Greater Toronto Wall Map - Street Detail - Extra Large
Greater Toronto Area Map
The large detailed map of Greater Toronto area features street-level details like interprovincial highways, parks, roads, government buildings, schools, colleges, water bodies, terrain region, etc. It includes cities like Brampton, Markham, Mississauga, Richmond Hill, and Vaughan. A detailed map legend represents the characters, letters, and graphics used on the map.
You can buy this map in various finishing materials like paper, matte plastic, and laminated.
The Greater Toronto Area is Canada’s largest and most exciting urban center with annual festivals, museums, galleries and theatres that are among the best in the world. The area is composed of the central city of Toronto and four regional municipalities surrounding it: Durham, Halton, Peel, and York. It also anchors a much larger unofficial urban agglomeration known as the Golden Horseshoe and an area officially designated as the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
Greater Toronto Area is the second largest financial center in North America. Besides being a center of commerce, distribution, finance, and economy dynamics, the region generates about a fifth of Canada’s GDP and is also home to 40% of Canada’s business headquarters.
Landmarks and Buildings
Among the main attractions of Toronto and Greater Toronto Area is the famous landmark CN Tower, City Hall, Yonge - Dundas Square, The Toronto Islands, Fort York, Massey Hall, Casa Loma, The Distillery District, The and Toronto’s oldest cathedrals.
The Greater Toronto region covers an area of 7,125 km2 and is surrounded by Lake Ontario to the south, Kawartha Lakes to the east, the Niagara Escarpment to the west, and Lake Simcoe to the north. The Greater Toronto also forms part of the neck of the Ontario Peninsula.
Majority of the region is covered by farmland and forests, which makes it of distinctive geography altogether. Areas designated as parkland are more, whereas it has largely underdeveloped ravines.
According to the 2016 Statistics Canada’s latest update on demographics, the area has a population of 6,417,516. This makes the Greater Toronto Area the largest metropolitan area in Canada. Besides, population growth studies have projected Toronto City’s population to be 3,000,000 in 2031, and for the Greater Toronto Area to be 7,450,000.
The Toronto Census Metropolitan Area has the largest proportions of foreign-born residents (about 46%) as a share of the total population. When it comes to ethnicities, the Toronto region usually has a diverse composition. Also, as per the survey conducted by Statistics Canada in 2006, about 31,910 aboriginal people were found living in the Greater Toronto Area.
The product was published by Lucidmap. The online store of the publishing company deals with all sorts of mapping solutions and offers map products including recreation maps, road maps, cycling maps, atlases, digital maps, online maps, and smartphone applications, etc.
Lucidmap has its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario and currently holds the largest Canadian market share of printed map products that covers major cities across North America. They work with an expert team of cartographers, graphic designers, and GIS specialists in the mapping industry to bring out the best in their products. They have a close association with public transit, real estate, tourism, municipal, corporate, small business, enterprise and government clients.
Corporate Headquarters in Greater Toronto
York economy has a strong industry cluster when it comes to technology, financial services, automotive, life sciences, agri-food, and more.
Financial District:The central area where banks, insurance companies, skyscrapers and other large corporations are situated.
Toronto Stock Exchange Headquarters:A stock exchange market in Toronto, Ontario is the 12th largest exchange in the world by market capitalization.
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