"Business in Motion: Films of Current Interest," Canadian Business 28 (August 1955): 80.
"Forest resources, always an important part of the Canadian economy, are described here on slide film. Various aspects of this industry ranging from conservation and management of forest resources to the conversion of wood into pulp, paper, and other products - rayon, photofilm, plastics and explosives - are covered in this story of what the industry encompasses. It begins with the cultivating and growing of trees, continues through the pulp-wood harvesting operations and the transporting of logs via the exciting, spectacular river drive to mills where final products are manufactured. Comments are made on the national importance of the industry in terms of its value of production and exports, employment, wages paid and capital invested."