Version "A" - Ontario "Yours to Discover" Logo - Date Coded - 86/2,500,000
Version "B" - Ontario "Incredible" Logo - Date Coded - 87/1,900,000/R
 
Folded Dimensions: 4.75" X 9.75""
Open Dimensions: 41 W X 29.25 H
Date Location: On Cover and at top of Legend; " Information Compiled to January 1, 1986".
Cover Description:  Both versions have white covers with black text and a color photograph of the Ivy Lea Bridge located in the 1000 Islands of the St. Lawrence River near Ivy Lea, Ontario.  The photograph is 4 1/4" wide and 6" high and portrays the main span of the bridge.  Version "A" of the map has the "Ontario - Yours to Discover Flag" in the upper right corner of the cover.  Version "B" has a wider spaced font on the top and the 'Discover Flag' has been removed in favor of the new promotional logo across the bottom of the map - "Ontario - Incredible" (in English and "Ontario - Irresistible" (in French).
Date Code: Version "A" - 1986 Edition - 86/2,500,000 / Version "B" = 1987 Edition - 87/1,900,000/R
Southern Ontario Scale: 1:700,000
Northern Ontario Scale: 1:1,600,000
South Central Ontario Scale: 1:250,000
 
Main Side Features: Map of Southern Ontario, Settlement Index - Southern Ontario, Ontario Provincial Police contact number, Tourist Route Legend, Provincial Travel Information Center Information, Map Scale (1:700,000 - main map and 1:250,000 - enlargement of communities), enlargements of 17 communities.
Opposite Side Features: Map of Northern Ontario, Settlement Index - Northern Ontario, Ontario Traffic Signs, Map Legend, Distance Triangle, Provincial Travel Information Centers, Ontario Travel Information Numbers, Ontario Provincial Police Numbers, enlargements of 10 communities.
 
Compiled By: Cartography Section, Surveys & Plans Office, Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Premier: David R. Peterson
Minister: Ed Fulton, Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Deputy Minister: David Hobbs, Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Note:  A major revision occurred with the issue of this official map.  This was the first year since 1976 that the folded map was smaller - 4.75" width - reduced from 5.25 and height - 9.75" reduced from a 10" height.  The clear indexing feature of the partially opened map, introduced in 1966, was discontinued, however the map was still folded in the same manner.  The enlarged view of South Central Ontario was also discontinued.  The Index of Cities, Towns and Villages was renamed the "Settlement Index".  The list of radio stations was discontinued.  The legend was placed on the third fold of the cover and the "Instructions For Use of the Map", were discontinued..

86 87A
Version "A" - Ontario "Yours to Discover" Logo - Date Coded - 86/2,500,000
86 87B
Version "B" - Ontario "Yours to Discover" Logo - Date Coded - 87/1,900,000/R

86 87back

Back Cover same on both versions
 
86 87top
 GTA 84 85
 GTA 86 87
Years prior to this issue of the map had the south central Ontario area grayed with minimal detail.   A larger sale South
 Ontario Map had been included on the lower right corner of the southern Ontario side of the map.  This practice was
 discontinued in 1986 and the main map was again filled with details.
 Ottawa 84 85
Ottawa 86 87 
  The 1986/87 map was given a more modernized look with newer subdued coloring and rounded corners on the maps.

  Cover map

The Ivy Lea Bridge location - photo shown on cover of this issue of the map.