Sometime during the 1930s, Canadian Pacific dropped the color paintings that had distinguished its resort booklets in the late 1920s and early 1930s. While the front cover of this booklet is a painting, it would be more accurate to call it an illustration as it is unsigned and appears to have been done by a commercial illustrator rather than a fine artist. As a sign of things to come, the back cover is a color photo.
Other than a color fold-out map, inside is nothing but black-and-white photos along with some red to highlight headlines. The black-and-white photos, however, tend to be larger and clearer than the ones used in CP’s 1929 booklet.