Kanata has been given the exclusive license to produce a series of CPR throw blankets, including the Canadian Cotton Throw.
Canadian Pacific Railway bound the Canadian nation together on November 7, 1885, completing Canada’s first transcontinental railway. Today, Canadian Pacific operates 22,400 kilometers (13,900 miles) of rail line in Canada and the United States.
When the last spike was driven on November 7, 1885, the Canadian Pacific Railway was completed and a nation was bound together. Canadian Pacific has been operating a transcontinental railway for more than 130 years, with approximately 13,700 miles of track in Canada and the United States.
The Canadian Cotton Throw is a fringed cotton throw in a single-layer tapestry design, reproducing a design by Roger Couillard.
The artwork of Montreal native Roger Couillard (1910–1999) first caught the eye of Canadian Pacific’s publicity department in the late 1930s. In 1955, Couillard designed one of CP’s iconographic posters, which depicted snow-clad mountains, ice-blue rivers and, of course, Canadian Pacific’s premier transcontinental train at the time, The Canadian.
The Eastern Tours Cotton Throw is a fringed cotton throw in a single-layer tapestry design.
The Pacific Coast Tours Cotton Throw is a fringed throw in a single-layer tapestry design.
Introduce these beautifully traditional Canadian designs into your home.
These classic but stylish, super-soft cotton throws are the perfect size to drape over any couch or bed, offering a touch of colour and sophistication to any room.