How many Canadian's died in 911?
26 Canadians died in 9/11.
According to multiple sources, on September 11, 2001, 24-26 Canadians were killed in New York. Fortunately, no Canadians were killed at the Pentagon nor AA Flight 93.
None of the firefighters who died on 911 were female.
Approximately 44,198 Canadians were killed in WWII.
Nearly 3,000 people died in the 911 attacks
it is unknown
No Canadian astronaut has ever died in space.
the way 911 affected america was that many people died in the pentagon and in the twin towers.
343 firefighters died in 9/11
19 Hijackers died at The 9/11 Attack
Over 3,000 people died.
About 2,800 people died.
42,042 Canadians died fighting WW2. As well as 1,148 Canadian merchant seamen were killed. source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_history_of_Canada_during_the_Second_World_War
Canada stayed out of the war. Approximately 120 foreigners serving in the US military died in VN, some of those men no doubt were Canadians.
how many pepole died in chiles?
Many people died in 9/11. Including the terrorists, but 2,977 innocent people died due to that event
Canada's casualties totalled 1,558 including 516 who died.
I learnt this at school,at around 3,000 people died.
2,063 people died during the attacks.
more than 180
unknown but 19 and they commited suicide
343 Fallen Heroes
unknown but 19 and those were terroist
In 911 attack there were about 2,752 people that died
343 NYFD firefighters and paramedics
2977 as given data
i belive it was 60,000 Canadians
Unless they were part of the British crews, none.
40 thousand canadians
Almost 400 firefighters. And about 3,000 other people died.
Yes, most Canadians do in fact live. -------- Actually no. More Canadians have died than live so most Canadians are dead.
Most of the Canadians that died overseas remain there. Only two military cemeteries exist in the country. There were 42,789 Canadians that died during the war and all but a few thousand remain there.
1,267,000 Canadians served in World War 2 and 37,000 died in that war. (Approx 43,000 died according to both Canadian Encyclopedia and Canadian Veterans Affairs)
Well over 9,000 Americans, British, and Canadians died in total. Such a small #.
I think 3,000 I'm not sure
My google search comes up with 12.
From what i have researched, 123 firemen died on September 11th. Although i am not absolutely positive. x
Whatever... I was looking this up for my project...looks like I'll have to google it.
312 dead 1,212 wounded 1 MIA 32 POW
Many Canadians do.
Over 2000 canadians were killed in the battle of Ypres during WW1. This was the first time poison gas (made from chlorine) was introduced in WW1.
2753 people died in the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Officially 224. Canadians fought with the British and under British command so there could be one or two that might fit either classification. Officially 224. Canadians fought with the British and under British command so there could be more.
a total of 72 Police officers died, 343 Firefighters died, and 1 Police dog named Sirius died. the story on how Sirius died is on the website below.
One estimate puts the number near 45,000 - nearly 0.5% of the population at that time.
Not all Canadians dislike Americans. However, many Canadians get frustrated by the stereotypes that they are put under, and many Canadians are very competitive concerning athletic events like hockey.
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twenty five fire fighters died in 9 11 we should honor and respect them. they id this for those who were in the towers!