According to this announcement, Canada would soon have two complete military divisions, comprising 60,000 men at the front. In addition, there were two divisions training in Canada that would soon be sent to the front as well. One hundred doctors would also be sent to Britain or France in response to a request made by the War Office for additional medical aid. Once the new Canadian divisions were sent to the front, Canada would have about 300 doctors and 450 nurses in hospitals in England or France.
“Canadian Reinforcements,” Berlin Daily Telegraph, June 10, 1915.