|Clicking on CEF ENLISTMENT makes the pie graphs representing enlistment in the CEF visible.|
|Clicking on the individual layers within the MILITARY INTALLATIONS folder makes visible the corresponding coloured circles or triangles representing military installations. The label button beside the individual layer names () will turn on and off the city and town name labels. Alien internment camps is the active layer (see Active Layers below).|
|Modern Geography (current provincial and territorial boundaries, as well as selected cities), and is available for reference.|
|Alien internment camps is the active layer. Use the tools below to get data about the alien internment camps in this layer.|
|Identify: Click on the Identify tool, then click on the map on one of the alien internment camps, to pop up a box showing the name of city, town or nearest settlement where the camp was located.|
|Table: Click on the Table tool, then click or drag a rectangle on the map across one or more cit(ies)/town(s), to pop up a table showing information about the selected cit(ies)/town(s). See Table Fields below.|
|City or town||City, town or nearest settlement where camp was located.|
|Province||Province where the camp was located.|
|Location||Detailed location of the facility in which the camp was located.|
|Date established||Date on which the camp was established.|
|Date closed||Date on which the camp was closed.|
|The data for Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) training camps and winter camps are combined; when they occur at the same place, only one camp is indicated. CEF includes 124,588 male recruits raised by the Military Service Act; it does not include 2,854 women who volunteered as nursing sisters. Eligible population is that of 1911.
Enlistment is shown by place of enlistment and does not include those who enlisted in the CEF in the United States (6 986) or the United Kingdom (3 079). Newfoundland enlistment was in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, not the CEF.
There were 8,579 'aliens' interned in the camps, 5,417 of whom were civilians: 5,954 were Austro-Hungarian, 2,009 German, and 616 of other nationalities.