Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Jason Patrick Warren

In memory of
Jason Patrick Warren
July 22, 2006
Kandahar, Afghanistan

Military Service:

The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada
Canadian Peacekeepers Service Medal, Sacrifice Medal (Posthumous)

Additional Information:

October 17, 1976 Quebec City, Québec
February 9, 1999

Son of Gerald and Deborah Warren of Kanata, Ontario. Corporal Warren also had seen service in Bosnia in 2002. He also left a brother and a sister to mourn his loss. Corporal Warren attended Quebec High School, graduating in 1994. The Alumni Foundation confirmed that the School would be commemorating the life of Cpl Warren.

Commemorated on Page 220 of the In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information:

Grave Reference:
OTTAWA (BEECHWOOD) CEMETERY contains 98 Commonwealth burials of the First World War and 113 from the Second World War. Many of the graves are in the two veterans plots, where there is also a Cross of Sacrifice dedicated to all service casualties buried in the cemetery. The OTTAWA CREMATION MEMORIAL is in a shelter adjoining the newer of the veterans plots in the cemetery and commemorates 26 Second World War servicmen whose remains were cremated elsewhere in Canada and the U.S.A.

Digital Collection

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  • Photo of Jason Patrick Warren – Proud of you, always
  • Photo of Jason Warren – Corporal Jason Patrick Warren of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada based in Montreal was one of two Canadian soldiers killed on July 22, 2006 when a suicide bomber rammed a vehicle packed with explosives into their convoy approximately 5 kilometres west of Kandahar City on Highway One. Cpl. Warren was travelling in a combat service support convoy that was returning to Kandahar Airfield after successful operations in Helmand and Kandahar provinces. Eight other Canadian soldiers were injured in the same incident.
  • Photo of Jason Patrick Warren – Cpl Jason Patrick Warren photographed in front of the country mural in the Bazaar-i-Panjwaai local school while participating in a Civic Outreach as part of the Tactical PSYOPS Team in June 2006.

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