|Directed by||Eugene Boyko|
|Narrated by||Stanley Jackson|
|Music by||Malca Gillson|
|Edited by||Rex Tasker|
|Distributed by||National Film Board|
Helicopter Canada (aka Hélicoptère Canada) is a 1966 Canadian documentary film produced by the National Film Board of Canada, and directed by Eugene Boyko. The film featured aerial photography of all of Canada's 10 Canadian provinces and territories. Helicopter Canada, sponsored by the Canada's Centennial Commission, was produced for international distribution in both French and English language versions on the occasion of the Canadian centennial.
The short documentary offers a narrated tour from a helicopter of the 10 Canadian provinces in 1966. The bird's-eye view of Canada showed both familiar and little-known aspects of the Canadian landscape. A total of 10 film locations were featured: the Badlands, Alberta, Oak Island, Nova Scotia, Ottawa, Ontario, Montréal, Québec, Québec City, Québec, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Thousand Islands, Saint Lawrence River, Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Vancouver, British Columbia and Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Helicopter Canada was made for international distribution during the Canadian centennial. Columbia Pictures bought the rights for a 22-minute version that was distributed internationally, including the USSR, USA, China and Italy. Besides French, the film was translated into 12 languages.
Although now considered dated, Helicopter Canada, during its initial release, received positive reviews. Joan Fox wrote in her review for The Globe and Mail, "If this film doesn’t stir your Canadian blood, nothing will.” 
The film also received two awards at the Canadian Film Awards: Best Film in the General Information category and a Special Prize "For providing a superbly appropriate and inspiring opportunity for Canadians to view their country in the Centennial Year."
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