Born: London, Ontario, January 2, 1974.
Jason played 49 times for Canada during his career that spanned nearly 20 years playing competitive soccer at the highest levels. He captained the team that won the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2000 where he scored the winning goal to notch one of Canada's most memorable achievements. After the Canadian Soccer League folded Jason signed with Montreal Impact, then playing in the American Professional Soccer League appearing in 55 games and scoring three goals. In 1996 Jason moved to England where he played a total of 44 games for Darlington in the Third Division of the Football League and scored five goals. In 1998 he moved north to Scotland and signed for Dundee United of the Scottish Premier League becoming a regular in the Scottish Premier League team where he played 93 games and scored 2 goals and also captained the team in his final season. In 2001 was transferred to Wigan Athletic, for 500,000 pounds and captained the team to the Nationwide Second Division championship in the 2002-03 season, playing in 43 games and scoring eight goals. The following season in Nationwide First Division the team just missed out on a Premier League playoff place finishing seventh. Moving further south in 2004 to Ipswich Town he remained at Portman Road until he retired in 2008 appearing in total of 171 games and scoring 10 goals. Jason played a total of 398 games and scored 32 goals in the English divisions before retiring at the end of the 2007-2008 season. Following his retirement as a player he became an analyst on soccer telecasts with CBC-TV.
Clubs he has played for during his career are: London Lazers 1990, Kitchener Spirit 1991, London Lazers 1992, Montreal Impact 1993-96, Darlington 1996-98, Dundee United 1998-2001, Wigan Athletic 2001-2004, Ipswich Town 2004-2008