- Black and White
Library and Archives Canada: 16mm.
"Travel film about the wilderness which preceded the settlement of Manitoba. Through paintings and pictures, it tells the story of the days of the Indian and the buffalo hunt, French and British rivalry over the fur trade and early law enforcement by the Northwest Mounted Police. It shows how pioneer trails have grown into a network of roads and highways that criss-cross the province in all directions, making vacation spots easily accessible."
Canadian Travel Film Library Catalogue (1963), 9.
Online database National Film Board of Canada.
"This film shows how the trails of early explorers and fur traders have grown into a network of roads and highways that now crisscross the Manitoba in all directions, making easily accessible a vacationland of unlimited pleasure."