Folded Dimensions: 4.75" X 8.5"
Open Dimensions: 37.75 W X 25 H
Date Location: Front Cover & Legend
Cover Description: The main background color of the cover is dark blue.  All text is in white, except the word "ONTARIO" which is in red with white highlighting.  On the right center of the cover is a colored photograph showing the ramps of a multi layered interchange.  There are four colored drawings on the left side of the cover from the top down; a canoe on a stream with four occupants; a lead oxen drawn wagon with others following; a lone rider in a horse drawn buggy and a driver in an old car traveling along rough terrain.
Date Code: Non-Applicable
Southern Ontario Scale: 1" : 14 miles
Northern Ontario Scale: 1" : 28 miles
 
Main Legend Side Features: Map of Southern Ontario with legend, 'District Engineers Addresses & Telephone numbers' and close up maps of 37 communities.
Opposite Side Features: Map of Northern Ontario with legend, Mileage Chart, Illustrations of Regulatory Signs, Index of Lakes, Cities, Towns and Villages - (Northern & Southern Ontario), Official Travel Information, Ontario Provincial Police Locations, Ontario Highway First Aid Posts, Provincial map showing Routes from Other Provinces and States and "What to do in Case if an Accident", "List of Standard Broadcasting Stations in Ontario", "List of FM Radio Stations " and close up maps of 6 communities.
 
Compiled By: K. G. Gould.
Prime Minister: John P. Robarts
Minister: George E. Gomme, Department of Highways
Deputy Minister: A. T. C. McNab, Department of Highways
Other: Lithographed in Canada by Ashton-Potter Limited
Note: 1967 was the centennial year of Canadian Confederation and this fact was recognized with the inclusion of the Canadian Centennial Symbol and the years 1867 - 1967 on the cover.

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 North Arrow Used On This Map
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The Nation's Capital is ready for Centennial Year - the last stretch of the Queensway is finished between the Rideau River and the canal.
67toronto
The Don Valley Parkway is completed all the way from Lakeshore Road to the 401.