‘Game of Thrones’ fan changes Toronto-area highway sign to ‘Jon Snow’ Parkway Toronto, ON, Canada / Q107 Toronto Global News Toronto July 28, 2017 11:07 am By David Shum Web Producer A James Snow Parkway road sign in Milton, Ont. was altered on Thursday night by a ‘Game of Thrones’ fan, changing it to read “Jon Snow Parkway”. Jon Snow, a fictional character on the popular HBO television series Game of Thrones, now has a Toronto-area highway sign named after him, at least temporarily. Commuters driving on the eastbound lanes of Highway 401 Friday morning near Milton, Ont., just west of Toronto can now see the James Snow Parkway exit sign blacked out and replaced by the name ‘Jon’. READ MORE: ‘Jon Snow’ actor reveals he was beat up night before ‘Game of Thrones’ audition It’s unclear when the change was made or who was responsible for the name swap. The Parkway is named after James Snow, an Ontario politician who served as a Conservative MPP for the Halton East – Oakville riding from 1967 to 1985. Don't be confused on the eastbound 401 this morning, someone changed the James Snow Parkway sign to say "Jon Snow Parkway" #WinterIsHere pic.twitter.com/BxNhA3NDsC— The Morning Show (@morningshowto) July 28, 2017 © 2017 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.