|Last Name||Rank||First Name||Unit||Theatre of Operations||Location||Date Deceased||Published|
|ABBOTT (nee Pennington)||Sergeant||Kathleen (Kae)||Canadian Women’s Army Corps||World War II||Newbury, Ontario, Canada||May 1987|
|ABBOTT-SMITH||John W.||Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada||October 30th, 1995||March 1996|
|ABBOTTS||Able Seaman||Kenneth||Royal Canadian Navy||World War II||May 29th, 2011||September/October 2011|
|ABDALLA||Petty Officer||Louis||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Coaticook, Quebec, Canada||January 3rd, 1991||April 1991|
|ABEAR||Corporal||George||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Summerland, British Columbia, Canada||April 9th, 1985||July 1985|
|ABEAR||Gordon F.||Canadian Army||World War II||Penticton, British Columbia, Canada||August 8th, 1994||November/December 1994|
|ABEL||Corporal||Stanley||Royal Canadian Army Service Corps||World War II||Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada||December 8th, 1994||April 1995|
|ABEL||Lance-Corporal||Walter G.||British Columbia Dragoons||World War II||Osoyoos, British Columbia, Canada||March 30th, 2001||November/December 2001|
|ABEL||Angus||Sudbury, Ontario, Canada||October 8th, 1997||March/April 1998|
|ABEL||Laurence V.||Canadian Army||World War II||Melville, Saskatchewan, Canada||December 16th, 1998||September/October 1999|
|ABEL||Private||George||Algonquin Regiment, Brockville Rifles||World War II||Ontario, Canada||September 2nd, 1999||March/April 2000|
|ABEL||Private||John D.||Elgin Regiment||World War II||Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada||August 23rd, 1998||March/April 1999|
|ABEL||Bombardier||Roy G.||Royal Canadian Artillery||World War II||Alberta, Canada||December 17th, 2004||November/December 2005|
|ABEL||Flying Officer||John||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||British Columbia, Canada||October 27th, 2010||March/April 2011|
|ABEL||Private||A.L.||World War II||Osoyoos, British Columbia, Canada||October 16th, 1990||February 1991|
|ABEL||Gunner||Harvey G.||Royal Canadian Artillery||World War II||London, Ontario, Canada||February 23rd, 1991||June 1991|
|ABEL||David C.||Royal Canadian Air Force||Sidney, British Columbia, Canada||December 10th, 2005||November/December 2006|
|ABEL||David||Army||World War II||North York, Ontario, Canada||February 17th, 2017||November 2017|
|ABEL||Lieutenant||Donald A.||Governor General’s Foot Guards, Royal Canadian Armoured Corps||High River, Alberta, Canada||May 10th, 2018||November 2019|
|ABEL||Gunner||Alex B.||Army||World War II||Minnedosa, Manitoba, Canada||October 12th, 2017||November 2018|
|ABELL||George E.||Royal Canadian Mounted Police||Windsor, Nova Scotia, Canada||November 27th, 2014||May/June 2015|
|ABELL||Private||Gerald H.||Canadian Armoured Corps||World War II||New Brunswick, Canada||October 18th, 1998||March/April 1999|
|ABELL||George R.||Canadian Army||World War II||Chatham, Ontario, Canada||April 19th, 2003||November/December 2003|
|ABELL||Sergeant||Edward J.||Canadian Army||World War II||Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada||1986||Web Only|
|ABELL||Ned||World War II||Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada||August 22nd, 1986||November 1986|
|ABELL||Staff Sergeant||George W.||Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers||World War II, Korean War||Ontario, Canada||December 6th, 2000||March/April 2001|
|ABELL||Sergeant||Jerald E.||Royal Canadian Air Force, Canadian Forces||Saskatchewan, Canada||September 28th, 2000||March/April 2001|
|ABELLS||Corporal||David||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||December 30th, 2014||November/December 2015|
|ABELSON||Leading Aircraftman||Austin Wilfred||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Red Deer, Alberta, Canada||June 29th, 1988||October 1988|
|ABERCOMBIE||Leading Aircraftman||Frank R.||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Collingwood, Ontario, Canada||April 15th, 1995||August 1995|
|ABERCROMBIE||Henry E.||Royal Canadian Navy||World War II||Victoria, British Columbia, Canada||September 14th, 1994||January 1995|
|ABERCROMBIE||Lieutenant||George||Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 4th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment||World War II||Ontario, Canada||December 24th, 2007||November/December 2008|
|ABERCROMBIE||Private||Terrance R.||South Saskatchewan Regiment,||World War II, Regular Force||Victoria, British Columbia, Canada||April 12th, 1983||June/July 1983|
|ABERCROMBIE||Gunner||Bruce E||Royal Canadian Artillery||World War II||Lindsay, Ontario, Canada||October 22nd, 1989||February 1990|
|ABERCROMBIE||Gunner||David A.||World War II||Grandview, Manitoba, Canada||April 9th, 1993||July/August 1993|
|ABERCROMBY||Private||John A.||Canadian Scottish Regiment||British Columbia, Canada||December 2nd, 2002||November/December 2003|
|ABERDEEN||Private||Gilbert L.||Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry||World War II||Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada||July 18th, 1988||December 1988/January 1989|
|ABERDIEN||Able Seaman||George M.||Royal Navy||World War II||British Columbia, Canada||April 29th, 2009||Web Only|
|ABERLE||Gunner||Michael||Royal Canadian Artillery||World War II||Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada||February 20th, 1990||July/August 1990|
|ABERNETHY||James A.||Victoria, British Columbia, Canada||February 23rd, 1997||September/October 1997|
|ABERNETHY||Petty Officer||Robert G.||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II||Ontario, Canada||July 30th, 2001||November/December 2001|
|ABERNETHY||E.K.||Canadian Dental Corps||Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada||February 18th, 1985||May 1985|
|ABERNETHY||Able Seaman||Earl Kemp||Royal Canadian Navy||World War II||Vanier, Ontario, Canada||May 1st, 1985||August 1985|
|ABERNETHY||Douglas||Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps||World War II||Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada||August 31st, 2018||November 2019|
|ABERNETHY||Charlotte Isobel||Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service||World War II, Regular Force||Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada||September 25th, 1983||January 1983|
|ABERNETHY||Rae J.||Royal Canadian Navy||World War II||Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada||December 26th, 2016||November 2017|
|ABERNOT||John J.||World War II||Longlac, Ontario, Canada||August 1995||January 1996|
|ABERoyal Canadian RegimentOMBIE||Wm. C.||World War II||Grandview, Manitoba, Canada||August 14th, 1986||December 1986/January 1987|
|ABERSON||Trooper||William H.||Canadian Army||World War II||Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada||December 25th, 2014||November/December 2015|
|ABEY||Private||Frank Harold||World War I||Devon, Alberta, Canada||June 13th, 1985||October 1985|
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