Directors of Photography:
Library and Archives Canada: 16mm, VHS, Betacam, 3/4in.
"National travelogue of Canada as a pattern, woven together by the different strengths of each province. The film features many of the geographical and economic characteristics of Canada's provinces - tourist sites, industry, natural attractions - all connected by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Shots include: scenes from each provincial capital; fishing and farming in the Maritimes; country life, handicrafts and historic sites in Quebec; wheat and oil industries in the Western provinces; and mountains, logging and parkland in British Columbia."
Canadian educational, sponsored and industrial film archive, Montreal, Quebec: 16mm.
"Business in Motion: Films of Current Interest," Canadian Business 26 (October 1953): 100.
"Covering nearly every vacation resort and city of intereset from coast to coast, this film is designed to sell Canada to Canadians, giving them an insight into the variety and beauty to be found in their own country."
"The 6th Annual Canadian Film Awards," Film News 14, no. 5 (1954): 15.
[Still shot from Canadian Pattern showing a train cutting through a valley; caption reads:] "Mt. Eisenhower has its place too in the CANADIAN PATTERN (Associated Screen News for Canadian Pacific Railway. Special Mention). . ."