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."

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.

The Globe, September 6, 1919, p. 9.

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

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