While going through the background files for the new project I'm working on at work, I found this slice of history:
The caption reads:
There's a lot to see at Ontario Place, and some of the easiest things on the eye are the attractive guides. Three of them are shown here modelling their different uniforms....
I am not sure if this was supposed to be a slight on the 'avant garde' utopian architecture of Ontario Place (including a geodesic dome and North America's first dedicated IMAX theatre, living silos, future pods, and connecting walkways...) or if it was just your run-of-the-mill 70's sexism. The lesson we can take away from this is that YELLOW is flattering on everyone and ORANGE is flattering on no one. Please remember this for the future, Canadian institutions.