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www.reference.com/article/can-map-lakes-ontario-canada-72337828e5c4d1ab

Virtual North and Ontario's Sunset Country offer a free 84-page travel guide and poster-sized fishing map of the lakes in the area. Visitors can request the information by mail on their website form or by phone.

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As of July 2015, there are 87 Best Buy locations (including Best Buy Mobile stores and Express kiosks) spread throughout most regions in Ontario, Canada, as stated by Best Buy. With seven Best Buy stores, the city of Toronto has the highest number of locales, including ...

www.reference.com/article/towns-ontario-canada-64333123cde9608e

There are many towns located in Ontario, including Ajax, Aurora, Caledon, Espanola, Georgina, Iroquois Falls, Mississippi Mills and Niagara-on-the-Lake. There are approximately 90 towns located in Ontario. Some others are Gravenhurst, Fort Erie, Bancroft, Blind River, G...

www.reference.com/article/time-zone-ontario-canada-4c97533c91e19978

Ontario, Canada is in the Eastern and Central time zones. Eastern and Central Standard time occurs during some of the fall and most of the winter. Eastern and Central Daylight time occurs the rest of the year.

www.reference.com/article/zip-codes-ontario-canada-64d5928c8a0abf8d

There are 523 different postal code prefixes for Ontario, Canada. "ZIP code" is an American term that means roughly the same thing as postal code in Canada. All postal codes in Ontario begin with letters K, L, M, N or P.

www.reference.com/article/fishing-regulations-ontario-canada-16a847973502467

There are multiple types of fishing licenses, and catch limits vary depending on the type of fishing license possessed. There are 20 fisheries management zones (FMZs) in Ontario that have different rules and regulations for fishing as of 2015. Fishermen must have an out...

www.reference.com/article/companies-make-maps-canada-its-provinces-43c24aeb0666cd28

Michelin, Rand McNally and AAA are some of the major atlas and map publishers that make maps of Canada and its provinces. These maps can be bought at major bookstores, such as Barnes & Noble, or at big box stores such as Wal-Mart, either in-store or online.