Canadian Pacifiquel Pavilion
Visitors to the Canadian Pacific Cominco Pavilion on ile Notre-Dame will see a completely new dimension in the art of motion pictures, Francis Thompson and Alexander Hammid, who produced an outstanding award-winning film for the New York World's Fair, have used a new Multi-Camera film technique and spent 18 months traveling across Canada to produce a charmingly humorous film on Canadian youth against a background of some of the country's most beautiful scenery. The Viewers doesn't just see the film, he will participate in it in an exciting and unusual manner.
After the film show, lasting approxximately 20 minutes, visitors visit the "5+1" exhibit building and encounter a completely different and fascinating experience. Here, through actual participation, visitors have fun learning things about the five senses of sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. Finally, in the "5+1" area the theme Man and his World is related to the words of the two sponsoring companies, Canadian Pacific, the world's most complete transportation system, and Cominco Ltd, a Canadian mining, metal and chemical company with world-wide operations.
( Document: Official Guide of l'Expo 67, Copyright 1967 by Maclean-Hunter Publishing Co. Ltd. )
Man and is World in 1969 - Labyrinth III
In revised form, the film spectacular of Expo 67 is presented in a curved metallic pavilion on ile Notre-Dame. The exhibit is a thoroughly unconventional return to the mythical beast in man in an attempt to provide visitors with new perspectives on the meaning of being alive in the modern world.
(Terre des hommes 1969 - Guide Officiel - publié par la ville de Montréal)