Talking Machine World, March 15, 1917, p. 38. "The Canadian Phonograph & Sapphire Disc Co., who until recently occupied 505 Builders' Exchange, have now removed to 408 Builders' Exchange, where they have more commodious quarters. MY. Poisson reports a good month's demand for their various specialties."
Canadian Music Trades Journal, October, 1917. A display ad by The Canadian Phonograph & Sapphire Disc Co., Limited, 408 Builders' Exchange Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba announced that "our complete line of phonographs [are] now ready."
Canadian Music Trades Journal, November 1917, p. 61: "The Canadian Phonograph and Sapphire Disc Co. are featuring their $90 machine with good results. The season has opened early with them and the available business looks very promising indeed."
Without seeing the logo or nameplate on an actual example of a phonograph from this company it is not yet known whether they branded their machines "Canadian".
Canadian Music Trades Journal
, October, 1917, p. 33.
, November, 1917, p. 47.