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TRAINS/TRUCKS/SHIPS/PLANES/HOTELS/TELECOMMUNICATIONS
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and Cottages — Digby, Nova Scotia
(Open June 25th to September 3rd, 1964 inclusive)
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Flowers in profusion and sunny lawns
DAILY RATES — AMERICAN PLAN
(including meals)
Garden
View Sea View
Single, per person      $19.00        $20.00
Double, per person         1 6.00 17.00
Triple, per person         1 5.50 1 6.00
Rooms for overnight occupancy from $9.50 to $11.50 single,
and $13.00 to $16.00 two to a room  (breakfast included).
Advance reservations for rooms on this basis cannot be arranged,
but hotel will gladly assign rooms for overnight occupancy as
and when available.
MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN (including room with bath, breakfast
and dinner) available at $1.50 per person daily below quoted
rates.
Cottages:
Cottages contain one to three bedrooms, bathroom, living room,
open fire place, piazza and telephone.
1 bedroom and sitting room, 1 or 2 persons, min    $   39.00
2 bedrooms, min. of three people         55.00
2 bedrooms, min. of four people         69.00
3 bedrooms, min. of five people         87.00
3 bedrooms, min. of six people       100.00
Child under 14 years, in room with two adults  8.50
Taxi fare, 50* each way, includes hand baggage. Checked hand
baggage, per piece, 50* each way. Trunk, $1.00 each way.
SPECIAL SIX DAY ALL-EXPENSE PACKAGE PLAN
(including room, breakfast, dinner, free golf 1 8-hole course)
$81.00 per person two to a room, with bath.
$93.00 single, room with bath.
Children under 14 years of age $45.00.
Licensed Cocktail Lounge, Dining Room and Golf Club House
The average daytime temperature during the season is 73
degrees.
IMPORTANT. Automobile space aboard the passenger and car
ferry "Princess of Acadia" between Saint John and Digby should
be reserved as early as possible.
K. E. MacKELL, Manager THE DIGBY PINES
Digby, Nova Scotia
Daily Canadian Pacific trains through Saint John, N.B. and
Montreal connect with the west. From Saint John each morning
and Digby each afternoon, Canadian Pacific's passenger and car
ferry "Princess of Acadia" makes fast voyages across the Bay of
Fundy. This speedy Canadian Pacific liner has accommodation
for automobiles.
Automobile travellers make their approach by Canadian highways through Montreal or Quebec, the highways of New York,
Connecticut and Massachusetts and the turnpikes of New
Hampshire and Maine. Alternative car routes are overland via
Truro and the fabled Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia or Bar
Harbor, Me., and by steamship to Yarmouth, over the picturesque French shore drive to Digby. Air travellers connect
with T.C.A. at Montreal or Boston for Saint John, N.B., Halifax
or Yarmouth N.S.
Warmed water, glass screens - unlimited sunshine
SWIMMING—A dip in the warmed water of the glass-screened
pool and basking in the sun is another of Digby Pines luxuries.
GOLF—For golfers the sporty, 18-hole, par 71 course offers
complete licensed clubhouse facilities and pro-shop.
RELAXATION—Shuffleboard, croquet, putting green, bingo,
dancing, table tennis, fishing — both deep sea and inland water,
driving in the scenic, historic countryside; movies and television
in the Fundy Room are all features of holiday life at the Digby
Pines.
"Hay fever" is unknown at Digby and sufferers will revel in
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St. Andrews by-the-Sea, New Brunswick
(Open June 12th to September 4th, 1964, inclusive)
"Country house" with sea view
DAILY RATES — AMERICAN PLAN
(including meals)
Accommodation for 350 persons
Per Person
Single, with bath      $ 1 9.00 to $23.00
Double, with bath         1 6.00 to     20.00
Single, without bath  1 7.00
Double, without bath  1 5.00
Modified   American   —   Room,   Breakfast   and   Dinner  —   $1.50
less than above quoted rates.
Sitting rooms, $15.00 extra
Limited number of bed-sitting rooms — Rates available on application.
Children under 14 years, in room with two adults      $8.50
Modified American Plan — $7.50
Taxi, 50^ each way, including hand baggage.
Trunk   $1.00   each   way;   Checked   hand   baggage,   per   piece
50t each way.
SPECIAL  SIX  DAY  ALL-EXPENSE   PACKAGE  PLAN
(including room, breakfast, dinner, free golf 9-hole course)
$66.00 per person, two to a room, without bath.
$87.00 per person, two to a room, with bath.
$78.00 single, room without bath.
$99.00 single, room with bath.
Children under 14 years $45.00, in room with parents.
Licenced Cocktail Lounge & Dining Room.
The average daytime temperature during the season is 73
degrees.
Summer activities include tennis, golf, shuffleboard, croquet,
putting green, boat trips, fishing, motoring, cabaret, movies,
dinner, concert and dance music, bingo, indoor horse-racing,
table tennis in The Casino, swimming at the Algonquin's private
beach, Katy's Cove, water temperature range, 68°-72°F.
K. E. MacKELL, Manager
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THE ALGONQUIN
St. Andrews by-the-Sea, New Brunswick
St. Andrews, with warm days and cool evenings, is famous for
freedom from "hay fever", boasts an outstanding golf course—
18 holes of championship calibre but teed for average players
too—and a sporty 9-hole practice course.
The heady atmosphere of the Bay of Fundy, the famous tides,
the pleasant simplicity of an old-world town that lives beside
the sea, all these gently surround guests at The Algonquin on
the high land that is the vantage point for matchless views, cool
breezes, down-East sunshine. The Algonquin has a welcome for
guests of all ages and a special welcome for family parties.
Besides all sorts of activities for family units there is the children's
bathing beach—enclosed in its private breakwater at a safe
depth—and the children's playground, each supervised by
specially trained attendants. The water temperature ranges
between 68° and 72°.
Cosmopolitan chefs reign over a cuisine that includes sea foods
of local origin cooked with mouth-watering flavours that decades
of local housewives have developed. For conservative appetites
French and North American dishes are equally delectable.
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Katy's Cove and the children's beach
By railway, airline or automobile, St. Andrews is within easy
reach of eastern Canada and the United States-and only a
matter of days by the Scenic-dome equipped streamliner, "The
Canadian", from Middle West and far Pacific. The fine highways
of the New England States and eastern Canada are scenic
approaches. In Old Quebec
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typifies French Canada
The Chateau Frontenac dominates Quebec City
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
SUMMER (May 1st to October 31st)
660  Rooms
Single, with bath  $12.00 to $17.00
Double, with bath  15.00 to    23.00
Single, without bath  9.00 to    11.00
Double, without bath  1 3.00 to    15.00
Parlour Bedrooms (1  person)  23.00
(2 persons)  28.00
Suites (bedroom and sitting room
1  or 2 persons)  35.00 to    50.00
3 or more persons to a room: Regular double
rate plus $4.00 for each additional foldaway
bed.
WINTER (November 1st to April 30th)
Single, with bath  $10.00 to $15.00
Double, with bath  1 3.00 to    20.00
Single, without bath  8.00 to      9.00
Double, without bath  11.00 to    1 3.00
Parlour Bedrooms (1  person)  23.00
(2 persons)  28.00
Suites (bedroom and sitting room
1  or 2 persons)     $35.00 to $50.00
RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES
Main Dining Room, River View Dining Room, Coffee Shop
Terrace Cafe, Frontenac Cocktail Lounge and "Place de la
Fontaine" Continental Bar and Cafe.
G. J. JESSOP, Manager
6 THE GALLIC FLAIR
for mellowed elegance
and gastronomic gaiety
The Gallic character and continental savoir-faire of old Quebec
are emphasized in the architecture, appointments and service of
the Chateau Frontenac. Here, dining is an art, each meal a
chef-d'oeuvre, in which the deft service complements the culinary
skill of the chef de cuisine.
Christmas and New Year holiday festivities at the Chateau
Frontenac are notable occasions in the calendars of "bons vivants"
the world over. Ceremonially dressed in historical costumes,
chefs, carvers, waiters, scullions and kitchen boys march in
procession honouring roast beef, turkey, the Boar's Head and
flaming plum pudding.
Almost as historic is the sports climax of the annual Winter
Carnival—canoe races across the ice-filled St. Lawrence River.
Hardy islanders, long used to the necessity of making their way
to the mainland, have brought this thrilling and hazardous
navigation to a fine art. Sturdy boats, specially built for the
purpose, are rowed or paddled in the open stretches, dragged
over tilting ice-floes to the next open water.
Hockey, ice-skating—plain and fancy, tobogganing and sleigh-
rides through the deep-laid snow of narrow, romantic streets
crown Quebec as the winter holiday capital of all North America.
Roast beef — the peer of meats
A most modern massage and health center is located in the lower
lobby of the Chateau Frontenac for the convenience of its guests. L'Entresol - gracious dining-room foyer
Quebec, only walled city in North America, is a holiday resort
the year round. Capital of French-speaking Canada, the
350-year-old city is an historic landmark. Its intriguing narrow
streets, steep hills and architecture are of a romantic past
reflected in the outward appearance of the Chateau Frontenac.
Inside, the modern hostelry that dominates Quebec reflects the
graciousness, comfort and efficiency for which Canadian Pacific
hotels are noted. Summer attractions include golf, river trips
on the mighty St. Lawrence, motoring to such scenic goals as
Ste. Anne de Beaupre, the Isle of Orleans, the Laurentians. In
winter, the Chateau Frontenac is headquarters of the Ski-Hawk
Club, home of French Parallel skiing. Ideal ski country, with
ski-lift and tow at Lac Beauport, is reached by direct bus service.
The Chateau Frontenac triple chute toboggan slide and Terrace
skating rink offer exercise close to home. Every winter the
ancient city takes on a gala appearance for the pre-lenten
Carnaval de Quebec. "Bonhomme Carnaval" becomes king, a
reigning beauty presides over carnival events. Lights, decorations, and intricate ice-sculpture beautify snowy streets and
graceful buildings. Dog-derby, ski contests, ice canoe races lead
up to the Grand Ball at the Chateau Frontenac.
MEETING AND BANQUET ROOMS
Ball Room, Jacques Cartier Room, Salon de Vercheres, Champlain Room, Salon Rose, St. Lawrence Room, and Library.
Winter, summer — every season is full
of interest at the Chateau
Frontenac in Old Quebec.
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Rexdale Boulevard, Rexdale, Toronto, Ont.
Operated by Canadian Pacific Hotels, Limited.
6 minutes from Malton Airport, 20 minutes from Metropolitan
Toronto. Free Parking for Guests, Swimming Pool, 100 Rooms,
each with Bath, Individual Balconies or Patios, TV in every
room, Air-Conditioning, Dial-Telephones, Cafe 27, a comfortable spot for a quick snack, the Country Squire Dining Room.
Fully Licensed.
Banquet Facilities, Conference Rooms, Entertainment.
ROOM RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
Average Maximum
Single Bedroom for one      $10.00 $12.00
Studio for one  11.00
Double Bedroom for two         1 3.50 15.00
Twin Bedroom for two         1 3.50 15.00
Two room suite—(Sitting room and Bedroom)
For 1  person  25.00
For 2 persons        26.00 29.00
Family type room—(2 Double Beds)
For 3 persons  17.50
For 4 persons  20.00
Portable   Beds,   Rollaway   Beds  available for additional person:
at $3.00 per day.
J. B. CAMPBELL Manager
9 7<& TZoytd front,
Toronto, Canada
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
1600  outside  rooms,  many   air-conditioned,  each   with  tub   and
shower.   All accommodation, T.V. and radio equipped.
Single       $   9.50 to $13.00
Double         1 3.50 to    17.00
PARLOUR BEDROOMS
Single  1 3.00 to    1 5.50
Double         1 8.00 to    20.50
SUITES
Single         $25.00 up
Double         30.00 up
See page 30 for Family Plan Rates
RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES
Imperial Room
The Black Knight
Venetian Cafe
Coffee Shop
Princess Lounge
Imperial Lounge
Cascade Lounge
MEETING AND BANQUET ROOMS
(air-conditioned)
Roof Garden, Library, Concert Hall, Ballroom, The Canadian
Room, Algonquin, York, Tudor, Toronto Rooms and 10 new
public rooms named and decorated after the Provinces of Canada.
A. P. MACKINNON, General Manager
E. C. FITT, Manager
10 1600 LUXURIOUS ROOMS
The Royal York, with a total of 1600 rooms, of which
more than 400 are air-conditioned, is the largest hotel in the
Commonwealth and one of the Continent's great convention
centres. Spacious and luxurious, the impressive size of the
Royal York is matched by the warmth of its welcome, the
comfort of its accommodation and the experience of its personnel.
Established more than a quarter-century ago, the Royal York
became overnight the 'centre of things' in Toronto. Since then
the Royal York has met an increasing demand for its high
standard of comfort and service with continuous modernization
and enlargement.
Today, its facilities are flexible and large enough to more than
meet the needs of every guest, whether visiting Toronto on
business, vacation, or as a convention delegate.
The Main Lobby and Mezzanine
COMPLETE CONVENTION STAFF
The Convention Manager and his staff are at your service.
They will help you with all the details of your meeting—
customs facilitation, press arrangements, preparation of
programmes and menus, meeting plans, registration of
delegates—the hundred and one things that make for a
successful convention at the Royal York.
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CONVENTION FACILITIES
The CANADIAN ROOM, the largest room of its kind in Canada
has 15,000 square feet of floor space and is designed to accommodate up to 2,200 people for meetings and 1,550 for banquets.
It is completely equipped to handle every type of exhibition or
display and ideal for large dances and receptions. Some of the
special features of this room are controlled air-conditioning—
coloured translucent ceiling with diffused lighting effects—a
complete public address system—35 and 16 mm. projection
equipment—unsurpassed acoustics—giant 15-ton capacity freight
elevator to handle the largest exhibits directly from street level.
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PLACE OF MEETING
With vastly enlarged facilities, the Royal York meeting rooms
and private dining rooms are capable of seating more than 7,500
persons. In the same rooms, meals can be served to more than
10,000 persons in one day.
Parking problems vanish when guests drive into the Royal York's
400 car parking garage—connected to the hotel by an enclosed
overpass. Room registration and allotment are made at the
garage office and guests may go direct to their rooms as their
cars are parked.
The hotel also has direct tunnel connection with the Union
Station and is the downtown arrival and departure centre for
airline passengers.
The Canadian Room seats 2,200 for meetings,
1,550 for banquets
THE CANADIAN ROOM keynotes the distinctive Canadian
theme presented in the new public rooms named and decorated
after the Provinces and Territories of Canada.
The location—the space—the facilities. The Royal York offers
all three in abundance to meet the requirements of every type
of convention, large or small. With its huge new Canadian Room,
Concert Hall and Ballroom, and Roof Garden . . . with its ten
new Provincial Rooms, York Room, Library, Tudor Room and
other smaller, private rooms. The Royal York offers a complete
choice to the convention executive to accommodate every type
of gathering from as few as a half-dozen people up to those
which bring together thousands.
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Toronto is a city with an appeal for every taste. Its rich cultural
background nurtures art galleries, museums, theatres. Entertainment for every mood is found in racing, hockey, baseball,
football, open-air concerts, nightclubs, restaurants, public beaches,
amusement areas, the Maple Leaf
Gardens sports arena, the O'Keefe
Centre and the Royal Alexandra
Theatre for the performing arts. The
Canadian National Exhibition, Royal
Winter Fair and Sportsmen's Show
are internationally known. And the
hub of Toronto is the Royal York,
your Canadian Pacific host.
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Winnipeg, Manitoba
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Centrally located, connected with the station
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
450 Rooms
Economy  Rated  Rooms   (limited   number)   Single   $5.00 - $6.00
Double $7.00 - $8.00.
Standard Rooms
Single, with bath	
Double, with bath	
Bed-sitting rooms, single	
Bed-sitting rooms, double	
Suites, single .	
Suites, double	
$8.00 to $10.50
12.00 to 14.50
12.00 and 14.00
1 6.00 and 1 8.00
...   23.00 up
...   27.00 up
Free Registered Guest Parking. Hotel situated at junction of
Highways 4 & 59B.
Most standard rooms equipped with combination Television/Radio.
See Page 30 for Family Plan Rates
A covered passageway connects the Royal Alexandra with the
Canadian Pacific Station. Trunk, 504 each way. Checked hand
baggage, per piece, 254 each way.
RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES
(Air Conditioned)
The Selkirk Room — Daily Dining. Entertainment and Dancing
— Thursday, Friday and Saturday Night.
The Selkirk Lounge — Refreshments and special Business
Men's Lunch. Entertainment nightly on Winnipeg's most
unusual stage.
The Coffee Shop — open daily from 7:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. A la
carte and Table d'hote at popular prices.
Convention, Meeting and Banquet Rooms.
Largest convention Hotel in Western Canada.
Crystal Ballroom Tapestry Room
Frontenac Room Windsor Room
Colonial Ballroom Alexandra Room
Vice-Regal Suite Montcalm   Room   and  other
Banquet Room accommodation   suitable   for
Tea Lounge meetings and conventions.
Red River Exhibition — June 19 to 27, 1964
G. A. PHILLIPS, Manager
14 Regina, Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan overlooks Victoria Park
Dominating the tree-shaded prairie city, The Saskatchewan is
the business and social centre of Regina. The minimum taxi
fare between Canadian Pacific Station and Air Port and the
hotel is 50^, including hand baggage. Checked luggage; hand
baggage 50^, trunk, $1.00 each way.
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
268 rooms — all with bath, radio and television
Single       $   8.00 to $14.50
Double       $12.00 to  $18.50
Suites — Single $25.00 and up. Double $29.00 and up.
See page 30 for Family Plan Rates.
RANCH ROOM AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
(Air-conditioned)
Ranch Room — Daily Dining — Entertainment every Saturday Night.
Coach Room — (Licensed)  Business Men's Luncheon Daily
CONVENTION,  MEETING,  AND  BANQUET  ROOMS
TO ACCOMMODATE 10 — 1,100 PERSONS
Qu'Appelle Room
Blue Lounge
Library
Wascana Room
Victoria Room
Regina Room
Pasqua Room
Saskatchewan Suite
Oak Room
Spanish Lounge
Canadian Room
Regina Exhibition — July 27 through August 1, 1964
'THE SASKATCHEWAN" is situated on the south side of the
Trans-Canada Highway. The highway system of the United
States is linked to Regina by a paved highway from North Portal.
Airlines into Regina — T.C.A.,  Trans-Air.
C. G. BURTON, Manager
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reserves your room
in any Canadian Pacific hotel
and other leading hotels
across Canada
It's done by Telex—it's immediate and accurate. And you'll
get a record of your confirmation by mail. Use Canadian
Pacific Reserve-a-Room Service to make inquiries, reserve
rooms, rearrange accommodations. Use it for yourself,
for the family or for small groups. There is no charge.
Reserve-a-Room Service is part of the continuing tradition
of Canadian Pacific hospitality.
Call your Travel Agent or any Canadian Pacific hotel or office
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Canadian Pacific Reserve-a-Room Service
Reservations
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and other hotels listed.
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Canadian Pacific Hotels
Digby, N.S.—The Digby Pines
St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B.,—
The Algonquin
Quebec, Que.—Chateau Frontenac
Toronto, Ont—The Royal York
Rexdale (Toronto), Ont.-Ascot 27*
Winnipeg, Man.—The Royal Alexandra
Regina, Sask.—The Saskatchewan
Calgary, Alta.—The Palliser
Banff, Alta.-Banff Springs Hotel
Banff, Alta.-The Timberline Hotel*
Lake Louise, Alta.—Chateau Lake Louise
Victoria, B.C.—The Empress
""Operated by Canadian Pacific Hotels Ltd.
Reserve-a-Room Service also
makes reservations at:
Belleville, Ont.-Hotel Quinte
Oshawa, Ont—Genosha Hotel
Peterborough, Ont—Empress Hotel
Kitchener, Ont—Walper Hotel
Niagara Falls, Ont—Park Motor Hotel
Fort William, Ont—Royal Edward Hotel
Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.—Harrison Hotel
New Westminster, Greater Vancouver, B.C.
— Royal Towers Motor Hotel
Montreal, Que.— Queen Elizabeth Hotel
Dorval, Que. — Aeroport Hilton
Vancouver, B.C. — Hotel Vancouver 7^0   ^&(jU&&l   Calgary, Alberta
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
481  Rooms
Single, with bath  $   8.00 to $ 1 2.00
Double, with bath  1 0.00 to    1 6.00
Bed-sitting rooms, single  15.00 to    21.00
Bed-sitting rooms, double  1 9.00 to    24.00
Suites, single  25.00 up
Suites, double  31.00 up
See page 30 for Family Plan Rates
RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES
(Air-conditioned)
The Rimrock Dining Lounge and Big Top Lounge.
MEETING AND BANQUET ROOMS
The Palliser Room, Alberta Room, Turner Valley Room,
Marquis Room, Oval Room and Penthouse, all air-conditioned,
and other accommodation suitable for meetings and conventions.
The Palliser, downtown and close to the station
Calgary, gateway to the Canadian Rockies, historic shipping
centre for far-flung cattle ranges, plays a new role today as a
focus to Alberta's fast-growing oil industry.
The Palliser, in the tradition of Canadian Pacific service, is a
metropolitan hotel noted for its cuisine, comfort and accessibility
for business and holiday travel. Television and free parking.
Close to the Canadian Pacific station, luggage rates are: Trunk,
50j£, checked hand baggage 25^ per piece, each way.
The Calgary Stampede, July 6 to 11, 1964.
H. S.  WALKER, Manager
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(Open May 20th to Sept. 16th, 1964, inclusive).
Banff, Alberta
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DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
600 Rooms
Sulphur Mountain view:
Single	
Double, twin beds	
Triple	
Bow Valley view:
Single	
Double, twin beds	
Triple	
$16.00
21.00
28.50
19.00
24.00
33.00
Suites—from $50.00
Cot for child, 1 2 years or under, in room with two adults $4.00
Transfer (incl. hand baggage) 50jzf per person, each way.  Checked
baggage—first piece 75<k, each additional piece 50fi, each way.
Max. charge per person, $2.50 each way.  Trunk $1.00, each way.
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RESTAURANTS AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES
Alhambra Dining Room, Fair holme Dining Room, Cascade
Lounge, Mount Rundle Lounge, Snack Room, 10th Tee Coffee
Bar and Golf Club Lounge.
Baronial Banff Springs Hotel shadowed by Sulphur Mountain
C. J. WATSON, Manager
19 MEETING AND BANQUET ROOMS
Mount Stephen Hall, Garden Lounge, Oak Room, Library,
Conservatory, River view Lounge, Angus Room, Nor quay Room,
Strathcona Room and Cascade Ballroom.
Banff Springs Hotel, Scottish baronial in style, was built of
stone quarried from Mount Rundle, one of the nearby peaks.
Its site, the confluence of the Spray and Bow Rivers, is one of
the most beautiful scenes in the Canadian Rockies. During the
summer season Banff enjoys an average daytime temperature
of 65 degrees.
Reached by the main transcontinental line of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, by the Trans-Canada highway and by air via
Calgary, Banff Springs Hotel, nearly a mile high, is one of
North America's outstanding summer resorts.
SPECIAL DATES AT BANFF
Indian Days — July 16 to July 19, 1964. Chiefs, braves and
squaws from the Morley Reservation camp at Banff to hold
tribal sports and contests.
Trail Riders and Trail Hikes operated by Trail Riders and
Skyline Hikers of the Canadian Rockies Associations.
Trail Rides — July 13 to July 17; July 21 to July 26; August 9
to August 14; August 17 to August 22.
Trail Hiker's Camp — August 2 to August 6.
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20 Banff Springs Golf Course—the mile-high links—is spectacular
enough to keep a player's mind off the game, sporty enough to
compel concentration. Designed by internationally famous
Stanley Thompson, the 6,704-yard, par 71, course is teed for
good, medium and average players. Clubhouse and pro-shop,
five minutes from the terrace, overlook the scenic layout along
the Bow Valley and the last seven fairways are within sight and
sound of the musically fast-running Bow River. From the
570-yard "Windy" (number four) to the 138-yard "Papoose"
(number 12) the whole eighteen test almost every club in the bag.
The attractive clubhouse—a few steps from the hotel—is a very
popular "19th hole". Lunches, teas and snacks, geared to the
golf and mountain-sharpened appetites of Club members, and
beverages to please connoisseurs are featured in the gay, wide-
windowed club room that overlooks the Spray River and the
first and 18th fairways.
■   ■
The Scenic 14th Hole
21 07wt>&e*(<toc ^atet
Banff, Alberta
Operated by Canadian Pacific Hotels, Ltd.
50 Rooms
SUMMER RATES—EUROPEAN PLAN
June 1 to September 30
Double
North Side Twin-bedded Rooms      $15.00
South Side Twin-bedded Rooms         1 8.00
Bed-Sitting Rooms    \  20.00
y I  25.00
Each Additional Adult or Child	
Single
$11.00
14.00
16.00
21.00
3.00
WINTER RATES-
-EUROPEAN PLAN
October 1
to M<
ay 31
(Excl. Christmas and New
Year
Weekends)
Double
Single
North Side Twin-bedded Rooms
.     $10.00
$7.00
South Side Twin-bedded Rooms
Bed Sitting Rooms	
12.50
(  15.00
<   18.00
( 20.00
9.00
11.00
14.00
16.00
Each Additional Adult or Child
3.00
All Rooms with Private Bath or Shower — Wall-to-Wall carpet
and telephones — All Southside Rooms have balconies —
Dining Room, Sundeck, with traditionally fine service — The
Timberline is ideally situated to cater for conventions, meetings
or private dinner parties.
Altitude 4,625 ft. — Average Daytime temperature during
Summer 65°; during Winter 34°
Transfer: y2 mile—between Station and Hotel, no charge. Buses
meet all trains; Hand baggage free; checked baggage, first piece
75 cents, each additional piece 50 cents each way. Trunk $1.00
each way. Check out hour 2 p.m.  ~~->
J. E. WRAY, Resident Manager
22 Lake Louise, Alberta
(Open June 9th to September 11th, 1964 inclusive).
Sheltered from the North by the serried peaks of the Pipestone Range of the Canadian Rockies, Chateau Lake Louise, in
Banff National Park, enjoys a view of the lovely lake for which
the comfortable summer resort hotel was named. From each
public room, and many bedrooms, Victoria Glacier is a magnificent
sight. Average daytime temperature during the season is
62 degrees.
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Warmed, sheltered glacial waters invite you to swim
Pipestone Range view:
Single $16.00
Double, twin beds.. .   21.00
Triple.    28.50
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
400 Rooms
Lake view:
Single $19.00
Double, twin beds. . .   24.00
Triple    33.00
Deluxe Rooms:
Single    21.00
Double    27.00
Suites from $50.00
Cot for child, 12 years or under, in room with two adults.     $4.00
Transfer, including hand baggage 754, per person, each way.
Checked baggage — first piece 754, each additional 504, each
way. Maximum charge per person $2.50, each way. Trunks $1.00
per piece, each way.
RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGES
Victoria Dining Room, fully licensed, faces Lake and Glacier,
Snack Room, Main Lobby, Glacier Lounge, Fair view Room.
D. A. WILLIAMS, Manager
23 CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE
Surrounded by mountain peaks, sited on the northern shore of
glacier-formed Lake Louise, Chateau Lake Louise commands
magnificent views from every window. To the south the sun
sweeps the jade green lake and sharpens the 400-foot thick snow-
field that crowns Victoria Glacier. Around the verge of the lake
well-kept trails branch upwards to the Lakes in the Clouds,
southward to the Moraine and beside it to the Plain of the
Six Glaciers.
Tea-houses at Lake Agnes and the Plain of Six Glaciers serve
meals and snacks to hikers and riders who make their way to
these remote beauty spots afoot or mounted on sturdy, surefooted mountain ponies—sometimes in company with horse-
wranglers from the corral hard by the Chateau.
Whistling hoary marmots, erect as their plains cousins the
ground-hogs, squirrels and western birds watch the human
visitors; slopes are covered with blooming Alpine wildflowers;
there may even be a sight of deer, bear or mountain sheep on the
higher slopes. These wild animals are used to humans—but
remember they are not tame. National Park regulations—for
the safety of the visitor—forbid the feeding of wild animals.
There is sun to enjoy, swimming and boating, lovely gardens
and, of course, the famous Iceland Poppies nodding in the breeze
on the sun-drenched forecourt.
Swimming pool and nodding poppies sparkle in the sun
24 Picture windows form the south wall of the Victoria Dining Room
Lake Louise, 40 miles from Banff, yet a near neighbour in the
2500 square miles of Banff National Park, plays a scenic part in
every delicious meal served in the picture-windowed Victoria
Dining Room. Windows looking across the lake to gigantic
Victoria Glacier, pictures the placid water with its gaily coloured
canoes, the pony trail and hikers' walk along the shore, the
terraced beds of Iceland Poppies, eight-foot delphinium, formal
gardens and the glass-screened, filtered, warmed, swimming pool.
Equal parts are played by the deft, friendly service and the
cosmopolitan cuisine for which the airy, happy restaurant is
justly noted. Spotless napery, gleaming flatware and sophisticated menus add to the enchantment of the living outdoors
captured by the great plate glass windows. Enjoying the same
scenic magnificence, the Glacier Lounge, too, fronts on lake and
glacier, watches the westward path of the summer sun as it
marches across the 400-foot deep snowfield—an aspect also
enjoyed from many bedrooms, some with their private verandahs.
Indoors or out Chateau Lake Louise with its air of spacious,
homey comfort, typifies "the tops" in summer vacationing.
Each week night there is dancing in the intimate, tasteful
Fairview Room; friendly arrangements of comfortable, restful
furniture encourage groups for games or friendly talks. Lake
Louise enjoys an average daytime temperature of 62° ranging
from sports shirt weather in the bright sunshine to the pleasure
of a light topcoat for walks beside the moonlit lake.
Daily, except Sunday, Concert in the Lobby from 8.30 to 9.15 p.m.
Sunday only, Protestant and Roman Catholic Church Services
in the Fairview Room.
Sunday evening at 8.30 p.m. travelogue films and lectures.
25 *7^0  S>9Piftn,eA4,
Victoria, British Columbia
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The Empress, from the rose garden
DAILY RATES      EUROPEAN
PLAN
570 Rooms
May 15th to September 14th
Other Months
Single  with bath $ 10.00 to    14.50
$  7.50 to    1 2.00
10.50 to    15.50
Double  with bath    1 3.00 to    21.00
Triple with bath    20.50 and 23.50
13.50 and 15.00
Bed-sitting rooms:
Single $17.00 up
$14.00 up
Double    23.00 up
18.00 up
Suites    38.00 up
30.00 up
See page 30 for Family Plan Rates
Close to Canadian Pacific docks. Hand bagga
ge, per piece, 25^
each way between hotel and  pier, also Vancouver Island  Coach
Lines Terminal. Trunk, 50^ each way. Supervised parking in hotel
grounds.
Free swimming at the Crystal Garden for registered guests
of the Empress Hotel.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES
Empress Dining Room, Coffee Shop
BANQUET AND MEETING ROOMS
Crystal Ballroom, Main Lounge, Georgian Lounge, Conservatory,
Prince Albert, Princess Charlotte, Duke of Kent, Princess
Louise Private Dining Rooms.
L. C. PARKINSON, Manager
26 Rates:
MOTOR LODGE OF THE EMPRESS HOTEL
A limited economy service for transient guests.
Single with bath	
Double with bath	
$6.00 up
9.00 up
Free Swimming
Free Parking
Check out time 1 2 noon.
"Facilities of the Empress Hotel are available to Motor Lodge
guests. The Motor Lodge of the Empress Hotel is the best overnight accommodation value in Victoria."
Reservations accepted winter months only.
THE ROYAL LONDON WAX MUSEUM
In the Lower Ballroom of the Crystal Garden, direct from
London, England, a unique collection of the famous of past and
present, sculptured in wax, magnificently costumed, and portrayed in historically accurate settings in the great tradition of
Josephine Tussaud's.
Sales Promotion Office available to assist with small seminars
or large conventions.
THE EMPRESS
Victoria, British Columbia
27 THE EMPRESS
Victoria, British Columbia
The Empress, like the city it adorns, has a character of its own.
Cosmopolitan and metropolitan, like all Canadian Pacific year-
round hotels, it is a resort, too, equally popular with business
and holiday travellers. To the business man or woman it is an
oasis of dignity and comfort after a tiring day. To the holiday-
maker it is the restful focal point of an island vacation. Renowned
as a citadel of the leisured culture of less strenuous days and
famous amongst world travellers for its traditional * 'afternoon
tea" in the Main Lounge, The Empress is geared to the tempo
of today. But the yesterday of Old England is emphasized in
Christmas festivities—Boar's Head and Yule Log ceremonies,
carols, "waits", mummers in jolly commemoration of spacious
times.
Crystal Gardens swimming pool
The Empress dining-room, portrait gallery of Canada's "first
ladies", the Coffee Shop for less leisured diners cater to discriminating palates. The palm-lined Crystal Garden serves tea
and light refreshments. Dancing on Saturday night, swimming,
massage, Turkish Bath, remedial exercises, electrical and light
treatments are available just across from the Rose Garden.
28 @€L9tadt€ut 7*^acinic
Operated by other organizations but working closely with
Canadian Pacific, a number of resorts within easy reach of the
transcontinental line offer attractions that fit in well with a
Canadian holiday.
LAKE O'HARA LODGE — AMERICAN PLAN
(Open June 20th to September 20th, 1964)
Reached by bus from Chateau Lake Louise, this quiet mountain
retreat offers fishing, boating, hiking and mountain climbing.
Information and rates available from:
Austin Ford, 635 - 6th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alta.
EMERALD LAKE CHALET AND COTTAGES, FIELD, B.C.
(Open June 15th to September 9th, 1964)
Owned and operated by Brewster Transport Co. Ltd., Banff, Alta.
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
Chalet:
Single      $5.00 and $7.00
Double        7.00 and    8.00
Cottages:
Single      $10.00
Double         13.00
Reservations and information, Box 7 7 40, Banff, Alta.
COLUMBIA ICEFIELD CHALET
DAILY RATES — EUROPEAN PLAN
(Open June 1st to Sept. 30th, 1964)
Glacier View Mountain View
with bath without bath
Single  $   8.00 $6.00
Double  12.00 8.00
For information and reservations, Brewster Transport Co. Ltd.,
Banff, Alta.
MOUNT ASSINIBOINE LODGE
AMERICAN PLAN
Owned and Operated by Erling Strom
(Open July 1st to October 10th, 1964)
Two days by horseback from Banff
En route $16.00 per day including horse and guide. At the lodge:
$11.00 to $15.00 per day. Horses available at regular National
Park rates. For information and reservations—Erling Strom (winter
address Stowe, Vermont. Summer address Mt. Assiniboine Lodge,
via Banff, Alberta.)
DEVIL'S GAP LODGE
Two miles by road from Kenora
(Open May 15th to September 30th, 1964)
Accommodation for 85 people MODIFIED AMERICAN PLAN
Fishing — Swimming — Boating — Golf — Family Recreation
Information and rates available from:
Mrs. L. A. Hamilton, Box 700, Kenora, Ontario
29 Gutad^ HOTELS
SPECIAL  FAMILY  PLAN  RATES
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.
IN   EFFECT AT THE  FOLLOWING  HOTELS
The Royal York, Toronto, Ont., *Chateau Frontenac, Quebec,
Que., The Royal Alexandra, Winnipeg, Man., The Saskatchewan,
Regina, Sask., The Palliser, Calgary, Alta., The Empress,
Victoria, B.C.,
*Plan in effect from November 1st to April 30th ONLY.
CONVENTIONS AND  SALES  DIVISION
OFFERS CENTRALIZED SERVICE FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTELS FROM SEA TO SEA
For reservations, costs, assistance in
planning a meeting or convention
Consult
Mr. W. A. GRAY,
Manager, Conventions & Sales,
Room 284, C.P.R. Windsor Station,
MONTREAL, QUE., CANADA.
All rates are quoted subject to change without notice.
SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
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means added convenience when you are travelling—by land,
sea or air. Honoured throughout the world by ail appointed
Travel Agencies and Canadian Pacific offices. Enquiries to:
Manager, Credit Card Bureau, Canadian Pacific, Windsor
Station, Montreal 3, Que.
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BY LAND
"The Canadian", all-stainless-steel scenic-dome transcontinental
streamliner crosses Canada daily between Toronto-Vancouver and
Montreal-Vancouver. The anti-glare glass-enclosed observation
domes capture unequalled views of the spectacular Canadian
Rockies, limitless prairies, rugged north shore of Lake Superior,
bush, mining and placid farm lands of Ontario and Quebec and
the pastoral coast plains of British Columbia.
BY SEA
White "Empresses" sail between Montreal and Europe during the
St. Lawrence season. The Canadian Pacific "inland route" gives
you 1,000 miles of the scenic St. Lawrence River, nearly 300
sheltered miles in British waters. Winter cruises by "White Empresses" from New York to the Caribbean and from the United
Kingdom to Mediterranean waters and to the West Indies.
BY AIR
Passenger, express and air cargo service across Canada and
internationally to four continents is flown by Super DC-8 jet Empresses. They serve Hawaii, the South Pacific, the Orient, Mexico
and South America, northern Europe via the Polar Route and
Lisbon, Madrid, Rome by the sunny southern route. Fly CPA for
excellent service and unexcelled passenger comfort.
SAFEGUARD YOUR TRAVEL FUNDS . . .
CARRY   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   EXPRESS   TRAVELLERS'   CHEQUES 3£&i&«*g
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TRAINS/TRUCKS/SHIPS/PLANES/HOTELS/TELECOMMUNICATIONS
WORLD'S MOST COMPLETE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
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