It looks like the Tesla Canada Supercharger team is working hard to get new Superchargers online before the end of the year. Two of the latest to be activated are in Ontario in Goderich and Madoc.
Initial construction of the Goderich Supercharger at the Canadian Tire (35430 Huron Road R.R) began back in the summer when the site was prepared with the underground utilities laid and new paving completed in July. The site sat in that same condition for several months before the Supercharger equipment was finally installed in September.
Nearly one month later and still no progress at the Goderich Supercharger. Stalls are still wrapped up tightly and not even the lines have been painted yet.
— Drive Tesla 🇨🇦 (@DriveTeslaca) October 10, 2022
This week Tesla flipped the switch and turned on the Goderich Supercharger, according to a photo shared with us from Tesla Owners Ontario. Tesla’s website has also been updated to show the Supercharger is now open. The site features 8 V3 stalls capable of charging at speeds up to 250kW.
The Madoc Supercharger is located at 114 Bonjour Blvd in the parking lot in front of Subway and Ultramar. Similar to the Goderich location, construction began in the summer but the equipment was not installed until September, when Tesla used two blocks of their prefabricated Superchargers for a total of 8 V3 stalls.
Although Tesla’s website has yet to be updated, Tesla Owner Ontario confirmed with the station is now open.