Organization: Department of Trade and Commerce
We invite you to the Canadian International Trade Fair May 31 to June 12, 1948 Toronto, Ontario… and we think you’ll profit by coming.
This will be the first International Trade Fair ever to be held in North America. It is sponsored by the Government of Canada, which cordially invites United States businessmen to attend.
It will be devoted entirely to business. The general public will not be admitted. Every exhibit has been accepted on the condition that the goods displayed are for sale and can be delivered within a reasonable time. Transactions can be completed on the spot.
The products of more than 25 countries will be on display, and buyers will come from every quarter of the globe. For the period of this fair Toronto will be a world market-place — the same room of the world on your doorstep — within a convenient day’s journey from any city in the United States.
Canada will be the host — but the Fair will belong to the traders and businessmen of all nations. There will be interpreters — special cable and communications services — private restaurants and meeting rooms — all the facilities you need to do business with all the world, comfortably and conveniently.
Official invitations, which are required for admission, may be obtained on application to the Canadian International Trade Fair, Canadian National Exhibition Grounds, Toronto, Canada. Early requests will help to assure accommodation.