This double-sided map of Ontario includes three street plans of Toronto at different scales.
On one side of the map, the more densely populated eastern Ontario is shown at 1:1,000,000, with coverage extending from the Quebec border westwards beyond Sudbury to Manitoulin Island and within US to Detroit and Toledo; northwards coverage extends beyond the Ottawa River and the Trans-Canada Highway 17 to include Lake Temagami. The map shows the region’s road network and national/provincial parks. Road distances are shown on main routes, and border crossings to the US are indicated. Railway lines are includes and local airports are marked. Symbols indicate various places of interest and facilities, including campsites. The map of eastern Ontario is accompanied by three panels covering Toronto: a detailed street plan of the city’s central districts; The Beaches district east of the downtown area; plus a road map of the Toronto area including access to the Pearson International Airport.
On the reverse side western Ontario is featured at 1:1,550,000. Coverage extends to approx. 90 º north; the Sault Ste. Marie region is presented on a separate panel. Both sides have separate indexes.
Scales 1:1,000,000 (south) and 1:500,000 (north)
Map opens out to 1000mm x 690mm