Helicopter Canada: a centennial documentary

A little treat from our commie-pinko National Film Board for all you documentary buffs out there:

“Helicopter Canada”, by Eugene Boyko, 1966. Made just in time to celebrate Canada’s 100th birthday the following year. Hands-down one of the most charming documentaries you’ll ever see; shows my home and native land from coast to coast to coast. And barely dated, to boot.

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