Thanks for the follow up! Very interesting test example!
The strange uniform I have is the same exact, and I do mean exact, CADPAT Arid camouflage pattern as a legitimate used example I have. The two differences between it and the 1st Model full production are the cut and the colors. The cut is identical to the OD version, which has some small differences from the CADPAT uniform (no velcro shoulder tab on the left arm, for example).
From what I've been able to piece together, initially the Canadians outsourced test production "overseas" because their on domestic printing capacity wasn't capable of printing hard edged drawings like this. The early cloth that was rejected, and made into Frontenac branded uniforms, shows evidence that even after they tried domestic production they didn't get it right.
For now my operating theory is that I have a test sample made in Pakistan for the Canadian MOD. I think it's unlikely that some company would go through such lengths to create an exact replica of the OD uniform, complete with useless trouser belt loop buttons, MOD perfect stitching, picture perfect camo pattern copy, on exact Canadian style cloth, with pre-CADPAT features and labels, then after all of that put "Made in Pakistan" labels on it. It just doesn't make sense. They would surely have skipped out on a bunch of expensive features, cheaped out on the sewing, or at least left off the export tags.