Map of roads and ferry routes between the western United States and Canada for a Canadian tourism brochure. The road network pictured reaches as far north as Notikewin, Alberta, and as far south as San Francisco. National and provincial parks are shown, with historic sites on a small map on the verso.
The Canadian Travel Bureau was created in 1934, substantially as a response to the Great Depression, with D. Leo Dolan as its first chief. In a 1937 Department of Transport annual report, Dolan cited hunters, anglers, and canoeists as among the best-paying tourists.
Annual Report. Canada: Canada Department of Transport, 1936.