Survey map of Canadian Pacific Railway Company lines through Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Railway routes are outlined and the stations along them named. First Nations reserves are marked throughout with "I.R." for "Indian Reserve." Bodies of water are named.
Consists of transit routes for trade and industry throughout the Dominion of Canada, into the United States, and abroad. Shipping by boat is indicated with red, hashed lines, while locomotive travel is indicated by crossed lines resembling train tracks. Major industries of a particular area are noted in red, capitalized words. Diagrams on the lower left compare each province/territory's contribution to different industries.
Shows railway lines in Canada, both constructed and in various stages of construction, as of 1909. Other data recorded on the map include track laid, government funding to railways, earnings, construction in the previous year, mileage operated, and distance between certain Canadian and international cities. All distance is recorded in miles.