Tours in Canada by Canadian Pacific

The holiday angle of canada

“Don’t overlook the holiday angle of Canada! You think of its extraordinary wealth in wheat, cattle, minerals, timber, water-powers and fisheries, of the energy of its people, and forget that within its boundaries – which roughly countain almost as much land as all Europe – it has to offer to the holiday-seeker not only almost anything that Europe has, but a great many other things that the older continent has not. Its history is not so long as Europe’s, but just as romantic. Its mountains are higher, its rivers wider. It has lakes as large as countries, and trees as high as churchspires. It has colour, charm, variety, freshness, and ‘pep’.”

Château Frontenac, Quebec City,Canada
Bow Falls, Banff, Alberta, Canada
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Domininion Square, Montreal, Canada

beauties of canada

“It has, at one coast, the rocky cliffs of Nova Scotia, frowning across to England-on the other, the lovely flower-scented Pacific Coast, looking across to China. It has Niagara Falls, Lake Superior, quaint old Quebec, prairies, forests, hustling modern cities like Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg, and old-world fishing villages.”

Lake Ohara, Yoho Park, British Columbia, Canada
Kenora, Ontario, Canada
Butchart Gardens, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta, Canada
Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Stanley Park,Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

About this Canadian Pacific brochure

Brochure published by Canadian Pacific (“Railways, steamships, hotels, tours, cruises, express, telegraph, colonization, development” sic) to promote the Canada as a touristic destination. 38 pages. 22,8 x 27,9 cm.

Title: “Tours in Canada / Canadian Pacific”

Creator: Cover signed Van Jonet

Published : Canadian Pacific, Great-Britain, 1931

Language: English

Ref / Date: AI-TE-C-1931-A / 2012