A youth walks on a trail on 1600 MI Alaskan Highway in Hazelton, Canada. He picks his bag and walks along a river. His dog follows him. The boy rests on the ground. He walks with three police men. He meets civilians and shakes hands with them.
Canada National Exhibition Executive Office Building entrance with posters of Churchill, Roosevelt, and Ontario above the door. Canadian World War I Veterans from Goodyear Canada posing with the Canon-Scott trophy for best marching outfit. The veterans are among the WWI veterans marching at the Canada National Exhibtion in honor of Warriors Day. Also marching are the Cadets from the Royal Candaian Flying Corps. President of Goodyear Canada, Bert Partridge, congratulates the men from Goodyear.
Distant view of the steamer ,the Prescott arriving at docks in Ontario Canada. Young sailors line up and pose for camera. The Captain of Prescott emerges out and is greeted by officials. Two sailors point at logo 'Prescott' marked on ship. A lady with an official opens up champaign bottle to celebrate ship's departure. Spectators farewell the many aboard. 1941.
United States troops visit Canada. They arrive in Canada for a day of fun and goodwill. The officers of United States and Canada shake hands. Trucks and jeeps loaded with soldiers move across the road. Officers review cadets parading. The troops wave hands as they travel on jeeps and trucks.
War Loan Campaign in Toronto,Ontario during World War II. Banner reads '1941 Victory Loan' and ' Tools for Churchill'. Large crowd of Canadian civilians gathered at the street square. Tanks move. American and British flags flutter in wind from a building. Woman hoists a flag. Military band plays.
Depth chargers being manufactured in Canada during World War II. Canadian men work in a plant as they manufacture depth charges. Men work on metal pieces. They wear masks as they weld metal cylinders. Explosives being filled into the depth charge. Men push the depth charges on a trolley. A ship at sea as a depth charge explodes in the background during World War 2.