officer Gaetan Joseph Roberge

Age: 45
From: Hanmer, Ontario
Unit: Royal 22nd Regiment, (Sudbury Ont.)

Guy Roberge said his son was a lifelong soldier who loved his work in the military. He was stationed in Germany for seven years and served in Bosnia. Gaetan Roberge is survived by his wife, Joanne, and two children, a 17-year-old daughter and a 13-year-old son. "He was quick to laugh, quick to love, and always did the best that he could."

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Incident# 60
Dec 26 2008

One Canadian soldier was killed and three others were injured when their armoured vehicle was struck by an explosion in Zharey District.

104
Private Michael Bruce Freeman

Age: 28
From: Peterborough, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

This was Private Freeman's first tour in Afghanistan. He had tremendous enthusiasm and was dedicated to the mission and to his fellow section mates. Michael was an avid golfer and would wear a huge smile on his face when he had a chance to play.

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Incident# 59
Dec 13 2008

Three Canadian soldiers were killed and one was injured when an improvised explosive device detonated near an armoured vehicle during a patrol in the Arghandab District.

103
Private John Michael Roy Curwin

Age: 26
From: Baie Verte, Newfoundland
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick)

Private Curwin was remembered as a strong family man, dedicated to his three children and wife Laura Mae. "John's buddies say that he was the most mature among them, a voice of reason when they got rambunctious and planned to get into mischief,"

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Corporal Thomas James Hamilton

Age: 26
From: Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick)

Corporal Thomas Hamilton, or "Hammy," as an avid outdoorsman, who loved to fish, hunt and barbeque, and who was devoted to his daughter Annabella. The bearded corporal was a veteran of Haiti currently serving his third tour in Afghanistan.

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Private Justin Peter Jones

Age: 21
From: Truro, Nova Scotia
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick)

Private Jones, or "Jonesy," was described as "a friendly Newfoundlander who loved to play the guitar and drive his pick-up truck ... the sort of fellow that would give you the shirt off his back."

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Incident# 58
Dec 5 2008

Three Canadian soldiers were killed as a result of an improvised explosive device attack on their armoured vehicle during a joint patrol with Afghan National Army soldiers in the Arghandab District.

100
Private Demetrios Diplaros

Age: 24
From: Toronto, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Pte. Diplaros, known to friends and comrades as "Dip" because of their inability to pronounce his last name, was on his first tour in Afghanistan. "He was very happy. He understood all the circumstance. He knew he was there to serve his county," said the father. "He told me it was a crazy situation there."

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Corporal Mark Robert McLaren

Age: 23
From: Peterborough, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Mark returned to duty after being injured while serving in the country two years ago and was a month away from coming home for a visit, his grieving father said. "They were there to do something. He believed in it."

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Warrant Officer Robert John Wilson

Age: 38
From: Keswick, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Wilson was a career soldier and no stranger to Afghanistan, said his aunt Debbie Sedore, when reached at her home in Keswick last night. "He had gone over there lots and lots of times." Wilson was born and raised in Keswick until he joined the military at 18. He had a daughter, Emily, and son, Owen, both under the age of 10.

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Incident# 57
Sep 7 2008

One Canadian soldier was killed and seven were injured after their armoured vehicle struck an improvised explosive device during a security patrol in Panjwayii District.

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Sergeant Scott Shipway

Age: 36
From: Regina & Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Shipway of Saskatchewan was a veteran of deployments in Kosovo, Bosnia and Cyprus. "He loved his (2) kids. They were his No. 1 priority. He was coming home to see them Wednesday," Shipway's father, Charles, said in an emotional interview. Shipway leaves a wife, a six-year-old son and a four-year-old daughter.

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Incident# 56
Sep 3 2008

Three Canadian soldiers were killed during an insurgent attack in Afghanistan. The soldiers were on a security patrol in a light armoured vehicle (LAV) when attacked.

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Corporal Andrew Paul Grennon

Age: 23
From: Windsor, Ontario
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

On his second tour in Afghanistan he had been wounded in a previous battle. Brig. Gen. Denis Thompson said he "brought confidence to those around him." On Aug. 24, Grenon was the recipient of a Canadian Expeditionary Forces Commander's Commendation for an incident that occurred earlier. "Andrew's actions prevented the outbreak of a riot and saved the lives of two soldiers," reads the bravery award's inscription.

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Private Chadwick James Horn

Age: 21
From: Calgary, Alberta
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Horn 21, was a professional, hard-working soldier. Brig. Gen. Denis Thompson said he had "unlimited potential and was admired by his peers. His ability to act under fire saved many lives during the tour."

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Corporal Michael James Alexander Seggie

Age: 21
From: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Seggie came from a family of Patricias, as both his father and uncle served with the regiment. Brig. Gen. Denis Thompson said Seggie was "cool under fire. He often made himself the brunt of jokes just to get a laugh out of his section. He was a great communicator and had learned several Pashtun phrases in order to work better with the local population."

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Incident# 55
Aug 20 2008

Three Canadian soldiers were killed and one soldier injured after an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle, while on patrol, on Highway 1 in Zharey District.

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Sergeant Shawn Eades

Age: 33
From: Hamilton, Ontario
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Shawn leaves behind a wife and two young daughters.

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Sapper Stephen John Stock

Age: 25
From: Campbell River, British Columbia
Unit: Combat engineer with 12 Field Squadron, 1 Combat Engineer Regiment from Edmonton, Alberta, and attached to the 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group

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Corporal Dustin Roy Robert Joseph Wasden

Age: 25
From: Leoville, Saskatchewan
Unit: Combat engineer with 12 Field Squadron, 1 Combat Engineer Regiment from Edmonton, Alberta, and attached to the 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group

Cpl. Wasden leaves behind a wife and young daughter.

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Incident# 54
Aug 11 2008

One Canadian soldier was killed today and another was injured in the Panjwayi District. The soldiers were protecting their combat outpost at the time of the incident when insurgents attacked them with rocket propelled grenades and small arms fire.

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Master Corporal Erin Doyle

Age: 32
From: Kamloops, B.C.,
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton Alberta)

MCpl. Doyle grew up in Kamloops, B.C., where he played high-school football and enjoyed working on cars and trucks. MCpl. Doyle leaves behind his wife, Nicole, and a daughter, Zarine.

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Incident# 53
Aug 9 2008

A Canadian soldier died of his injuries following an engagement involving coalition forces, insurgents and security personnel from a civilian convoy.

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Master Corporal Joshua Brian Roberts

Age: 29
From: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Roberts is from Saskatoon and was serving as a crew commander with the 9th Platoon, Charlie Company. He had served with the Canadian Forces for more than a decade, having started in the reserves as an infantry soldier with the Calgary Highlanders. Master Cpl. Roberts was engaged to be married and his fiancée was expecting a child within the next month.

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Incident# 52
Jul 18 2008

A Canadian soldier was killed just before midnight Kandahar time. The soldier was killed by an Improvised Explosive Device while on a foot patrol in Panjwayi District.

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Corporal James (Jim) Hayward Arnal

Age: 25
From: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Arnal had given up a fairly lucrative career in the private sector to join the military four years ago. It was Arnal's second tour in Afghanistan. He had already served with distinction in Kandahar province from August 2006 to February 2007. During that tour he was involved in a massive firefight with the Taliban and participated in September 2006's Operation Medusa. As soon as he returned to Canada he was looking for ways to go back, and this past February he got his wish.

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Incident# 51
Jul 7 2008

A Canadian soldier suffered critical injuries and later died when an explosive device detonated near a dismounted security patrol in Panjwayi District.

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Private Colin William Wilmot

Age: 24
From: Fredericton, New Brunswick
Unit: 1 Field Ambulance, Edmonton (Alberta)

Private Wilmot was a medic serving with the Health Services Support Unit in Afghanistan attached to 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group. His home unit was 1 Field Ambulance, based in Edmonton, Alberta.

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Incident# 50
Jul 5 2008

A Canadian soldier has been found dead at an undisclosed Persian Gulf military base. The military said Downey's body was discovered in the sleeping quarters.

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Corporal Brendan Anthony Downey

Age: 37
From: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Unit: Military Police Detachment in Dundurn, Saskatchewan

Downey, an airman and military police officer based in Dundurn, Sask., was serving at Camp Mirage, a major supply post and staging base for Canadian warships and aircraft. It offers logistical support to Canada's mission in Afghanistan.

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Incident# 49
Jun 12 2008

A Canadian soldier was killed after falling into a well while conducting a security patrol in Zhari District.

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Captain Jonathan (Jon) Sutherland Snyder

Age: 26
From: Penticton, British Columbia
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Members of Captain Snyder’s patrol tried to extract him from the well, but were unsuccessful. Medical, engineering and search and rescue assets were rushed to the scene, and Capt Snyder was lifted out of the well. He was evacuated by helicopter to the Multi-National Medical Unit at Kandahar Airfield, but sadly was pronounced dead upon arrival.

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Incident# 48
Jun 3 2008

One Canadian soldier was killed by direct fire when a joint Afghan-Canadian dismounted security patrol came under small arms fire from insurgents in the Panjwayi District.

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Captain Richard (Steve) Leary

Age: 32
From: Brantford, Ontario
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Captain Leary was born in Brantford, Ontario on 11 September 1975. He attended McMasters University, graduating with a BA in History. This was his first overseas mission. Captain Leary leaves behind his wife Rachel, his parents Rick and Gail and his sister Brandy. Captain Leary and his wife Rachel had no children.

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Incident# 47
May 6 2008

A Canadian Soldier was killed today and another soldier was injured when they came under enemy fire during a patrol in the Pashmul region of the Zharey district.

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Corporal Michael Starker

Age: 36
From: Calgary, Alberta
Unit: 15 Edmonton Field Ambulance (Calgary, Alberta)

Michael was born and raised in Calgary, where he worked as a paramedic for three years. Starker was married but had no children.

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Incident# 46
Apr 4 2008

A Canadian soldier was killed today when his armoured vehicle struck a suspected Improvised Explosive Device (IED).

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Private Terry John Street

Age: 24
From: Hull, Quebec
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Street, 24, was born in Gatineau (formerly Hull), Que., but grew up in British Columbia, He had been in Afghanistan for a little over a month of what was to have been a six-month deployment. He was killed while his unit was redeploying for the evening after a day operating "outside the wire," or off the base.

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Incident# 45
Mar 16 2008

A Canadian soldier was killed today by an explosive device while participating in a joint Afghan-Canadian foot patrol in the Zangabad region, in the District of Panjwayi, approximately 35 km South-West of Kandahar City.

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Sergeant Jason Boyes

Age: 32
From: Lynn Lake, Manitoba
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

His family noted in a statement issued by the military, "Jason loved his job, he loved the military, and his fellow soldiers loved him back. His world was his daughter, Mackenzie, his wife, Alison, his dogs and his family. This was his third tour in Afghanistan. We have always, and still do, support this mission.”

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Incident# 44
Mar 11 2008

A soldier's body was found in an accommodation room in Kandahar Air Field. Brig.-Gen. Guy Laroche told reporters that the soldier was found at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday and that his death "is not related to combat."

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Bombardier Jeremie Ouellet

Age: 22
From: Matane, Quebec
Unit: 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (Shilo, Manitoba)

Had been on base for only two weeks.

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Incident# 43
Mar 2 2008

One Canadian soldier was killed when his armoured vehicle hit a suspected Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in the Mushan region, located in the District of Panjawayi, 45 km West of Kandahar City.

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Trooper Michael Yuki Hayakaze

Age: 25
Unit: Lord Strathcona’s Horse - Royal Canadians (Edmonton, Alberta)

Michael was nearing the end of his tour in Afghanistan. Based out of Edmonton, Michael was deployed to Afghanistan later than the rest of the regiment, just before Christmas, to replace a driver who had been injured. Michael has family in Edmonton and Vancouver.

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Incident# 42
Jan 23 2008

One Canadian soldier who was part of a convoy was killed when the armoured vehicle he was in struck a suspected Improvised Explosive Device (IED), 35 km South-West of Kandahar City.

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Sapper Etienne Gonthier

Age: 21
From: St-George-de-Beauce, Quebec
Unit: 5 Combat Engineer Regiment (Valcartier, Québec)

Etienne, a combat engineer, was born in Quebec City, and was based in Valcartier.

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Incident# 41
Jan 15 2008

One Canadian soldier was killed when the armoured vehicle he was in struck a suspected Improvised Explosive Device (IED).

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Trooper Richard Renaud

Age: 26
From: Alma, Quebec
Unit: 12e Régiment blindé du Canada (Valcartier, Quebec)

Richard had been a member of the 12e Régiment blindé du Canada — an armoured regiment — since October 2004. It was his first regimental assignment. Richard is survived by his pregnant wife and 4-year old-stepson.

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Incident# 40
Jan 6 2008

Two Canadian soldiers were killed when their Light Armoured Vehicle rolled over, during a tactical move across difficult terrain.

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Corporal Éric Labbé

Age: 31
From: Rimouski, Que
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, Quebec)

Labbe served alongside Massouh during a 2002 rotation in the former Yugoslavia. It was the Rimouski native's only other overseas posting during a six-year career with the military.

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Warrant Officer Hani Massouh

Age: 41
From: Valcartier, Quebec
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, Quebec)

Massouh was born in Alexandria, Egypt. Massouh was a career soldier, serving in the Forces for more than 17 years. He was also a veteran of several overseas missions. Prior to joining the Afghan mission earlier this summer, Massouh had previously been deployed to Haiti, Croatia, Somalia and twice more to the former Yugoslavia. He leaves behind a five year old daughter.

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Incident# 39
Dec 30 2007

A Canadian soldier is dead and four others are recovering from injuries suffered when their light armoured vehicle struck a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan.

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Gunner Jonathan Dion

Age: 27
From: Gatineau, Quebec
Unit: 5e Régiment d'artillerie légère du Canada (Valcartier, Quebec)

"Jonathan lived the major part of his life in the city of Gatineau. He loved his city, his small part of the country, and his neighbourhood. He wanted more than anything else to make a difference in the world around him. He died doing what he loved best, to be a soldier and serve his country."

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Incident# 38
Nov 17 2007

Two Canadian soldiers, and one Afghan interpreter were killed when their Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV III) struck a suspected Improvised Explosive Device approximately 40 km West of Kandahar city in the vicinity of Ma’sum Ghar.

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Corporal Nicolas Raymond Beauchamp

Age: 28
From: Pont-Rouge, Quebec
Unit: 5 Field Ambulance (Valcartier, Quebec)

Cpl. Beauchamp is survived by his wife Cpl. Dolorès Crampton, an ambulance technician in the Canadian Forces, who is also serving in Afghanistan. They lived in Pont-Rouge, QC for three years prior to deployment. Also left behind are his children Alexander and Josiann, parents Nicole and Robert Beauchamp, older brother David (Nancy) and other family members.

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Private Michel Jr. Lévesque

Age: 25
From: Rivière-Rouge, Quebec
Unit: 3 Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, Quebec)

Lévesque leaves an 18-year-old pregnant fiancée in Rivière-Rouge, a small village north of the Laurentians. Just last week, the young couple became engaged while Levesque was on a two-week leave.

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Incident# 37
Sep 24 2007

A canadian soldier was killed by a mortar shell while on patrol.

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Corporal Nathan Hornburg

Age: 24
From: Calgary, Alberta
Unit: The King’s Own Calgary Regiment (Alberta)

Hornburg he had been working to repair a broken tread on a Leopard tank.

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Incident# 36
Aug 29 2007

The soldier who died of a gunshot wound in Kabul on Wednesday has been identified by the Canadian Forces as the highest-ranking officer who has died in Afghanistan.

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Major Raymond Ruckpaul

Age: 42
From: Hamilton, Ontario
Unit: Armoured Corps, The Royal Canadian Dragoons

Major Ruckpaul was found significantly injured within the confines of the ISAF HQ in Kabul and later died of his injuries.

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Incident# 35
Aug 22 2007

Two Canadian soldiers and an Afghan interpreter were killed Wednesday after a roadside bomb struck their LAV-III armoured vehicle in southern Afghanistan.

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Master Corporal Christian Duchesne

Age: 34
From: Montreal, Québec
Unit: 5th Field Ambulance (5 Area Support Group, Valcartier, Québec)

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Master Warrant Officer Mario Mercier

Age: 35
From: Weedon, Québec
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, Québec)

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Incident# 34
Aug 19 2007

Quebec's Royal 22nd Regiment, the Van Doos, suffered its first death in Afghanistan early Sunday when a soldier died in a roadside bombing.

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Private Simon Longtin

Age: 23
From: Longueuil, Québec
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (Valcartier, Québec)

Pte Simon Longtin was killed after the vehicle he was traveling in, a LAV III, struck an Improvised Explosive Device (IED). The incident occurred roughly 1:41 am Kandahar time, approximately 20 km West of Kandahar City.

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Incident# 33
Jul 4 2007

A roadside bomb killed six Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan, as well as an Afghan interpreter. The soldiers were travelling in a RG-31 Nyala armoured vehicle with the interpreter when they struck the bomb.

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Corporal Jordan Anderson

Age: 25
From: Iqaluit, Nunavut
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

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Corporal Cole D. Bartsch

From: Saskatchewan
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

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Master Corporal Colin Stuart Francis Bason

From: Burnaby, British Columbia
Unit: The Royal Westminster Regiment (New Westminster, British Columbia)

Colin leaves behind his partner Katrina Blain, and their newborn daughter.

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Captain Matthew Johnathan Dawe

Age: 27
From: Kingston, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Mathew leaves behind his wife and son.

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Captain Jefferson Clifford Francis

Age: 37
From: New Brunswick
Unit: 1 Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (Shilo, Manitoba)

Jefferson leaves behing one son.

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Private Lane William Thomas Watkins

From: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

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Incident# 32
Jun 20 2007

Three Canadian soldiers were killed by an explosion in southern Afghanistan. They were travelling in an unarmed vehicle when it was struck by an improvised explosive device.

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Corporal Stephen Frederick Bouzane

Age: 26
From: Springdale, Newfoundland and Labrador
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

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Sergeant Christos Karigiannis

Age: 31
From: Montréal, Québec
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

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Private Joel Vincent Wiebe

Age: 22
From: Edmonton, Alberta
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Joel leaves behind his fiancée Anne Thede.

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Incident# 31
Jun 11 2007

A Canadian soldier is dead and two others injured after their convoy struck a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.

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Trooper Darryl Caswell

Age: 25
From: Bowmanville, Ontario
Unit: The Royal Canadian Dragoons (Petawawa, Ontario)

The group was part of a re-supplying mission to Canadian troops in a forward operating base in Kharghiz district, as part of Operation Adalat, when the roadside bomb detonated.

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Incident# 30
May 30 2007

A Canadian Soldier was killed in a helicopter crash Wednesday in Afghanistan that left a total of seven troops dead.

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Master Corporal Darrell Jason Priede

Age: 30
From: Burlington, Ontario
Unit: Army News Team, 3 Area Support Group (Canadian Forces Base Gagetown)

Master Cpl. Darrell Jason Priede was a military imagery technician.

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Incident# 29
May 25 2007

Killed by an improvised explosive device while taking part in Operation Hoover -- a large offensive launched against the Taliban in southern Afghanistan.

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Corporal Matthew McCully

Age: 25
From: Orangeville, Ontario
Unit: 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Headquarters and Signals Squadron (Petawawa, Ontario)

Corporal McCully was a member of the Joint Task Force Afghanistan, Operational Mentor and Liaison Team.

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Incident# 28
Apr 18 2007

A Canadian special forces soldier has died in an unfortunate and tragic accident. The soldier fell from a communication tower somewhere within Kandahar City on Wednesday.

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Master Corporal Anthony Klumpenhouwer

Age: 25
From: Listowel, Ontario
Unit: Canadian Special Operations Forces Command

One of 13 siblings, Klumpenhower was remembered by his aunt as having bright blue eyes and a "beautiful smile." She also described her nephew as a born soldier who was cut out for his chosen profession. She said he originally enlisted with plans to stay short term, but found the military to be such a good fit that he decided to stay on.

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Incident# 27
Apr 11 2007

Two soldiers were killed when roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle, approximately 38 kilometres west of Kandahar City.

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Trooper Patrick James Pentland

Age: 23
From: Geary, New Brunswick
Unit: The Royal Canadian Dragoons (Petawawa, Ontario)

Pentland had joined the military three years ago and was working as a driver on his first deployment. He was born on the Canadian military base at Lahr, Germany, and grew up near CFB Gagetown, N.B. Patrick had spent some of his recent leave time with his mother, Gabriele, in Germany.

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Master Corporal Allan Stewart

Age: 31
From: Newcastle, New Brunswick
Unit: The Royal Canadian Dragoons (Petawawa, Ontario)

Stewart was a husband to Christa, and a father of two girls, ages 9 and 12. He had been in the military for nine years. He was on his second tour in Afghanistan and on his third overseas mission, after having been deployed to Bosnia in 2001.

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Incident# 26
Apr 8 2007

Six Canadian soldiers were killed when an apparent improvised explosive device detonated, striking their LAV-III armoured vehicle as they guarded a convoy about 75 kilometres west of Kandahar.

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Private David Robert Greenslade

Age: 20
From: Saint-John, New Brunswick
Unit: 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Gagetown, New Brunswick)

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Private Kevin Vincent Kennedy

Age: 20
From: St-John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
Unit: 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Gagetown, New Brunswick)

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Sergeant Donald Lucas

Age: 31
From: St-John's, Newfoundand and Labrador
Unit: 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Gagetown, New Brunswick)

Sergeant Lucas leaves behind his wife and two children.

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Corporal Brent Poland

Age: 37
From: Brampton, Ontario
Unit: 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Gagetown, New Brunswick)

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Corporal Christopher Paul Stannix

Age: 24
From: Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Unit: Princess Louise Fusiliers (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

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Corporal Aaron E. Williams

Age: 23
From: Perth-Andover, New Brunswick
Unit: 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Gagetown, New Brunswick)

Aaron leaves behind one daughter.

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Incident# 25
Mar 6 2007

A Canadian reserve soldier was killed in a non-combat shooting in Afghanistan.

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Corporal Kevin Megeney

Age: 25
From: New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders (Truro, Nova Scotia)

Megeney, the youngest of three siblings, had been in Afghanistan since Dec. 8 with the Nova Scotia Highlanders. Generations of the Megeney family have enlisted with that regiment.

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Incident# 24
Nov 27 2006

Two Canadian soldiers were killed following a suicide bomber's attack on a military convoy in southern Afghanistan.

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Chief Warrant Officer Robert Girouard

Age: 46
From: Bouctouche, New Brunswick
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

A career soldier, CWO Girouard was a father of three. Two of his children are in the Canadian military.

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Corporal Albert Storm

Age: 36
From: Niagara Falls, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Only three years away from retirement, Cpl. Storm was a decorated soldier who had been deployed to many parts of the world.

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Incident# 23
Oct 14 2006

Two Canadians were killed and two injured in an insurgent ambush west of Kandahar.

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Sergeant Darcy Tedford

Age: 32
From: Calgary, Alberta
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Quietly confident, and trusted for wise advice; earned respect among peers over his several tours of duty. Survived by wife Charmaine, two young daughters, parents.

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Private Blake Neil Williamson

Age: 23
From: Ottawa, Ontario.
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

A funny guy who made others laugh with an instant recall of Chuck Norris jokes. Survived by his father, mother, stepfather, and siblings.

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Incident# 22
Oct 7 2006

Canada’s death toll in Afghanistan reaches 40 when a soldier is killed after his armoured vehicle was struck by a roadside explosion in the Panjwaii district.

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Trooper Mark Andrew Wilson

Age: 39
From: London, Ontario
Unit: Royal Canadian Dragoons (Petawawa, Ontario)

Mourning for Wilson was marked by a campaign to deck the southwestern Ontario city with yellow ribbons. Survived by wife Dawn, sons Josh and Benjamin and parents Carl and Carolyn.

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Incident# 21
Oct 3 2006

Two Canadian soldiers were killed and five injured during a series of mortar, rocket attacks in the Panjwaii district of Afghanistan.

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Sergeant Craig Paul Gillam

Age: 40
From: South Branch, Newfoundland and Labrador
Unit: Royal Canadian Dragoons (Petawawa, Ontario)

A man who led his troops by example and whose bravery saved many lives on the day he died. Participated in sports such as hockey and taekwondo with his children. Survived by wife Maureen, two teenage children and parents.

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Corporal Robert Thomas James Mitchell

Age: 32
From: Owen Sound, Ontario
Unit: Royal Canadian Dragoons (Petawawa, Ontario)

Known to his friends as Jim, Mitchell strived to be the best. Survived by wife Leanne, two sons and a daughter, and his parents.

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Incident# 20
Sep 29 2006

A Canadian soldier was killed in southern Afghanistan after stepping on a booby trap and triggering an explosion.

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Private Josh Klukie

Age: 23
From: Shuniah, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Charming and charismatic with a passion for sports; an enthusiastic member of his high school basketball team. Survived by mother and brother.

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Incident# 19
Sep 18 2006

Four Canadian soldiers were killed and 10 injured while on foot patrol in Panjwaii after a man on a bicycle rode detonated a suicide bomb.

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Corporal Glen Arnold

Age: 32
From: McKerrow, Ontario
Unit: 2 Field Ambulance (Petawawa, Ontario)

A medic who felt his work was essential to preserving freedom around the world, Arnold was an avid hockey player and devoted family man. Survived by both his wife, four children, parents, three brothers and a sister.

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Private David Byers

Age: 22
From: Espanola, Ontario
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

A friendly man and video game enthusiast in his high school days, Byers was killed before his fianceé Chantelle Roy was to give birth to their child. Survived by Roy, parents and brother.

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Corporal Shane Keating

Age: 30
From: Dalmeny, Saskatchewan
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Described as good-humoured and hard-working; wrote letters shortly before his death expressing how he did not want to die. Survived by mother, Judith Budd.

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Corporal Keith Morley

Age: 30
From: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

An animal lover and proud owner of a dog, Lokie; served two tours of duty in Bosnia before being deployed to Afghanistan. Survived by sister Shannon.

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Incident# 18
Sep 4 2006

One Canadian soldier is killed and 30 wounded when two U.S. warplanes accidentally strafed their own NATO forces in southern Afghanistan.

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Private Mark Anthony Graham

Age: 33
From: Hamilton, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Graham was a member of Canada's Olympic 4x400 metre relay team in 1992. Colleagues and friends described him as a natural leader with the ability to comfort and motivate those around him.

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Incident# 17
Sep 3 2006

Four Canadian soldiers were killed and six wounded during a major NATO offensive called Operation Medusa in the volatile Panjwaii district of southern Afghanistan.

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Private William Jonathan James Cushley

Age: 21
From: Port Lambton, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Cushley was a man who exhibited strong leadership qualities and a fierce love of family. Survived by parents and three sisters.

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Warrant Officer Frank Robert Mellish

Age: 38
From: Truro, Nova Scotia
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

A long-time auto racing fan, Mellish is survived by his parents, wife Kendra -- who still serves in the Canadian air force -- and two young boys.

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Warrant Officer Richard Francis Nolan

Age: 39
From: Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador
Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

A believer in strong family values, Nolan - an adventurous soul who enjoyed riding bulls; loved playing with his children and stepchildren. Friends said he was the sort of person who would help anyone in need. Survived by partner Kelly, three sons, a stepdaughter and mother.

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Sergeant Shane Stachnik

Age: 30
From: Waskatenau, Alberta
Unit: 2 Combat Engineer Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Former high-school buddy Randy Trenchuk remembered playing hockey with Stachnik and the frustrations with Shakespeare that they shared in English class. Stachnik, described as having a strong sense of humour, was to be married next summer. He is survived by parents Hank and Avril.

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Incident# 16
Aug 22 2006

A Canadian soldier was killed and three others were wounded in a suicide bomb attack near a Canadian compound in Kandahar City.

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Corporal David Braun

Age: 27
From: Raymore, Saskatchewan
Unit: 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Braun dreamed of a military career from the age of 12, and was honoured as a brave and supportive soldier. He is survived by mother Patty and three siblings.

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Incident# 15
Aug 11 2006

A Canadian soldier was killed after a suicide bomber drove his explosive-laden vehicle into a military convoy in southern Afghanistan.

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Corporal Andrew James Eykelenboom

Age: 23
From: Comox, British Columbia
Unit: 1st Field Ambulance (Edmonton, Alberta)

A medic, affectionately known as Boomer and described by colleagues as brave and goofy; survived by father Hans, mother Maureen and brothers.

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Incident# 14
Aug 9 2006

A Canadian soldier has been killed in Afghanistan by an accidental discharge of a rifle from a comrade-in-arms.

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Master Corporal Jeffrey Scott Walsh

Age: 33
From: Regina, Saskatchewan
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Walsh believed strongly in Canada's mission in Afghanistan and felt he could have a positive impact. Survived by wife and three children, and parents Ben and Margie.

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Incident# 13
Aug 5 2006

A Canadian soldier was killed, and three others injured when a military supply truck collided with a civilian in a vehicle about 35 kilometres southeast of Kandahar city.

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Master Corporal Raymond Arndt

Age: 31
From: Edson, Alberta
Unit: The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (Edmonton, Alberta)

Arndt found a sense of purpose in the military; survived by wife of nine months, Darcia.

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Incident# 12
Aug 3 2006

Four Canadian soldiers were killed and 10 wounded during a series of bloody attacks in the Afghan province of Kandahar.

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Private Kevin Dallaire

Age: 22
From: Calgary, Alberta
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Parents began network for those who have lost children in Afghanistan; survived by mother Diane and father Gaetan.

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Sergeant Vaughan Ingram

Age: 35
From: Burgeo, Newfoundland and Labrador
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

A fearless soldier who was completely dedicated to his mission. Survived by wife, two young daughters, and mother.

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Corporal Bryce Jeffrey Keller

Age: 27
From: Regina, Saskatchewan
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Known to friends as Smithers, Keller devoted the last nine years of his life to the military. He was also an avid animal lover who dedicated time to the humane society. Keller is survived by his parents, two brothers and his wife, Sarah, whom he met on a military training course.

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Corporal Christopher Jonathan Reid

Age: 34
From: Truro, Nova Scotia
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Dedicated to work, Reid was described as a man with an adventurous spirit who loved camping with friends or driving fast in his four-by-four truck. He is survived by parents Tom and Angela.

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Incident# 11
Jul 22 2006

Two Canadian soldiers died and eight others were wounded when a suicide bomber rammed into the last vehicle of a coalition convoy near Kandahar City then blew himself up.

19
Corporal Francisco Gomez

Age: 44
From: Edmonton, Alberta
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Gomez was a career officer who served in the Canadian army for 23 years to ``stand up to the bullies of the world.'' survived by parents Joan and George and brother Richard.

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Corporal Jason Patrick Warren

Age: 29
From: Quebec City, Quebec
Unit: The Black Watch 'Royal Highland Regiment' of Canada (Montréal, Québec)

Army service was a long-time tradition in Warren's family; his sister is a corporal and his grandfather is a retired brigadier-general. Warren, who also served in Bosnia, was described as a natural leader keen to make a difference in the lives of those hurt by the Taliban.

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Incident# 10
Jul 9 2006

A Canadian soldier was killed and two injured in a firefight with Taliban insurgents west of the Kandahar airfield.

17
Corporal Anthony Joseph Boneca

Age: 21
From: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Unit: Lake Superior Scottish Regiment (Thunder Bay, Ontario)

A man of courage, the fun-loving Boneca played football in his high school days. He is survived by his parents.

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Incident# 9
May 17 2006

A Canadian soldier is killed in a Taliban ambush during a firefight in the Panjwaii region of Afghanistan.

16
Captain Nichola Kathleen Sarah Goddard

Age: 26
From: Calgary, Alberta
Unit: 1st Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (Shilo, Manitoba)

Goddard was the first Canadian woman to die in a combat role. A dog-lover and active volunteer for the Calgary girl guides, Goddard loved being in the thick of the action. She is survived by her husband, parents and sisters.

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Incident# 8
Apr 22 2006

Four Canadian soldiers were killed in the Gumbad region of Afghanistan when their armoured vehicle struck a roadside bomb.

15
Corporal Matthew David James Dinning

Age: 23
From: Richmond Hill, Ontario
Unit: 2 Military Police Platoon (Petawawa, Ontario)

Dinning's death became a lightning rod for criticism of Ottawa when his father complained about federal policy concerning media coverage of repatriation ceremonies. Dinning was a tough and resilient hockey player who is survived by his parents and brother.

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Bombardier Myles Stanley John Mansell

Age: 25
From: Victoria, British Columbia
Unit: 5th British Columbia Field Artillery Regiment (Victoria, British Columbia)

Mansell loved being a soldier; he sent flowers and a teddy bear to fiancee Lindsay Sullivan just three weeks before his death. He is survived by fianceé and parents.

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Corporal Randy Payne

Age: 32
From: Gananoque, Ontario
Unit: 1 Garrison Military Police Company (Detachment Wainwright, Alberta)

Born into a military family, Payne was a military police officer who was hand-picked to help protect Canada's top general. He is survived by his wife, two young children, parents and a brother in the armed forces.

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Lieutenant William Turner

Age: 45
From: Toronto, Ontario
Unit: 20th Field Artillery Regiment (Edmonton, Alberta)

Turner left a bottle of whisky with a friend to be opened upon his safe return. A competitive cyclist celebrated for his prowess and team spirit, Turner was described as a courageous and hard-working soldier.

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Incident# 7
Mar 29 2006

A Canadian soldier is killed defending his fellow soldiers from a Taliban attack about 110 kilometres north of Kandahar.

11
Private Robert Costall

Age: 22
From: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Unit: 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

A machine-gunner who took great pride in his job and in being Canadian; survived by wife Chrissy, baby son Colin and parents.

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Incident# 6
Mar 4 2006

A second Canadian soldier has died due to injuries suffered during a vehicle accident in Afghanistan when a LAV-III light armoured vehicle crashed into a taxi near Kandahar and flipped.

10
Master Corporal Timothy Wilson

Age: 30
From: Grande Prairie, Alberta
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Selfless, highly respected man; died in a U.S. military hospital in Germany with wife Daphne and mother Jane at his side.

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Incident# 5
Mar 2 2006

A Canadian soldier was killed in an armoured vehicle crash near Kandahar.

9
Corporal Paul Davis

Age: 28
From: Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Shilo, Manitoba)

Dedicated soldier remembered for his bravery and cameraderie with fellow soldiers; survived by wife Melanie, young daughters, mother Connie Davis, father, and stepmother. "His compassion and genuine regard for others was truly a breath of fresh air in a world filled with hurt and cruelty," Cpl. Shane Schofield said during one of three emotional eulogies.

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Incident# 4
Nov 24 2005

One Canadian soldier was killed in Afghanistan when a light armoured vehicle rolled over near Kandahar.

8
Private Braun Scott Woodfield

Age: 24
From: Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia
Unit: 2nd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Oromocto, New Brunswick)

Carried on a family tradition when he joined the military; served as a peacekeeper in Haiti; survived by sister Lyndi and parents Daniel and Beverley. Braun Woodfield could have been anything he wanted to be. He had no end to his options ... and just over two years ago he volunteered to join the army .... he volunteered to wear the Canadian flag on his shoulder because he wanted to help people.

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Incident# 3
Jan 27 2004

One Canadian soldier was killed when a routine patrol was attacked by a suicide bomber near Kabul.

7
Corporal Jamie Brendan Murphy

Age: 26
From: Conception Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador
Unit: 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

A practical joker whose smile and winning nature kept him out of trouble, Murphy had planned to propose to his girlfriend upon return. He is survived by parents and three siblings.

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Incident# 2
Oct 2 2003

Two Canadian soldiers were killed when a jeep struck an explosive device while patrolling the Afghan capital of Kabul.

6
Corporal Robbie Christopher Beerenfenger

Age: 29
From: Ottawa, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Described as always ready to take charge and give his all in battle, Beerenfenger is survived by wife Tina, two sons and baby daughter and mother. When John Beerenfenger heard that his only grandson had been killed yesterday in Afghanistan, he said a silent prayer. Then wept for hours. His grandson wouldn't approve, he thought to himself. Even though Cpl. Robbie Beerenfenger's wife had just given birth to their fourth child, he didn't think twice when he got the call to serve in Kabul.

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Sergeant Robert Alan Short

Age: 42
From: Fredericton, New Brunswick
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario)

Short was an ardent Toronto Maple Leafs fan who believed Stanley Cup glory was just around the corner. He was described as a practical, optimistic man who through devotion and determination accomplished extraordinary things on a regular basis. Survived by wife Susan.

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Incident# 1
Apr 18 2002

Four Canadian soldiers were killed in Afghanistan after an American F-16 plane accidentally bombed their position. The soldiers were taking part in a nighttime live-fire nighttime training exercise 14 kilometres from Kandahar airbase.

4
Corporal Ainsworth Dyer

Age: 24
From: Montréal, Québec
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Paratrooper with astonishing endurance; once finished military triathlon with a broken foot; survived by father Paul, sister Carolyn and fianceé Jocelyn Van Sloten. Dyer's sister Suzette Wright, 31, said it was difficult not to feel angry about the circumstance of her brother's death. "He should never have died the way he died. If he had died fighting (the enemy) we could have grieved a different way," Wright said

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Private Richard Green

Age: 21
From: Mill Cove, Nova Scotia
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Paratrooper known for intense work ethic that earned him parachute jump wings before heading to Afghanistan. Known as Ricky, kept quiet about accomplishments but never shied away from hard work. After death, friend retrieved an engagement ring from his belongings and gave it to his high school sweetheart Miranda Boutilier.

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Sergeant Marc D. Léger

Age: 29
From: Lancaster, Ontario
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

A humanitarian who served in Bosnia and dedicated himself to rebuilding a shattered village in the Livno Valley; survived by wife and parents. On May 10 2003, his widow, Marley Léger, opened a restored community centre in the Vrbica village in Livno Valley Bosnia, which was rebuilt using money from a memorial fund and the Canadian International Development Agency.

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Private Nathan Smith

Age: 26
From: Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia
Unit: 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Edmonton, Alberta)

Optimistic and good natured, friends say Smith faced all situations with a lovable, goofy smile. Nathan was the only son of Lloyd & Charlotte (Williams) Smith. H His hobbies were running, scuba diving and reading anything about the military. He had been in Kandahar six months, & planned to marry his longtime girlfriend, Jodie May Carter upon his return to Canada.

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ALPHABETIC INDEX

ALLARD, Matthieu
ANDERSON, Jordan
ARNAL, James (Jim) Hayward
ARNDT, Raymond
ARNOLD, Glen
AUDET, Patrice

BAKER, Joshua Caleb
BARTSCH, Cole D.
BASON, Colin Stuart Francis
BEAUCHAMP, Nicolas Raymond
BEERENFENGER, Robbie Christopher
BLAIS, Karine
BLAKE, Craig
BOBBITT, Christian
BONECA, Anthony Joseph
BOUTHILLIER, Jack
BOUZANE, Stephen Frederick
BOYES, Jason
BOYES, Justin Garrett
BRAUN, David
BROWN, Dennis Raymond
BULGER, Nick
BYERS, David

CASWELL, Darryl
CHIDLEY, Garret William
COLLIER, Brian
COSTALL, Robert
COURCY, Sébastien
COUTURIER, Jonathan
CROOKS, Tyler
CURWIN, John Michael Roy
CUSHLEY, William Jonathan James

DALLAIRE, Kevin
DAVIS, Paul
DAWE, Matthew Johnathan
DIAB, Marc
DINNING, Matthew David James
DION, Jonathan
DIPLAROS, Demetrios
DOWNEY, Brendan Anthony
DOYLE, Erin
DROUIN, Jean-Francois
DUBE, Martin
DUCHESNE, Christian
DYER, Ainsworth

EADES, Shawn
EYKELENBOOM, Andrew James

FAUGHT, John Wayne (Toast)
FITZPATRICK, Darren James
FORTIN, Dany Oliver
FRANCIS, Jefferson Clifford
FREEMAN, Michael Bruce

GIESEBRECHT, Kristal
GILLAM, Craig Paul
GIROUARD, Robert
GODDARD, Nichola Kathleen Sarah
GOMEZ, Francisco
GONTHIER, Etienne
GOOD, Brian Richard
GOUDREAULT, Martin
GRAHAM, Mark Anthony
GREEN, Richard
GREENFIELD, Sean
GREENSLADE, David Robert
GREFF, Byron
GRENNON, Andrew Paul

HAMILTON, Thomas James
HAYAKAZE, Michael Yuki
HAYES, Corey Joseph
HORN, Chadwick James
HORNBURG, Nathan

INGRAM, Vaughan

JOANNETTE, Martin
JONES, Justin Peter

KARIGIANNIS, Christos
KEATING, Shane
KELLER, Bryce Jeffrey
KENNEDY, Kevin Vincent
KLUKIE, Josh
KLUMPENHOUWER, Anthony
KRUSE, Gregory John

LABBÉ, Éric
LEARY, Richard (Steve)
LÉGER, Marc D.
LÉVESQUE, Michel Jr.
LONGTIN, Simon
LORMAND, Patrick
LUCAS, Donald

MACNEIL, James Patrick
MANNING, Karl
MANSELL, Myles Stanley John
MARSHALL, Steven
MARTIN, Steve
MASSOUH, Hani
MCCORMACK, Zachery
MCCULLY, Matthew
MCKAY, Kevin Thomas
MCLAREN, Mark Robert
MEGENEY, Kevin
MELLISH, Frank Robert
MENDES, Michelle
MERCIER, Mario
MICHAUD, Charles-Philippe
MILLER, Andrew
MIOK, George
MITCHELL, Robert Thomas James
MORIN, Darby
MORLEY, Keith
MURPHY, Jamie Brendan

NATTALL, Andrew Richard
NOLAN, Richard Francis

O`QUINN, Kenneth Chad
OUELLET, Jeremie

PARKER, Geoff
PAUL, Frank
PAYNE, Randy
PÉLOQUIN, Alexandre
PENTLAND, Patrick James
PEPIN, Yanick
PINKSEN, Brian
POLAND, Brent
PRIEDE, Darrell Jason

REID, Christopher Jonathan
RENAUD, Richard
ROBERGE, Gaetan Joseph
ROBERTS, Joshua Brian
ROY, Francis
RUCKPAUL, Raymond
RUDD, Larry John Zuidema

SCHERRER, Yannick
SEGGIE, Michael James Alexander
SHIPWAY, Scott
SHORT, Robert Alan
SMITH, Nathan
SNYDER, Jonathan (Jon) Sutherland
STACHNIK, Shane
STANNIX, Christopher Paul
STARKER, Michael
STEWART, Allan
STOCK, Stephen John
STORM, Albert
STREET, Terry John

TAYLOR, Kirk
TEDFORD, Darcy
TODD, Tyler William
TURNER, William

VERNELLI, Scott Francis

WALSH, Jeffrey Scott
WARREN, Jason Patrick
WASDEN, Dustin Roy Robert Joseph
WATKINS, Lane William Thomas
WIEBE, Joel Vincent
WILLIAMS, Aaron E.
WILLIAMSON, Blake Neil
WILMOT, Colin William
WILSON, Mark Andrew
WILSON, Robert John
WILSON, Timothy
WOODFIELD, Braun Scott


Images and information courtesy of
 National Defence Website

Updated Jul 7th 2011
www.icasualties.org


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