Canada's tourist industry: what we can offer our visitors, what they bring us in return. Every summer, more than six million Americans cross their northern border to revel in their neighbour's fine beaches, superb fishing and matchless scenery, and to spend American dollars vital to Canada's economy. But, in case Canadians have become conceited about their country's attractions, the film points out things which need improvement--some restaurants and some roads, in particular. On the credit side we see the work of federal and provincial travel bureaus, the parks, picnic grounds and camps which delight the traveller, and the government hatcheries' work in keeping fishing first-class.
1949, 11 min
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