Ah, ok, so a casual light touring sort of set up. Should be fine for most putting around where you are. If you had a stiff cambered racing style ski it would probably really suck off trail or without a hard packed base. Modern track oriented xc skis are often much narrower than traditional skis from a time when people spent more time on natural ungroomed snow making their own tracks.
You will probably lack for a bit of control in nasty manky slushy snow or in rough icy bits, but if you ain't going downhill much then it doesn't really matter. The 54 & 60mm skis the other folks mentioned would probably be 'ideal' but you can certainly have fun on your setup. A stiffer boot/binding will give you a bit more stability and control, but the metal edges won't help much if you're mostly cruising around on the flats. Your local terrain certainly doesn't justify big boots, big bindings and what westerners call 'backcountry' stuff.
My normal ski for farting around off groomed trail or on skier set hiking trails is the Madshus Voss or Atomic Rainiers with Salomon XADV8 boots. It's a good setup until it gets steeper and deeper, then I don't have the skills to rip it. I used to have a pair of Karhu Catamounts that were 70mm underfoot and were great in the bush in deep snow. Like a long overgrown snowshoe. I also had 212 Karhu GT XCD's, they're now bolted to the wall to remind me how miserable it was to get to the top of the pass and not be able to turn on the way down!
p.s. SW Ontario: I grew up there, but have now lived in the Rockies for a long time.