Etobicoke’s first inhabitants were the Mississauga First Nation who referred to this area as “Adobigok”, meaning “where the Alders grow”. When European settlers arrived in the 1790s, Etobicoke was formed as a Township that was bordered by Lake Ontario to the south, the Humber River to the east, Etobicoke Creek to the west and the City limits along Steeles Avenue to the north. In 1998 Etobicoke amalgamated with the City of Toronto at which point it became the western boundary of the City.
Physical Prints: My prints are uniquely designed, printed on thick, high-quality paper and carefully packaged for delivery. Various colours and custom sized prints available upon request. See colour chart provided. Frame is not included unless added separately.
Choose from a wide range of colors, add a heart to your home, or request a custom-sized print. I am happy to personalize your map to make it extra special.
Frame is not included unless added separately.
If you choose to purchase a digital print, you will receive a high-resolution PDF file (300pixels/inch), which will give you very clean and sharp prints when printed any size.
At this time, customization of prints (heart on address) are for physical prints only.
This is a digital file. No physical items will be sent.
Shipping & Delivery
Shipping & Delivery
We offer FREE SHIPPING worldwide!
All our posters are printed on demand in order to ensure great quality, minimize waste, and be environmentally conscious. Therefore, regular poster orders take 3-4 business days to be processed before being shipped out.
Custom map orders require 1-2 weeks to design, review, print and ship.
All our prints are packaged in 100% recycled cardboard poster tubes or stiff photo envelopes.
Learn more about our shipping policy here.
Our map posters are designed and printed locally in Toronto, Ontario.
They are printed on 190GSM smooth PhotoSatin paper which offers vivid colors and great contrasting blacks.
Our local Canadian print house carefully selects sustainably sourced paper with fiber originating from FSC-certified, longstanding plantations, or from new fiber plantations established on degraded agricultural or pasture lands within Canada.
Their selection of paper from responsible sources are backed with certifications from:
- The Forest Stewardship Council
- The Rainforest Alliance
- The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification
- The Sustainable Forestry Initiative
- The Canadian Standards Association