Tesla updates Supercharger map with new locations, but only with a few in Western Canada

Tesla has released the quarterly Supercharger map update for Q2 2023, but unlike previous updates this one only features a few new locations, and only in Western Canada.

Tesla’s Canadian Supercharger team is clearly focused on British Columbia this year, with 8 stations either starting construction or opening so far in 2023. That focus continues with this quarterly update, with BC getting 6 new locations, although two have already started construction.

Those two stations are on Vancouver Island – Port Alberni and a second location in Nanaimo. Both stations are already complete and awaiting final connections to the grid, which Tesla is estimating will happen in Q3 2023.

BC also got 4 new locations, 3 of which are in the east central part of the province. The first to start construction should be in Valemount and Clearwater, which we first reported on a Supercharger coming there back in 2021, with both of these sites having targeted opening dates of Q4 2023. The other is a little further north in McBride, which is set to open in Q1 2024.

Coquitlam is also set to get a second Supercharger in Q4 2023.

The only other new Supercharger location for Canada is in Alberta in Valleyview. It is set to open in Q4 2023, and when it does it will be Canada’s northernmost Supercharger station.

Unfortunately there we no new sites added for Atlantic Canada, which is especially disappointing considering Campbellton and Westville were removed from the map earlier this year.

You can check out Tesla’s map here.

New Supercharger Locations in Canada

  • Valleyview, AB – Q4 2023
  • McBride, BC – Q1 2024
  • Valemount, BC – Q4 2023
  • Clearwater, BC – Q4 2023
  • Coquitlam, BC – Q4 2023

New Supercharger Locations in the US

For a list of new Superchargers added in the US, who also didn’t get very many, check out the Twitter thread below from Marco.


Don’t forget you can also participate in Supercharger Voting and help determine where the next stations should be built. More on that at the link below.

Tesla launches next round of Supercharger Voting, announces Q1 2023 winners

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