March 15, 1920 (13th Parliament, 4th Session)

UNION

Hon. Mr. SIFTON: (Secretary of State of Canada)

Unionist

1. No definite information can be furnished: until all documents have been returned, from overseas and compilations made, but the following are the figures for enlistments, 1914 to 15th November, 1918, obtained from returns rendered by telegraph from the several Military Districts and allotted to the provinces from which such recruits were-obtained:
Ontario, 245,677; Quebec, 82,793; New Brunswick, 25,864; Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, 33,342; Manitoba, 66,319;. Saskatchewan, 37,666; Alberta, 45,146; British Columbia, 51,438; Yukon, 2,327; total, 590,572.
2. Number of C.E.F. pensioners in each province as at January 1, 1920:
Ontarfo, 25,660; Quebec, 6,111; Manitoba, 5,411; Alberta, 6,269; Saskatchewan, 4,585; British Columbia, 6,436; Prince Edward Island, 384; New Brunswick, 2,053; Nova: Scotia, 3,315; total, 60,224.
IMr. Ballantyne.]

Amount paid to C.E.F. pensioners in each province, as at January, 1920:
Ontario, $5,091,200.60; Quebec, $1,212,483.51; Manitoba, $1,073,596.51; Alberta, $1,243,32.29; Saskatchewan, $909,709.85; British Columbia, $1,276,966.76; Prince Edward Island, $76,189.44; New Brunswick, $407,335.73; Nova Scotia, $657,729.15; total, $11,949,043.84.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   ENLISTMENTS IN C.E.F.
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