I came across this video showing the history of Canadian Pacific Air Lines. It starts in 1942 with the amalgamating of ten small bush flying operations into one airline. I couldn't find a reference to who created and narrated the video, but they did an excellent job. The video is from the Canadian Aviation Hall of Fame.
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