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[Across Canada by the CPR = Some of Those Days]

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1920 to 1930


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Library and Archives Canada: 35mm, VHS.
"This tourists film introduces major Canadian cities and provides images of each place with its attractions. Over 3,600 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific takes five days to cross, by Canadian Pacific Railway. Starts at Saint John, New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy. Its attractions are the Algonquin Hotel and salmon fishing. Quebec City is the oldest city in the North America. The Chateau Frontenac Hotel towering over the St Lawrence. Montreal is Canadian Pacific headquarters and Trans-Canada Limited. Ottawa is the capital of the nation. Toronto is the Queen City. Niagara Falls is connected to the French River and Georgian Bay. Canadian Pacific steamer carries its passengers across the Great Lakes. Winnipeg to the prairies and across the prairies through Regina and Saskatoon. Arrival at Calgary and Edmonton. Banff and Lake Louise are located in the Canadian Rockies. Through the Rockies, the train gets to Vancouver where English Bay and Stanley Park are located. The city of Victoria gives an image of England on the Pacific."

Silent with English intertitles