1st edition 2016. This double-sided map focusses on the area south of Sudbury and North Bay and expands the scale to a much more useful purpose for most users. Imagine Detroit in the southwest corner of the map, with Highway 401 joining it to London and Toronto and a branch motorway cutting across to Buffalo. Add in the Bruce Peninsula and the major routes north to cottage country and you have side one. The other side stretches from Toronto east to the Quebec border and Ottawa, with the lovely Kawarthas region for exploring. My personal favourite highway is Number 7, from Peterborough east through land settled two hundred years ago by Scottish Gaels. Perth is a perfectly preserved Scottish town of granite buildings. The map also includes a regional map of the main roads in the greater Toronto area and a separate inset of the downtown.