The participation of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Expo 67 takes the form of a low rectangular building, with Greek-style colonnade, which will be the “home away from home” for all television and radio broadcasters telling the story of Expo 67 to the world. Visitors will be taken on guided tours. Through large slanted window panels they may watch artists and technicians at work. An observation gallery has been provided for one of two large television studios, the largest the CBC has ever built. Visitors will also be able to sit-in for all kinds of programs, news to opera, in the studio.

Besides serving as a functional studio and distribution facility for the CBC and foreign broadcasters, the pavilion also drew an average of 5,000 guests per day. The facility cost $10 million, a considerable sum for the CBC in 1967. (CD #10 Set 24\1964 #10)