The Casualty Identification Program, part of the DND Directorate of History and Heritage, exists to identify the remains of Canadian war dead so that they may be buried with their name, by their regiment, and in the presence of family.
Family members of the Canadian military whose final resting place is not known can now help in the program’s investigations. The Casualty ID Program has created an online registration form that may help by providing valuable information about the soldier and relevant family information, such as genealogy.
Check out Casualty Identification Program for further information. It includes a section on DNA explaining that they use mitochondrial and Y-STR data. I’m hoping that page, from