Version "A" (1982) - Coded 82/1,859,600
Version "B" (1983) - Coded 83/1,526,000/R
Folded Dimensions: 5.25" X 10""
Open Dimensions: 41 W X 29 H
Date Location:   On Cover and at top of Legend; " Information Compiled to January 1, 1982".
Cover Description - White background with color aerial photograph of the Niagara Parkway in Niagara Falls, Ontario.  Black text is used above the photograph and below the photograph is the "Yours to Discover" flag.  The photograph is 4.5" Wide X 4.75" High.
Date Code: Version A - Coded 82/1,859,600 / Version B - Coded 83/1,526,000/R
Southern Ontario Scale: 1:800,000
Northern Ontario Scale: 1:1,600,000
South Central Ontario Scale: 1:560,000
Main Legend Side Features: Map of Southern Ontario with legend, Map of South-Central Ontario, Ontario's Traffic Signs, Cartographic Information, MTC District Addresses & Telephone Numbers, Ontario Provincial Police Information, Provincial Travel Information Centers, Map Publications and close up maps of 12 communities.
Opposite Side Features: Map of Northern Ontario, Distance Triangle with Kilometric distances, Settlement Index of Cities, Towns and Villages - (Northern & Southern Ontario), Radio Station Guide, Travel & Tourist Publications & Maps, Remote Northern Ontario Transportation and Communications Services and close up maps of 7 communities.
Compiled By: Cartography Section, Surveys & Plans Office, Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Premier: William G. Davis
Minister: James Snow, Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Deputy Minister: Harold Gilbert, Ministry of Transportation and Communications

 82 83A B
Version "A" & "B" - Front Covers Are The Same

82 83A Bback 

Version "A" & "B" - Back Covers Are The Same

Traffic Signs
The location where the cover photograph was taken. 
Terry fox
Terry fox running 
Terry Fox began his Marathon of Hope from April 12, 1980, when he dipped his artificial leg in the Atlantic ocean at St. John's, Newfoundland.  His intention was to run across Canada and in doing so, raise money for cancer research. After 143 days it became apparent that the cancer which had started in his leg, had spread to his lungs and on September 1st, 1980 he had to abandon his run to seek further medical treatment.  At that point he had run a total of 3339 kilometres.  Terry Fox's fight against the cancer was unsuccessful and he succumbed to the disease on June 28th, 1981.  In the 1982 version of the Official map, the Terry Fox Courage Highway - a section of the Trans-Canada highway running from Nipigon to Thunder Bay was added.