The Viola phonograph, "a Made in Canada product", was marketed in western Canada, primarily Winnipeg and Edmonton.

Talking Machine World, May 1917, p. 42: "WINNIPEG, MAN., May 2. - The Dominion Sewing Machine Co., 80-82 Lombard Street, are exclusive sales agents for the Viola, a "made in Canada" product, and the Carola Western Sales Co., 15 Paris Arcade, are handling the Carola in the Western Province."

Talking Machine World, August 1917, p. 42: "WINNIPEG, MAN., August 4. - Owing to the large development of their phonograph department, the word "phonograph" has been incorporated in the name of the Dominion Sewing Machine & Phonograph Co., in which form the company will hereafter transact business."

Talking Machine World, October 1917, p. 42: "The Dominion Sewing Machine and Phonograph Co., 300 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg, are handling the Viola talker."

Hardware and Metal, August 25, 1917, p. 78.

Hardware and Metal, December 22, 1917, p. 87.

Edmonton Journal, April 19, 1919, p. 35.

Edmonton Journal, November 19, 1919, p. 15.

Edmonton Journal, February 6, 1920, p. 17.

Winnipeg Free Press Evening Bulletin, September 14, 1923, p. 2.

Edmonton Journal, March 7, 1924, p. 14.

Winnipeg Nor'-west Farmer, May 5, 1924, p. 56. The Dominion Sewing Machine & Phonograph Co.Winnipeg, were exclusive sales agents for the Viola.