MEET AND MIX FROM COAST TO COAST
MR. MORRIS W. WILSON, President, Royal Bank, and an eminent Canadian, recently said of the Tourist Industry: "It provides jobs; visitors scatter over our country in such a way as to carry trade to practically every hamlet; international goodwill is fostered by the happy way in which visitors and our own people meet and mix and do business. We have not done more than scratch the surface of the tourist industry."
Expansion of our tourist traffic will prove invaluable to the post-war development of our country, but it should be accompanied by a great increase in travel between Canadians themselves.
For a more closely-knit unity, more friendly understanding between all sections of Canada, there's nothing like the meeting and mixing of the people of our nine provinces.
Canada has variety of climates and scenic beauty, traditions of courtesy and hospitality to equal any nation on earth. They should be better known to visitors and Canadians alike.
This message is the first of a series supporting
the efforts of otir Government's Travel Bureau and
Provincial Tourist Associations to make Tourist
jjTravel a major Canadian industry. Starting from
jWest to East, first subject of our travel high spots
^from Coast to Coast is the vista of Vancouver
1 Harbour and the North Shore mountains, a scene
'that visitors to Vancouver never forget. Offered in the public service by ... .
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