Ontario Wall Map
This colorful, easy-to-read province map of Ontario identifies all major thoroughfares, secondary roads, freeway interchanges, rest areas, distance markers, landmarks, recreational areas, and more. Shaded relief on the province map provides a three-dimensional sense of Ontario's topography. Detailed city inset maps of Guelph, Hamilton, Kitchener / Waterloo / Cambridge, London, Niagara Region, North Bay, Ottawa / Gatineau, QC, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury, Toronto, and Windsor / Detroit, MI are based on the latest street information from our cartographic experts. The map also includes up-to-date insets of downtown Toronto, and Northern Ontario, as well as the latest border crossing information. A city index makes it simple to locate even the smallest town.
Ontario Wall Map
This is an appealing map of Ontario Canada published by Globe Turner that is colourful and easy-to-read. The Ontario province map identifies all the important landmarks, government buildings, highways, major thoroughfares, secondary roads, freeway interchanges, rest areas, distance markers, recreational areas and more. One can order this map online at MapTrove in a range of finishing options available that include lamination, paper and matte plastic.
This large map of Ontario cities comes with detailed inset maps for clear understanding. The map uses stunning shaded relief to provide a three-dimensional sense of Ontario's topography. City maps of Guelph, London, Hamilton, Niagara, North Bay, Ottawa Gatineau, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury, Toronto, Windsor / Detroit, MI are based on the latest street information from our cartographic experts. The map also includes up-to-date insets of downtown Toronto, and Northern Ontario, as well as the latest border crossing information. A city index and comprehensive legend on this detailed Ontario province map simpler to locate even the smallest town.
Interesting Places and Landmarks in Ontario
CN Tower, Algonquin Provincial Park, Horseshoe Falls, Skylon Tower, Journey Behind the Falls, Rideau Canal, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Toronto Islands, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Distillery District.
Ontario Industry and Economy
Ontario's economic life revolves around its natural resources like fur, timber and minerals. While southern Ontario is a manufacturing centre, other service industries in the region are business, finance, tourism and culture.
When it comes to mineral and mining, the first commercial oil well in North America was drilled at Oil Springs in Ontario. It is also an important producer of gold, copper, zinc, platinum, palladium, cobalt and silver, which come mainly from the Canadian Shield.
Agriculture and forestry are also important sectors in Ontario's economy. Moreover, the province has a rich history in manufacturing and construction.
When it comes to information and technology, Ontario is home to the famous Blackberry mobile communications device. It is renowned for its strength in microelectronics, software and telecommunications. Along with Ottawa and Toronto, the city of Waterloo forms a part of Canada's 'Technology Triangle'.
|POD Size||19.25 x 27.5 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|