Folded Dimensions: 3.5" X 9.5" 
Open Dimensions: 45" W X 19" H
Date Location: Front Cover & Legend
Cover Description: Red background with the word "ONTARIO" in yellow with black shadow effect.  Other lettering is white, black and red.  The provincial coat of arms is on the cover.
Date Code: Non-Applicable
Southern Ontario Scale: 1" : 18.5 miles
Northern Ontario Scale: 1" : 18 miles
Main Legend Side Features: Southern Ontario map as far north as Sudbury, Index of Southern Cities, Towns and Villages, Mileage Tables, Index of Lakes, Canadian Customs Regulations, Extract for US Tariff Regulations of Special Interest to Tourists, ", Synopsis of Fish & Game Law.
Opposite Side Features: Northern Ontario map, Index of Northern Cities, Towns and Villages, an Index of Lakes, 25 close-up maps of cities.
Mileage Tables: Highways No. 2  through to Highway No. 99 & The Queen Elizabeth Way
Compiled & Drawn By: D. Barclay. A. Hay, Chief Draughtsman
Prime Minister:  M. F. Hepburn
Minister: T. B. McQuesten, Department of Highways
Deputy Minister: R. M. Smith, Department of Highways
Copyright: Crown copyright is acknowledged, materials below are reproduced for non-commercial purposes.© Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2016. 
Director: Douglas R. Oliver, Travel and Publicity Bureau
Other: Lithographed by The Copp Clark Co., Limited, Toronto
Note: For an interesting story about a small town named Swastika and the impact of WWII on it's name - please click HERE.

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40 41 Northern Icon
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40 41 Southern Icon
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North Arrow Used On This Map   

40 41Toronto

40 41Hamilton

40 41 Ferries

There are no shortages of ferries to cross the Ottawa River in 1941.

From Back

From the back cover of the map.