Expo 67 Links


Expo 17 - a World's Fair in Montreal - by Rick Barham (English text)

Expo 17 - a World's Fair in Montreal - by Rick Barham (French text)

Expo 17 - a World's Fair in Montreal - Addendum - by Rick Barham

Expo 67: 50 Years Later - by the National Film Board of Canada

Library and Archives of Canada: "Expo 67... A Virtual Experience"

Expo 67 in Montreal, A Landmark Event

The National Archives of Québec: "The Universal Exposition in Montreal in 1967"

Expo 67 History Cards: "Les Six Mois de l' Expo"
The information on these cards are translated into English from Yves Jasmin's book "La Petite Histoire d' Expo 67" by Jason Stockl which provides for a day-by-day accounting of the events that took place at Expo. The history cards are beautifully arranged in sequence for viewing.

Royal Bank of Canada: "The Universal and International Exhibition of 1967"

Sir Basil Spence, architect for the British Pavilion, original drawings

Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland website: "Site of Expo 67" containing 178 images and sketches of the British Pavilion and more

Gerry McGee's excellent photo collection on Expo 67

Robert Lavigne's Expo gallery

Expo Lounge by Jason Stockl

D.C. Hillier.com Expo 67

D.C. Hillier's Anniversary of Light

D.C. Hillier's Expo illustrations

Patrick Stuart: "This Was the Future" (YouTube video)

The Monorail Society: Expo's Monorails

Alexander Kolosov's Dow Beer Caps Expo 67

Montréal Universal and International Exhibition of 1967

Expo 67 photographs plus "Man and His World" in 1968.  Bonus photographs, New York Worlds Fair, 1964

Bill Cotter's "WorldsFairPhotos.com." An excellent compendium of digital photographs of various World Fairs

Here's an interesting link to another world exposition: Vancouver's Expo 86

Canada at Expo 2000 in Hannover, Germany, by Robert Tremblay

Past TV Alert: CBC Television Special on Expo 67

Canada participated at the Shanghai China World Exposition from May 1 to October 31, 2010.

The logo design (the middle drawing in the above illustration) depicts "the image of three people - you, me, him/her holding hands together, symbolizes the big family of mankind" writes the Shanghai World Exposition website.

Coming off of their highly successful Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games, China had raised the bar very high on themselves. 246 countries and international organizations participated at the Shanghai World Exposition. A total of 73 million visitors had visited the event.

Click here for 138 exclusive photographs of Expo 2010 as photographed by Jason Stockl of Montreal and who eventually met up with Montreal Mayor Gerald Tremblay in Shanghai during the same week that Jason had been attending.

Also, DC Hillier, another resident from Montreal took some very breathtaking photographs of Expo 2010 during a summer holiday visit to Shanghai.

China Radio International has an informative website on the subject called: Charm of a City - 2010 Shanghai Expo.

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This page was last updated on June 6, 2019.