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WORLD'S MOST •OMPLETE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
BY  LAND
Canadian Pacific serves Canada coast to coast by rail.
The Canadian, stainless steel Scenic Dome streamliner
across Canada, cruises daily between Montreal/Toronto
and Vancouver.
BY SEA
Canadian Pacific White Empress liners — largest ships
on the scenic St. Lawrence route — link Canada and
Europe — and cruise from New York to Caribbean
waters in winter.
BY AIR
Super DC-8 Jet Empresses serving five continents —
link Canada with Japan — Hong Kong — Hawaii —
Australia — New Zealand — Mexico — South America
— Europe. Daily transcontinental flights across Canada-
TRAVELLERS  CHEQUES
Canadian Pacific Express Travellers Cheques protect
your business and holiday budgets. Your signature
personalizes them. They are universally acceptable ...
and issued in convenient units of Canadian, United
States and Sterling funds.
You can get them from any Canadian Pacific office.
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NEW BRUNSWICK
The Algonquin is a seaside resort hotel with pleasant
"country house" atmosphere. 200 spacious rooms
overlook gardens and renowned Bay of Fundy. Easy
to reach by car, train or plane from Eastern Canada and
the U.S. Famous T8-hole and 9-hole golf courses;
sheltered swimming in Katy's Cove with supervised
children's beach; tennis, shuffleboard, fishing, boat
trips; dancing, movies in the Casino.
Dining room and lounge.
RATES — American Plan, single from $23.50, double
from $19.00 per person.
Special 6-Day AH-Expense Package Plan with free
golf included.
H. E. HANNUM, Manager
(Open June 14 to Sept. 8, 1967, inclusive)
Tallest structure of its kind in the world, the Skylon,
Niagara  International Centre, towers 775 feet above
the Niagara River to give sightseers a breath-taking
panoramic view into the great twin cataracts of Niagara
Falls, and out over many miles of scenic beauty.
At the tap of the Skylon, a revolving dining room offers
unforgettable adventure in dining, and in addition,
tourists enjoy scenic vistas that change with every
glance as the dining room, operated by Canadian
Pacific, rotates slowly and silently one revolution every
hour.
The fully licensed Skylon Lounge is located just below
the Observatory level.
ADMISSION — $1.25 per person ■— 50j_ for children
to the Observation Level. Half price for those using the
Revolving Dining Room or Skylon Lounge.
C. C. HOFFMAN, Managing Director,
Niagara International Centre.
F. R. FIELDS, Manager, Skylon Restaurants.
NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO
The Algonquin QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC
The charm of "old Quebec" is typified by the baronial
splendour and  comfort of  Le  Chateau   Frontenac.
Dominating the St. Lawrence, Le Chateau offers its
guests 665 spacious rooms, handsome public rooms,
superb cuisine, all with French-Canadian "politesse".
Gaiety marks winter Carnival time.
RESTAURANTS AND  LOUNGES — Main   Dining
Room, River View Dining Room, Coffee Shop, Terrace
Cafe, Frontenac Cocktail Lounge and "Place de la
Fontaine" Continental Bar and Cafe.
CONVENTION   FACILITIES  —   Ballroom,   Jacques
Cartier Room, Committee Room and several others.
RATES — (Summer) single from $14.00, double from
$18.00  (Winter)  single from $12.00,  double from
$16.00. — New, modern 450 car garage.
G, J. JESSOP, General Manager.
Le Chateau Frontenac
MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Place du Canada — Le Chateau Cham plain and office
building in the heart of downtown Montreal.
A 38 storey luxury hotel... a 28 storey office building
... on Place du Canada, Canadian Pacific's new multi-
million dollar hotel/business/travel/shopping/theatre
complex.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES —LeTournebroche,
Le Neufchatel, Le Cafe Terrasse, L'Escapade, Les
Mariniers, Le Jardin and Le Caf Cone', are without
equal in their charming decor, intimate and gaiety and
the quality and variety of their cuisine.
CONFERENCE FACILITIES — Ballroom, and eight
other various sized meeting rooms with every conceivable feature.
RATES — Single from $18.00, double from $23.00,
suites from $65.00.
PARKING — Five levels of underground parking.
E. P. JOLICOEUR, Manager.
Le Chateau Champlain
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SHERBROOKE, QUEBEC
The newest and finest Motor Hotel in Quebec's picturesque Eastern Townships is L'Hostellerie Le Baron.
On the I'autoroute des Cantons de I'Est, just 5 minutes
from Sherbrooke, Le Baron offers holiday and business
travellers 126 air-conditioned, sound-proof bed-sitting
rooms with TV, AM-FM music and entrances outdoors
and to the hotel interior. Large swimming pool, golf
and interesting scenery.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES — Le Chevalier
(dining room — lounge), Coffee Shop.
CONVENTION FACILITIES — La Salle d'Armes seats
400 for banquets — 500 for meetings. Three salons
for 15 to 100. Controlled lighting, PA systems, exhibition facilities.
RATES — Single from $10.00, double from $14.00.
PARKING— 300 car parking lot.
P. E. MONAGHAN, Manager.
Le Baron motor hotel
iATES AT:
AC,   Quebec
LE CHATEAU  CHAMPLAIN,  Montreal
LE  BARON   MOTOR  HOTEL, Sherbrooke
THE  ROYAL YORK, Toronto
ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOTEL, Winnipeg
THE SASKATCHEWAN, Regina
THE  PALLISER, Calgary
CHATEAU  LACOMBE, Edmonton
*Plan in effect from November 1st to April 30th.
• No additional charge for children under 14 occupying
room with one or both parents.
• If one or more children under 14 occupy a room with
only one parent, the one-person rate applies for the
room. If one or more children under 14 occupy the same
room with both parents, the regular two-person rate
applies for the room.
• If one or more children under 14 are accompanied by
both parents and more than one room is required, the
one-person rate will apply for each room.
Whether your convention, sales meeting or seminar is
large or small, Canadian Pacific hotels across Canada
offer delegates every convenience and facility. Located
in major cities or spectacular resort areas, each hotel is
equipped with excellent convention facilities, audiovisual systems and a well-trained staff experienced in
all convention matters. For assistance in planning your
next meeting, contact your nearest Canadian Pacific
hotel or:
W. A. Gray,
Manager, Conventions and Sales, Canadian Pacific,
Windsor Station,
Montreal, Que.
CREDIT CAR
means added convenience when you are travelling—by
land, sea or air. Honoured throughout the world by all
appointed Travel Agencies and Canadian Pacific offices.
Applications can be obtained at: any Canadian Pacific
Hotel, ticket office, or Credit Card Bureau, Canadian
Pacific, Windsor Station, Montreal, Que. The Royal York
Largest hotel in the Commonwealth and great convention centre, the Royal York's 1600 outside rooms,
magnificent facilities, and efficient service justify its
position in Toronto. All rooms are air-conditioned,
T.V. and radio. Overpass connects 400-car garage to
the hotel — direct tunnel to Union Station. Royal York
is down-town arrival and departure centre for airline
passengers.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES —Imperial Room,
Imperial Lounge, The Black Knight, Venetian Cafe,
Coffee Shop, Cascade Lounge, Princess Lounge.
CONVENTION FACILITIES —The Canadian Room,
largest of its kind in Canada, holds 2200 for meetings.
Ten Provincial and many other meeting rooms.
RATES — single from $12.00, double from $17.00.
A. P. MacKINNON, General Manager
C. G. BURTON, Manager
TORONTO, ONTARIO
The Royal Alexandra I
Expansive comfort keynotes Winnipeg's traditional
hotel. 450 gracious rooms ... combination T.V./radio
... delightful cuisine with "Western" specialists in the
Selkirk Room ... refreshments and special Business
Men's Lunch in the Selkirk Lounge. Central location
close to shopping, business and the Canadian Pacific
station, make the Royal Alexandra your choice in
Winnipeg. Free parking.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES—The Selkirk Room,
The Selkirk Lounge, The Coffee Shop.
CONVENTION FACILITIES — Largest convention
hotel in Western Canada. The Alexandra Room seats
700, Crystal Ballroom, 600, the Colonial and Tapestry
Rooms, each 300; many other meeting and banquet
rooms.
RATES — single from $8.00, double from $12.00.
H. S. WALKER, Manager     Headquarter Hotel £
WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA     July 22-August 7 %
The Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan dominates the tree-shaded centre
of this prairie city. On the Trans-Canada Highway, the
hotel is easily reached from U.S. highways, the
railway station and airport. 270 air-conditioned rooms
have T.V. and radio. Dining in the air-conditioned
Ranch Room and cocktail lounge and on Friday and
Saturday nights, sparkling entertainment Free overnight parking.
RESTAURANTS —Ranch Room and Coach Room,
daily business men's lunch.
CONVENTION FACILITIES —Meeting and banquet
accommodation for from 10 to 1000 persons in the
Qu'Appelle Room, Blue Lounge, Regina Room and
others.
RATES — single from $10.50, double from $14.50.
J. HORSFALL, Manager
REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN
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The Palliser
In Calgary, home of the world-famous Stampede,
gateway to the Canadian Rockies; centre of cattle
and oil industries, is The Palliser . . . famed for its
cuisine, comfort, service and accessibility to city life
and Banff National Park. The hotel is adjacent to
Canadian Pacific station. Calgary is served by the
Trans-Canada highway and transcontinental air services. 426 outside newly-decorated rooms, each with
T.V. and radio. Free guest parking. Dining Rooms and
Lounges are air-conditioned.
RESTAURANTS — The Rimrock Dining Room and
the Rimrock Lounge.
CONVENTION FACILITIES — Air-conditioned meeting and banquet accommodation in The Palliser Room,
Alberta Room, Turner Valley Room, Marquis Room
and others.
RATES — single from $10.00, double from $14.00.
D.A.WILLIAMS, Manager
CALGARY, ALBERTA
Chateau Lacombe
A 24-storey luxury hotel containing 330 air-conditioned rooms each with T.V. and Radio, the Chateau
Lacombe is Edmonton's newest and finest hostelry.
Its unique 18-sided tower offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the North Saskatchewan River Valley
and the downtown Edmonton area. Free Parking for
Registered Guests in a 13-level Parking Garage with
space for 750 cars and a complete Service Centre.
Directly off the Lobby is a wide indoor promenade
and shopping mall containing a variety of Specialty
Shops, Beauty Salon and Barber Shop.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES — The Chevalier
Grill, Garrison Lounge and La Ronde Revolving
Restaurant.
CONVENTION FACILITIES— Air-conditioned meeting  and  banquet accommodation for from  10 to
1000 persons in the Alberta Room, Klondike Room,
Strathcona Room and others.
RATES — single from $11.00, double from $15.00.
K. E. MacKELL, Manager
EDMONTON, ALBERTA BANFF, ALBERTA
A mile high in the Canadian Rockies, the Banff
Springs Hotel is a luxurious "castle" resort for a
mountain holiday. Golfing, riding, hiking, swimming,
photographing wild life, scenic chair lifts, dining to
deft Canadian Pacific service, evening dancing. 600
rooms facing mountain or valley views. Easy to
reach by Trans-Canada Highway, Canadian Pacific
transcontinental rail line, or by air via Calgary.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES —Alhambra Dining
Room, Fairholme Dining Room, Cascade Lounge,
Mount Rundle Lounge, Snack Room, 10th Tee Coffee
Bar and Golf Club Lounge.
CONVENTION FACILITIES — Mount Stephen Hall,
Garden Lounge, Oak Room, Riverview Lounge, Cascade Ballroom, and others.
RATES — single from $18.00, double from $23.00.
C. J. WATSON, Manager
(Open May 23 to Sept. 14, 1967, inclusive)
Banff Springs Hotel
LAKE LOUISE, ALBERTA
40 miles from Banff, sheltered by the Pipestone Range
of the Canadian Rockies, this 400-room resort looks
over the jade green water of Lake Louise and the snow
of Victoria Glacier. All public rooms and many bedrooms have this lovely view. Terraced gardens, brilliant
Iceland poppies and sheltered swimming pool provide
a panorama of beauty. Hiking, riding and boating on
Lake Louise. Haute cuisine in an atmosphere of friendly,
expert service.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES — Victoria Dining
Room, Snack Room, Main Lobby, Glacier Lounge,
Fairview Room with nightly dancing.
RATES — single from $18.00, double from $23.00.
L M. MARGESON, Manager
(Open June 13 to Sept. 5, 1967, inclusive)
Chateau Lake Louise
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA
A mild, healthful climate, fragrant rose gardens and
fresh saltwater breezes provide the delightful setting
for the traditional warmth and comfort of the Empress
Hotel. Ideal for year-round vacations or relaxed
business meetings. The Empress has 500 rooms. Golf,
yachting, riding are near at hand — Salmon fishing
the whole year round. Fine cuisine and Saturday night
dancing are part of the amenities offered. Conveniently close to all transportation facilities.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES — Empress Dining
Room, Coffee Shop, Coronet Room.
CONVENTION FACILITIES — Crystal Ballroom, Main
Lounge, Georgian Lounge, Conservatory, four private
dining rooms.
RATES — (Regular) single from $11.50, double from
$14.50. (Off-Season) single from $8.50, double from
$11.50.
ANOTHER
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FREE FAST SURE!
CALL
RESERVE-A-R00M
For hotel  reservations at these fine
Canadian Pacific and associate hotels.
CANADA
Banff, Alta.
Calgary, Alta.
Edmonton, Alta.
Lake Louise, Alta.
Montreal, Que.
Niagara Falls, Ont.
Quebec, Que.
Regina, Sask.
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B.
Sherbrooke, Que.
Toronto, Ont.
Victoria, B.C.
Winnipeg, Man.
HOTELS
Banff Springs Hotel
The Palliser
Chateau Lacombe
Chateau Lake Louise
Le Chateau Champlain
Niagara International Centre
(Dining Lounges and Restaurant only)
Le Chateau Frontenac
The Saskatchewan
The Algonquin
Le Baron Motor Hotel
The Royal York
The Empress
The Royal Alexandra
ASSOCIATED  HOTELS
Amherst, N.S.
Banff, Alta.
Belleville, Ont.
Fort William, Ont.
Guelph, Ont.
Halifax, N.S.
Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.
Kentville, N.S.
Kitchener, Ont.
London, Ont.
New Westminster, B.C.
Niagara Falls, Ont.
Oshawa, Ont.
Peterborough, Ont.
Rexdale (Toronto), Ont.
St. Catharines, Ont.
St. Catharines, Ont.
Saint John, N.B.
Sault Ste.Marie, Ont.
Vancouver, B.C.
Chicago, III.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Fort Cumberland
Timberline Hotel
Hotel Quinte
Royal Edward Hotel
Fischer's Royal Hotel
Lord Nelson Hotel
Harrison Hotel
Cornwallis Inn
Walper Hotel
Hotel London
Royal Towers Motor Hotel
Park Motor Hotel
Genosha Hotel
Empress Hotel
Ascot Inn
Hotel Leonard
Queensway Hotel
Admiral Beatty Hotel
Windsor Hotel
Hotel Vancouver
Bismarck Hotel
The Biltmore Hotel
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Quebec
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