For the Canadian and RCAF casualties, this pdf: https://www.bombercommandmuseumarchi...airwar1942.pdf seems to have details for them.
Here are the first few:
Flying Officer Ralph Ervin McLEOD (J/3522) - Blackburn Shark III 518, collided with Shark 549 when practicing air firing, crashed at Shattock Hill, B.C. Also killed was J. E. E. Cormier. Shark 549 landed safely.
Squadron Leader William H. E. DRURY (C/1265) - Hampden TB.1 P1199 of 5 (C)O.T.U., collided with Beaufort L9932. See also: http://www.rafcommands.com/archive/05218.php
Flying Officer Henry Oswald NICHOLL (C/2478) - died of natural causes in hospital in Edmonton
Leading Aircraftman Robert Frederick James CROWHURST (1383688) - Harvard 2724 of 32 S.F.T.S.
Aircraftman 2nd Class Emile DE LORME (R/94423) - died of natural causes in hospital.
Flight Lieutenant James Lee MITCHELL (C/2572) - Hudson III V9125, lost of ferry flight. Also lost F/Sgt F. F. Garrity DFM and F/O K. P. O'Donnell (Aus.) [with a note quoting TSNGO which has Garrity lost on a 206 Sqn Sunderland].
Aircraftman 1st Class Joseph Fitzgerald AGAR (921569) - Anson I W1722, collided with Anson N5358.
I can post more, or is the link to the pdf sufficient? Also, comments and observations as to the pdf's accuracy welcome.