OTTAWA — Here is a by-the-numbers look at some parts of the federal auditor general's report released Tuesday:
112: The number of veterans using medical marijuana in 2013-14.
1,320: The number of veterans using medical marijuana at the end of 2015.
$408,000: Cost of medical marijuana for vets in 2013-14.
$12.1 million: Cost of medical marijuana for vets at the end of 2015.
$25 million: Estimated cost of medical marijuana for vets this year.
$80 million: Cost of all prescription drugs for veterans in 2014-15.
29,000: Ideal number of people in the army reserve in 2014–15 as determined by National Defence.
21,000: Number of full- and part-time reservists funded in the period.
$334.9 million: Money budgeted for 21,000 reservists.
13,944: Number of soldiers in the reserve who are actually trained and have attended training or unit activities in the last six months.
The Canadian Press