Found a little Canadian aviation history today.
After a meal served on Royal Doulton china, coffee service, and complimentary drinks, the flight attendants would walk the cabin taking orders from the in-flight shopping catalog. This key chain was one of the fun treasures offered amongst high end perfumes and plastic aircraft models, one for every plane in the fleet. This, I guess, was the beginning of the race to buy as much cheap Chinese shit as possible. And sadly representative of the kind of consumerism, and focus on finding an ever cheaper deal, that eventually drove Wardair out of business.