Canadian Music Trades Journal, April 1919, p. 87: "The Paramount Phonograph Record Company of Canada Limited has been incorporated with a capitalization of $300,000 with headquarters in Montreal. We are given to understand that a factory has been located and it is the intention of the company to manufacture a complete line of phonographs and paramount records on a large scale."

Talking Machine World, September 15, 1919, p. 162: "The Paramount Phonograph & Record Co. Ltd., are displaying a number of their new models at the Toronto Fair. The exhibit is in charge of Messrs. Fowler & Lemieux."

Canadian Music Trades Journal, March 1920, p. 92-93. "Windsor Phonograph and Record Company, Limited, with head office at Montreal, and capitalized at one million dollars, has been incorporated with a Dominion Charter. The new corporation has taken over the plant and business of Paramount Phonograph and Record Co., the factory being located at 200 Papineau Avenue."

The Globe, September 6, 1919, p. 9. The Paramount phonograph was introduced in September, 1919, at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) in Toronto. It was manufactured by the Paramount Phonograph and Record Company of Canada, Limited, 200-206 Papineau Avenue, Montreal.

Canadian Music Trades Journal, September, 1919, p. 74.

Talking Machine Review, September 15, 1919, p. 185.

Montreal Star, December 20, 1920, p. 20.

Montreal Star, December 27, 1920, p. 13.

Montreal Star, March 17, 1921, p. 31.