Folded Dimensions: 4.75" X 8.5"
Open Dimensions: 37.75 W X 25 H
Date Location: In the legend only.
Cover Description: The background color is black.  All text is white on the cover.  There are six color photographs on the cover - from top to bottom; The "Archer" at Toronto City Hall; four people near a lake - the man in the foreground is cooking over an open flame; 2 children fishing; a lady on horseback amongst trees in fall colors; a lady skiing down a snowy slope; 2 men in canoes re-enacting a fur trading era with a man of the cloth in the background.
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 38 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: Photogrammetry Office, Department of Highways
Prime Minister: John P. Robarts
Minister: George E. Gomme, Department of Highways
Deputy Minister: A. T. C. McNab, Department of Highways

 North Arrow Used On This Map
69Ottawa Carleton Region
Regional governments were planned by the provincial government to manage services that were provided to all residents of a region.  The idea was it would be more cost efficient to for one upper level of government to provide a regional service  opposed to many smaller municipalities duplicating efforts.  (This idea had originated with the creation of Metropolitan Toronto in 1953.)  The Regional Municipality of Ottawa - Carleton was the first regional government formed in the province, with several others being created in the following five years.  The new municipality made it's debut on the 1969 map and  existed until 2001 when the City of Ottawa was expanded to incorporate the area that had been the Region of Ottawa Carleton.