Months passed uneventfully at Camp Wainwright. Here are some excerpts starting from early 1946. (skipped days are not marked; all typos in original; the diary no longer shows the day of the week)
16 - Colder. Escort personnel selected for escorting PW to U.K. are being inoculated, given Schick tests, Typhus, T.A.B.T. & vacination.
30 Jan - Weather quite cold. Instructions received that 43 PW Other Ranks are to be despatched at once to Lethbridge for embarkation to U.K.
31 Jan - ... Preparations being made for PW other ranks to proceed to U.K. this is first draft to leave Canada,
Word received that 14 O.R. PW are to proceed to Lethbridge to work on individual farms
19 FEB - Fine clear day, about 6 degrees above zero
Lieut. Halstead Naval Intelligence arrived to-day and gave a lecture to PW
28 - Weather clearing. ... 70 PW with Escort 1 Officer and 14 OR's left Camp for Lethbridge at 1600 hrs.
12 - 40 above and cloudy. Inspection of Enclosure 1030 hrs. Quarters clean. Concert held in the Enclosure at 2000. Commandant and a Senior Officer attending. Very good.