The Intelligencer November 28, 1914 (page 2)

“Twenty-two Thousand Canadians Perform at Salisbury; a Splendid Spectacle. …  For the first time the whole Canadian division is out on manoeuvres, which will prove a most welcome change to the keen spirits who, for some time, have been eager to get busy at a real kind of drill which is necessary before they are fit for the front.”