The Canadian Paramedic Memorial Foundation is committed to building a National Monument honouring the dedication and sacrifice of all Canadian Civilian and Military Paramedics who have lost their lives in the line-of-duty.

Darrell Cronin

October 2, 1998

John O’Mahoney

December 6, 2010

Shawn Currier

May 17, 2006

Mark Salesse

February 11, 2015

Colin Wilmot

July 8, 2008

Carol Schlamp

April 5, 1990

Charles Ransom

June 26, 1989

Phillip Young

April 30, 1992

Kim Weitzel

May 17, 2006

Glen Arnold

September 18, 2006

Nicholas Beauchamp

November 17, 2007

Manueal Caudros

July 27, 1995

Donald Contant

November 30, 1988

Wayne Dufty

May 29, 2003

Andrew Eykelenboom

August 11, 2006

Richard Cocks

October 15, 1980

Dustin Dagenais

May 31, 2013

Jacques Beauregard

April 22, 2000

Christian Duchesne

August 22, 2007

Michael Jolin

March 11, 2007

Andy Goedicke

January 11, 1995

Leigh Schroeder

October 25, 2019Leigh Schroeder and his partner were responding to a call on the evening of October 25th, 2019. Their ambulance was involved in a head-on collision during that response and Leigh subsequently died of the injuries sustained in the collision. Leigh was a...

Wendy Thompson

January 11, 1995

Ken Doughty

October 4, 1995

Ronald MacDonald

February 11, 1997

Jean Roy

October 2, 1998

Theresa Bond

April 05, 1990

John Rossiter

September 29, 2003

Francois Pichette

October 4, 1999

Ivan Polivka

October 19, 2010

William Mallock

August 16, 2014

Tony Sunderland

June 4, 1988

Jo-Ann Fuller

October 19, 2010

Janick Gilbert

October 27, 2011

Alfred Barr

March 8, 2017

Andrew Miller

June 26, 2010

Andrea Thompson

October 2, 2005

April Hopkins

October 20, 2002

Ronald O’Neill

October 15, 1980

Kirk Noel

July 13, 2006

Peter Madill

November 30, 1980

Paul Patterson

February 25, 2007

Ian Harris

November 30, 1988

Mike Gray

April 8, 2008

Keith Barrie

July 27, 1995

Wade Fisher

October 15, 1980

“The Foundation is such an important cause – it brings hope and recognizes the passion and dedication of Paramedics.”




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The Foundation is continuing its commitment to build a National Monument honouring all Canadian Paramedics who have lost their lives in the line-of-duty.  The Monument will recognize the dedication and sacrifice of our fallen Paramedics and be a place for family, friends and colleagues to mourn and remember.

Canadian Paramedics are an integral part of Emergency Services throughout this nation.  These first responders are dedicated to the safety, security and preservation of life both at home and abroad.  Often engaged in dangerous places, events and sometimes unimaginable situations, Paramedics serve us all proudly.

The Foundation believes after consultation that the Monument should be in the Nation’s Capital – Ottawa, Canada for all Canadians to see.  The Foundation is currently working with the National Capital Commission to obtain the necessary approvals to facilitate the selection of the Monument’s final location.

An initial artist design concept rendering of the monument was contracted by the Foundation that was used in our awareness campaign.  A national architectural engineering design competition will be opened once fundraising is completed.

Everyone has, or will someday, be touched by the service of Canadian Paramedics. Give generously as every dollar counts – no donation is too small.  The Foundation relies solely on public donations and corporate sponsorship for fundraising.


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