There's also the local segment of QQW extending west of York?
Google Maps is a gong show for accuracy nowadays.
I also like how google maps mistakenly believes there are bike lanes on Spadina, and then directs me to use them as if Spadina is a bike-friendly street
Getting off-topic here, but that's actually the City's fault - Spadina is still listed on the official cycling plan because of its sharrows. It needs to be taken off, if for no other reason than the City doesn't deserve to have it counting towards Toronto's cycle network totals.
Google Maps is mostly crowdsourced nowadays. They don't get updated until someone notices that something's wrong and makes the change.
Actually it has reverted back to being centrally controlled after they shut down the standalone crowdsourcing tool (Google Map Maker), which is why it took so long for the Simcoe Ramp to be taken off.