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Array SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR
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COAST TO COAST TO OR THROUGH
WORLD'S GREATEST
TRAVEL SYSTEM WELCOME TO CANADA
FOR A HAPPY VACATION!
U.S. Citizens require no passports . .. and
their travel dollars go farther in Canada.
• Just across the border—overnight from home—friendly Canada
offers a warm welcome and a glorious vacation to those who are
seeking something different and memorable yet at a cost well within
the average budget.
Romance—history—
majestic mountains
— gleaming seascapes — thriving
cities — unspoiled
hinterlands —
resorts — fourteen
Canadian Pacific
hotels — comfortable lodges — fast,
air - conditioned
trains — low fares.
Just name your ideal
vacation and we'll
tell you where to
find it in Canada.
Here are a few
suggestions.
BomM
North America's
mile-high vacation-
land! Some of the
world's most majestic scenery waiting for you to enjoy
it. Golf, tennis,
swimming, fishing,
canoeing, mountain
climbing, trail
riding, hiking—and
it's a "natural" for
the photographer.
• An Alpine resort "just north of the border".
Headquaters of Banff National Park. Sulphur
and cool-water pools, championship golf, tennis,
drives through entrancing scenery. Dance and
concert music. And life at its liveliest at the
famous Banff Springs Hotel. £.04^
Nestling at the foot
of glittering Victoria
Glacier — brilliant
in the mountain sunshine -— garlanded
with poppies — on
its shore gracious
Chateau Lake
Louise—this exquisite beauty spot is
the mecca of those
who seek the superlative in charm and
comfort, at moderate cost.
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Like a little Swiss
village tucked away
in the Alps with a
rustic chalet — this
sylvan mountain
retreat close to Field
offers you cozy
rooms or private
cabins, congenial
companionship and
tangy,  bracing air.
At Lake O'Hara,
Lake Wapta, Yoho
Valley and Moraine
Lake are snugly
built cabins where
you'll find peace
and solid comfort
in an Alpine
setting. Only $5
per day — $31.50
per week per person, American Plan.
Lake Louise and
Victoria Glacier
Lake O'Hara Lodge and
Cathedral Mountain The COLUMBIA
EIGHTH WONDER
• A vast field of ice—shot through with brilliant hues—grinding
down from majestic peaks—one of the most amazing spectacles in
the world—and a smooth modern highway takes you to its very
edge! Waterfalls cascading from the roof of the world—rivers
being born—massive ranges and fairyland valleys—scores of
glaciers—and daily low-cost trips into this newly-opened wonderland, starting from lovely Lake Louise.
IftETEiCI II    XORTH OF
||;EriCLII    LAKE LOUISE
OF   THE   WORLD
Feature   events  you'll  want  to  see  in  1941:
Calgary Stampede        July     7-12
Indian Days at Banff  July   17-20
Alpine Club Camp, Glacier, B.C July 20-Aug. 3
Annual Trail Ride       July   25-29
Sky Line Hikers Camp  Aug.    1- 4
Banff Golf Week  Aug. 24-30
Banff School of Fine Arts   .   .    . Aug.    1-30
5 CANADIAN ROCKIES
AU-Z**zeHA4!. TOURS
Three Vacations in One
Banff
Lake Louise ...
Emerald Lake
• Tours begin at Banff, westbound, or Field, eastbound, and include
modern hotel accommodation, meals, and 126 miles of Alpine
motoring.    Add rail fare from starting point to Banff (or Field).
2-DAY ^antd
• 2 GLORIOUS DAYS — Stopping
overnight at Banff and Lake Louise
and visiting Emerald Lake—Canadian
Pacific hotels—general drive at Banff
and to Moraine Lake in the Valley of
the Ten Peaks. All expenses—Rate per
Sightseeing in the
Canadian Rockies
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Dancing at
Banff Springs Hotel
person:
$36""*
$39.25
two in
room
•
single
room
3-DAY Jantd
• 3 SPECTACULAR DAYS — A day
each at Banff and Lake Louise, plus
one day optional at Banff or Lake
Louise—time at Emerald Lake Chalet
—Motor drives around Banff, and to
Moraine Lake. All expenses—Rate per
person: QLAJi 00     *wo *n
$50-50
room
•
single
room
4-DAY Jousu
0 4 COLORFUL DAYS—2 days at
Banff, 2 days at Lake Louise, visit
Emerald Lake — Canadian Pacific
hotels — including general drive at
Banff and to Moraine Lake in the
Valley of the Ten Peaks. All expenses:
-Rate per <£ C C  75      two in
*9&&ai*       room
person:
$61-75
single
room
6-DAY Jantd
• 6 WONDERFUL DAYS—2 days at
Banff, 2 days at Lake Louise, plus 1
day optional at Banff or Lake Louise,
1 day at Emerald Lake—Canadian
Pacific hotels — including general
drive at Banff and to Moraine Lake in
the Valley of the Ten Peaks. All
expenses Rate     per     person :
i af      two in
$73
81-25
room
•
single
room # Ride and camp for five
days over Alpine trails
with the Trail Riders of the
Canadian Rockies. Tent
equipment, camp food,
pack horses and mountain
guides included in rate of
$50. This year's ride is
over White Man's Pass via
Spray Lakes and the old
Assiniboine Pass to a camp
near Mount Assiniboine;
return will be by the
Valley of the Rocks and
Simpson Pass. July 25-29.
Skif Jline
cMihefiA
# Camp for four days on
Prolific Meadow, an
Alpine site at the head of
Numa Creek, west of the
Great Divide, on the Banff-
Windermere Highway.
Trails radiate from here
to Floe Lake and spectacular hanging glaciers. Tent
accommodation, camp
food and nature guides
included in rate of $20.
This year's hike, Aug. 1-4.
cMatel
QJancauveb
# This spacious new hotel
in Vancouver, British
Columbia, is operated by
the Vancouver Hotel Company on behalf of the
Canadian Pacific and
Canadian National Railways. Its central location
and modern appointments
make it deservedly
popular.
£mpsied4> cJtatel,
ViefoOa,  B. 6.
# ... in Canada's Evergreen Playground. A bit
of Old England in the
Pacific Northwest. The
Canadian Pacific Empress
Hotel overlooking the
Inner Harbor is the social
center of Victoria, British
Columbia. Empress Winter
Golf Tournament, March
9-15,1941; Empress Spring
Garden Festival, April 30-
May 3, 1941.
Trail Hiker at
Lake McArthur CANADIAN  PACIFIC
HOTELS
• Owned and operated by
Canadian Pacific Railway. European Plan unless otherwise noted.
SEASON 1941
</
Banff, Alta.—-"Banff Springs Hotel.
Open June 7 to September 7. SWIMMING in fresh or sulphur outdoor
pools. GOLF, TENNIS, CLIMBING,
RIDING,   HIKING,   CANOEING,   ETC.
Calgary,   Alta.
Open   all   year.
July 7-12.
- "Hotel   Palliser."
Calgary   Stampede,
"Digby   Pines."
Open   June   27   to
Digby, N. S.
American Plan.
September 5.
Emerald Lake (near Field, B. C.)
—"Emerald Lake Chalet." American
Plan.   Open  June   7   to   September   7.
Halifax, N. S. — "Lord Nelson."
Open all year. Operated by the
Lord Nelson Hotel Company.
Kentville, N. S. — " Cornwallis Inn."
American Plan.     Open all year.
Lake Louise, Alta.—"Chateau Lake
Louise." Open June 7 to September 7.
SWIMMING in fresh water outdoor
pool. TENNIS, CLIMBING, HIKING, etc.
McAdam, N. B.—"McAdam Hotel."
American Plan.    Open all year.
Quebec, Que. — Famous "Chateau
Frontenac."    Open all year.
Regina, Sask. — "Hotel Saskatchewan."    Open all year.
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N. B. —
"Algonquin Hotel." Season June 28
to September 2.    American Plan.
Toronto, Ont.—"Royal York Hotel."
Open all year. Largest hotel in the
British Empire.
Vancouver, B. C. — Stately "Hotel
Vancouver." Open all year. Operated
by the Vancouver Hotel Company on
behalf of the Canadian Pacific and
Canadian National Railways.
Victoria, B. C—"Empress Hotel."
Open all year. Canada's Evergreen
Playground.
Winnipeg, Man. — The "Royal
Alexandra Hotel."   Open all year.
S.—"Lakeside   Inn."
Open   June   27   to
Yarmouth, N.
American Plan.
September 5.
Discounts at Resort Hotels:
# Discounts are allowed at Resort Hotels
for stay of one week or more.
SPECIAL ALL-INCLUSIVE
RATE
BANFF SPRINGS HOTEL
for stay of 7 days or longer.
Room with bath and table d'hdte
meals. Privileges of golf course, tennis
courts, swimming pools, concerts and
ballroom.
For as low as $8.50 a person per day,
double occupancy.
Similar rate at Chateau Lake Louise.
MOUNTAIN LODGES
American Plan
-
Lake Wapta Lake O'Hara
Yoho Valley
Open   June   23   to   September   6
Moraine Lake
Open  June   7  to  September  7
Radium Hot Springs
(Owned and Operated by
Miss C. Armstrong)
Open  June   7  to   September  7
Mount Assiniboine Lodge
(Owned and Operated by
Erling Strom)
Open   July    1   to   October   15
Rates on Application
TEA HOUSES
CANADIAN ROCKIES
European Plan
Plain of Six Glaciers
Lake Agnes
Open  June   7  to   September  7
Twin Falls
Open   July   1   to   September   1
TRAIN SERVICE
Fast daily service throughout the
year between Montreal, Toronto and
Vancouver — AIR - CONDITIONED
sleeping and lounge cars, coaches and
diners on THE DOMINION, Canadian
Pacific's famous transcontinental train.
All-year service between Chicago,
St. Paul and Vancouver. . . compartments, drawing rooms, double bedrooms and sections, lounge-observation
and dining cars; all AIR-CONDITIONED.
'The Mountaineer" — A summer
train between Chicago and Vancouver
. . . air-conditioned throughout. . . serves
the Canadian Rockies... Banff, Lake
Louise, Emerald Lake, the Columbia
Icefield.
Three fast, completely air-conditioned
trains daily Chicago and Detroit to
Toronto, Montreal and all important
centers in Ontario and Quebec. ..
Resorts in Eastern Canada. . . connections for Boston, New England points,
and New York.
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Afternoon Tea
on Deck
• From beautiful Georgian Bay,
straight across Great Lakes
Huron and Superior to Fort
William, the gateway of the west,
and back again—in four glorious
days — all aboard a Canadian
Pacific liner of the inland seas—
that's the story of a Great Lakes
cruise. Or make it an interlude
in your rail trip to and from the
West. You'll visit St. Mary's
River, Whitefish Bay, Thunder
Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Port
Arthur—dance, play deck sports,
enjoy parties, dine sumptuously
—and your comfortable, airy
stateroom welcomes you to cool,
refreshing slumber.
5 Thrilling Days, $50
Sailing from Port McNicoll
(Georgian Bay) Wednesdays and
Saturdays—from Fort William
and Port Arthur Tuesdays and
Saturdays — mid-June to mid-
September.
9 Through the
sheltered
Inside Passage
to
ALASKA
via   CANADIAN   PACIFIC
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See the Canadian Rockies En Route
• It costs so little to see the Land of the Midnight Sun. . . land of
strange and thrilling contrasts! Snow-capped peaks and blossoms
that rival the blooms of tropic lands! Quaint old Indian settlements,
treasure houses of ancient lore and curios.. . and scenes of Gold
Rush days. A delightful pleasure cruise 2,000 miles up and down
the smooth Inside Passage, winding through mountain-hemmed,
fjord-like waterways dotted with fascinating Alaskan towns.
Spectacular Scenery
• The
"Princess"
Liners
trim, smart-
looking in
their color
scheme of
black hull,
white deck
housings —
buff colored,
black topped,
funnels raked
for style and
speed. Oil-
burners and
equipped
with wireless,
dance floors,
orchestra
tasty meals.
10 9-DAY
PRINCESS
CRUISES
Two Sailings
Weekly from
Vancouver at
Season's Height
as low as
$
Land of the Midnight Sun
SEATTLE
lll3    MEALS  AND  BERTH INCLUDED*
FROM VANCOUVER, VICTORIA,
TO  SKAGWAY AND  RETURN.
Except at Skagway
See Alert Bay, Prince Rupert, Ketchikan, Wrangell, Taku Glacier, Juneau,
Skagway. . enjoying delightful "June climate" all the way. . . and the pleasures
ot    ocean liner    life at modest cost !    Deck games. . .   dancing !
SCHEDULE OF SAILINGS — ALASKA 9-DAY CRUISES — 1941
© From
Vancouver
9.00 a.m.
May 2
May 13
May 26
June 4
June 7
June 14
June 21
June 28
July 5
July 9
July 12
July 16
© From
Skagway
8.00 p.m.
May 7
May 18
May 30
June 9
June 12
June 19
June 26
July 3
July 10
July 14
July 17
July 21
© Arrive
Vancouver
9.00 a.m.
May 11
May 22
June 3
June 13
June 16
June 23
June 30
July
July
July
7
14
18
July     21
July     25
© From
Vancouver
9.00
a.m.
July
19
July
26
July
30
Aug.
2
Aug.
6
Aug.
9
Aug.
20
Aug.
23
Aug.
30
Sept.
9
Sept.
20
Sept.
30
© From
Skagway
8.00 p.m.
July 24
July 31
Aug. 4
Aug. 7
Aug. 11
Aug. 14
Aug. 25
Aug. 28
Sept. 4
Sept. 14
Sept. 25
Oct. 5
© Arrive
Vancouver
9.00 a.m.
July 28
Aug. 4
Aug. 8
Aug. 11
Aug. 15
Aug. 18
Aug. 29
Sept. 1
Sept. 8
Sept. 18
Sept. 29
Oct. 9
© All times shown are Pacific Standard Time.
Special 11-Day Cruises, $125 up
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE sails from Vancouver July 1, 22 and August 12 at
11.00 a.m. on special 11-day cruises, visiting interesting and unusual ports and
inlets also bitka and Skagway. Fares from Vancouver, Victoria, and Seattle
include meals and berth except at Skagv/ay.
SHORT CRUISES TO  NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA
Totem Pole Villages
To quaint picturesque
spots. . . an out-of-the-way
travel adventure. Four
and one-half days . . .
via Canadian Pacific
"Princess Liners."
Round trip from
Vancouver to Prince ^   _
Rupert $40
Including meals
and berth
In effect May 1 to
September 30, 1941
See Campbell River,
Englewood, Alert Bay,
Port Hardy, Ocean Falls,
Walker Lake Cannery,
Butedale and Bishop Bay.
Via the North Pacific Coast to California
Visit the North Pacific Coast and California, travelling one way through the
Canadian Rockies. Delightful stopovers may also be made at many interesting
pacific Coast cities and side trips to the great wonderlands of Mt. Rainier, Columbia
River, Mt. Shasta Crater Lake, Utah's National Parks, scenic Colorado or any
ot the numerous other western beauty spots, thus completing a trip of unsurpassed
interest. *
11 Thrilling   Northwoods!   Old   World
ENJOY THEM
The Royal York—Toronto
adtebto
Scenes !    Seaside   Playgrounds !
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A thriving, modern city
with beautiful parks and
public buildings — set on
the shore of sparkling
Lake Ontario — its skyline
dominated by the Royal
York — largest hotel in
the British Empire—providing every facility for
the vacationist and the
traveller at surprisingly
moderate rates.
(near the lovely Muskoka
Lakes)
The fisherman's paradise
in the deep northwoods.
Cozy chalet - bungalow
camp . . . muskies, "wall
eyes", bass and other
game fish that fight
savagely - golf on a
sporty course — swimming
- boating - tasty meals -
congenial companionship
- no hay fever - low rates.
3>e€fidfd Qafir
Kenxtoa
High spot of the beautiful
Lake of the Woods district
where you'll fish, swim,
sail, golf and play tennis
as a guest of the Canadian
Pacific lodge and central
chalet. Pure air, free from
hay fever — a great spot
"to get away from it all".
12
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CANADA
Manfoe&L
Old and busy and beautiful — French and English
— atmosphere and sophistication—Canada's metropolis has everything for
everybody. See McGill
University, Lachine Rapids, Brother Andre's
Shrine.
QueJtec
Seventeenth century
France lingers in the narrow streets of this citadel
city. Two-wheeled caleches rumble over the
cobbles. Handicraft shops
beckon from storied walls.
History, scenery, romance!
And at the baronial
Chateau Frontenac you'll
enjoy lavish hospitality —
modern comfort in a
Norman castle setting.
Ste. Anne
de BeauftAe
The most famous shrine in
America, Ste. Anne de
Beaupre, just a short drive
from Quebec, is the mecca
of thousands annually. The
faithful who have been
cured have stacked their
crutches in monumental
piles. World-famous Cyclo-
rama of the Holy Land
near this inspiring shrine.
13
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yyy 'mam More Playgrounds in Eastern Canada
Like mountains ? The
sea ? Like resorts ?
Roughing it ? Cosmopolitan cities ? You'll
find them all in Eastern
Canada. Smart hotels,
too, in the Canadian
Pacific tradition. Good
food, well served. Service that leaves nothing
to ask. And rates everywhere so moderate they
will fit into the most
modest budget.
Kauj&niUa
Jdak&i
A 150-mile chain of
silvery lakes northeast of
Toronto, in a smiling,
rolling land of woods
and farms — fishing,
boating,  swimming.
MmaJtjqI*/?.  Reached by way of Bala, Ontario.    Pine woods
/¥l**&rc**rc**  wi^    comfortable    and    well-appointed    resort
hotels.    Fine golf courses, fishing, swimming, boating, tennis in
fascinating vacation country.
Qeo&fian Bay
terrain,   and   every
the   glorious   wildwoods   of   Ontario
with    rivers,    lakes,    forests,    rugged
outdoor   attraction.
Jlaufoentiand,
A million acres of the oldest mountains
in   the   world   —   studded   with   silvery
lakes — and any kind of accommodation you desire in the storied
Province of Quebec.
Andneutl
A picturesque championship 18-hole golf course modeled after
its famous prototype in Scotland — and a challenging "nine".
They both overlook the beautiful Bay of Fundy and attract both
top-flight golfers and tyros who come for a perfect game in a
bracing seaside atmosphere.
14 Come Down To
The Sunlit Sea!
St. Andn&utb-By
^Ue-Sea
New Brunswick.
A Holiday Colony. One of
the most famous seaside resort
hotels in Canada — just across
the border from Maine — an
ideal vacation resort for all
Summer.    Championship golf
— deep sea fishing — sea
bathing — dancing — casino.
^Ae^bifAf Pinel
at Digby, Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia's leading resort.
A great English manor house,
set in its own wooded park —
heated glass—enclosed saltwater pool — sailing — motoring to scenic and historic
points — 18-hole championship golf course — tennis.
3®JmmaIJU& Onn
Kentville, N.S.
Just at the edge of Evangeline
Land in Acadia — the radial
point for fascinating trips to
Gasper eau Valley, Cape Blo-
midon, Cornwallis Valley and
central Nova Scotia. Tudor-
esque, comfortable, famed for
delicious meals.
Jlotd Melixm
Jiotel
Halifax, N.S.
(Operated by the Lord Nelson Hotel
Company).
Overlooking the beautiful
public gardens and the center
of everything you'll want to
do and see in Halifax. Golf,
swimming, sailing, deep sea
and fresh water fishing — and
you'll appreciate the comfortable background and the
cuisine  at the Lord Nelson.
JIakeAdjde Onn
Yarmouth, N.S.
A delightful, country-club-
atmosphere inn close to picturesque old Yarmouth and
surrounded by rolling open
country. Golf, tennis, unsurpassed tuna fishing, swimming
— an ideal place to relax and
rejuvenate, yet only 240 miles
by boat from Boston.
15
1
The Algonguin,
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea
Lord Nelson Hotel,
Halifax Special Sport Bulletins
Giving Information about Fishing Waters
and Game Haunts in Canada
Below are listed Sport and Recreation Bulletins issued by the
General Tourist Department, Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal,
Que., which give details of some of the better hunting, fishing and
recreational areas throughout the Dominion of Canada. Copies of
any of these bulletins will be promptly mailed upon request.
No.
69
74
75
76
Subject
FALL MUSKIE FISHING IN CANADA
A guide to best methods for taking this giant battler.
TYEE SALMON—VANCOUVER ISLAND, B. C.
Complete particulars about this interesting and exciting angling
activity.
GRAND MANAN ISLAND, N. B.
Something   different   in   seaside   holidays.   Investigate    Grand
Manan Island with its rocky, sea-girt shores.
SHARKS—ANOTHER NEW FISHING THRILL
The basking sharks off the east coast of Vancouver Island provide
the big game angler with some of the best deep sea sport.
77 SPRING BEAR HUNTING—METAGAMA DISTRICT
Excellent opportunities in this prolific game section of Northern
Ontario, where the hunter does not have to wait until autumn
for bear.
78 BIG GAME HUNTING—CASSIAR DISTRICT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
One of the most outstanding big game territories of the North
American continent. Details regarding wide range of big game
animals, guides, outfitters, etc.
80    SPRING FISHING FOR LAKE TROUT—
POGAMASING LAKE AREA, ONTARIO
Large lake trout taken on a light fly rod provide excellent
sport at this time of the year in cold Northern Ontario waters.
82 ATLANTIC SALMON FISHING—ROCKY BROOK, N. B.
To Rocky Brook each year come runs of powerful fighting Atlantic
salmon. Map is included in bulletin with a full description of
conditions.
83 TUNA FISHING—NOVA SCOTIA
For the last few years the International Tuna Tournament for
the Sharp Trophy has been held off the coast of Nova Scotia.
-
16 No. Subject
84 SPRING SALMON FISHING—CAINS RIVER, N. B.
For the early season angler, the Cains River can fulfill all
expectations.
85 FISHING IN THE LAKE OF THE WOODS
DISTRICT, ONTARIO
This immense body of water, with its 15,000 islands, supports
many varieties of game fish. Maskinonge (muskie) taken from
its depths have won world records.
86 A TROUT FISHING CANOE CRUISE-
CAINS RIVER, N. B.
An unusually interesting combination trip. Map of route included.
88 MONTREAL RIVER CANOE TRIP
125-mile canoe cruise with big game hunting and angling in
season.   Good opportunity, too, for camera hunting.
89 WOODCOCK SHOOTING IN NEW BRUNSWICK
Many helpful hints for the hunter of this fine game bird.
91 FISHING AROUND KAMLOOPS, B. C.
Splendid sport for Kamloops and cut-throat trout is to be had
in the many lakes and streams in the Kamloops area. Information
given about tackle, seasons, etc.
92 MISSISSAUGA SHORT-CUT
This newly opened short-cut reduces the regular Mississauga
Canoe Cruise route by about 70 miles. It traverses a new district,
offering admirable opportunities for camera hunter and angler.
95 EMERALD CIRCLE CANOE CRUISE—ONTARIO
A 160 mile circuit by canoe through country fringing the extensive
Chapleau Game Preserve. Frequent glimpses of wild life and
good fishing.
96 SPRING BEAR HUNTING—NEW BRUNSWICK
Unexcelled chances for early black bear hunting when glossy
pelts   are   prime   and   your  hunting  license  is   complimentary.
97 TROUT FISHING—
KIAMAKA REGION, QUEBEC
Capital trout fishing in waters of a wild primeval district.
99 THE STEEL RIVER CANOE TRIP
A cruise of outstanding appeal. 175 miles through Northern
Ontario's hinterland, North of Lake Superior.
100 MOOSE HUNTING HIGH SPOTS-
ONTARIO AND QUEBEC
The better sections in these two Provinces where this lordly
animal is found are briefly described, and guides and outfitters
denoted in each case.
101 WILDFOWL SHOOTING—MANITOBA AND
SASKATCHEWAN
The Prairie Provinces boast of a variety of game birds. Complete data as to conditions, guides, etc.
103 OPPORTUNITIES FOR SPORT IN THE
LAKE PENAGE DISTRICT
A pre-eminent bass fishing region in Northern Ontario.
104 THE MISSISSAUGA CANOE TRIP
One of the finest canoe cruises in Eastern Canada, winding for
some 275 miles through stretches of virgin country in Northern
Ontario with good fishing throughout.
105 CONDITIONS AND ARRANGEMENTS FOR FISHING
AT ST. IGNACE ISLAND
For speckled brook trout fishermen, the coastal waters of St. Ignace
Island in  Lake  Superior  provide  angling  par  excellence.
106 MUSKIES AND OTHER GAME FISH-
EAGLE LAKE, ONTARIO
lust East of Lake of the Woods — Noted for its unusually large
and  hard-fighting  muskies.
If you are interested in the fishing and hunting "high spots" of
Canada ask for illustrated informative booklets:
FISHING WATERS AND GAME HAUNTS (EASTERN)
or
WESTERN FISHING WATERS AND GAME HAUNTS
17 CIRCLE TOURS EAST.
ON YOUR VISIT TO
AND
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INCLUDE
^ndendlu Canada
ATTRACTIVE ROUND-TRIP RAIL FARES
• When you're going east your ticket can include the
wonders of Canada enroute. You may travel by rail
and steamer to old French Quebec with its famous
Chateau Frontenac overlooking the St. Lawrence
Seaway. You can also include the Maritime Provinces,
New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, on your ticket. Then
down through old New England States to metropolitan
New York. Be sure to double the thrills of your trip
by asking for your ticket one way through eastern
Canada via Canadian Pacific.
GO VIA FRIENDLY CANADA
• Your itinerary can so easily include the glories of
the Canadian Rockies when you're travelling west.
Simply ask your travel agent to route you through the
Canadian Rockies either going to or coming from
California, at the slight additional cost of $5 for oneway routing via the Canadian Rockies or $10 for this
routing in both directions.
• Going through the Canadian Rockies you enjoy
600 miles of Alpine scenery—have an opportunity
to stop off at beautiful Banff and Lake Louise. See lakes
that glaciers make pearly. . . play mile-high golf.
Tennis, fishing, hiking, riding, swimming in fresh
and sulphur water pools. Motoring, dancing—clear,
sharp mountain air and sparkling sunshine. The
low-cost all-expense tours (2, 3, 4, 6 days) are ideal
for economical stopovers. You also sail 165 smooth,
restful miles on Canadian Pacific "Princess7 Miners
in your western itinerary between Vancouver, Victoria
and Seattle.    Ask for full particulars.
18 OtUietoasUed, Made, ia Olden,
• The map shows the many routes via Canadian Pacific, whether one's destination
be the Canadian Rockies or beyond to the North Pacific Coast, Alaska or California.
Include at least one or more days' stopover at the popular Canadian Pacific
resort hotels or mountain lodges and see the entire 600 miles of magnificent
mountain scenery by daylight.
ALLURING ALL-EXPENSE TOURS — 2, 3, 4, 6 days in the Canadian Rockies
—126 miles of Alpine motoring, including general drive at Banff. See page 6
for details.
We shall be glad to prepare your itinerary west to the Pacific Northwest and
California, through the Canadian Rockies, or east to New York, New England,
etc., via cool, lovely Canada. We can tell you what to see and how best to see
it in the time available and approximate cost. Call or write us at address on
cover for literature and personal assistance.
19
Printed in Canada,
Feb. 1941 I—1-
SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR
Summer Vacation
COAST TO COAST TO OR THROUGH
-ftiUs4^
Towering high above old
Quebec is the modern
and hospitable Chateau
Frontenac ... center of the
vacationland of Eastern
Canada. Nearby to the
Maritimes, where game
fishing is unsurpassed.
WORLD'S    GREATEST    TRAVEL    SYSTEM

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