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Queen Elizabeth Way, more commonly known as the QEW, connects Toronto to the Niagara Peninsula. It circles around the “Golden Horseshoe” and makes its way through Hamilton, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls before ending in Fort Erie.
Northern Terminus: Junction of King's Highway 427 in Toronto.
Southern Terminus: Peace Bridge at Fort Erie that connects to I-190 in Buffalo, NY.
Click here to show the route.

Images of Queen Elizabeth Way:

  • Page 1 - Toronto to Oakville
  • Page 2 - Oakville to Burlington
  • Page 3 - Burlington to Hamilton
  • Page 4 - Hamilton - Burlington Skyway to Centennial Parkway
  • Page 5 - Hamilton - Centennial Parkway to Grimsby
  • Page 6 - Grimsby to Beamsville
  • Page 7 - Beamsville to St. Catharines
  • Page 8 - St. Catharines - 15 Mile Creek to Ontario Street
  • Page 9 - St. Catharines - Ontario Street to Garden City Skyway
  • Page 10 - Niagara-on-the-Lake to Niagara Falls
  • Page 11 - Niagara Falls - NOTL to Lundy's Lane
  • Page 12 - Niagara Falls - Lundy's Lane to Fort Erie
  • Page 13 - Fort Erie

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