Tesla’s Supercharger team in Canada has been on a roll this week opening three new stations, two in Ontario and one in Quebec.
The first to open was the new Supercharger in Saint-Jérôme, Quebec on Tuesday, according to an update from the official Tesla Charging Twitter account. It took six months for this station to go from a hole in the ground to energized with construction starting back in August. This station is relatively small at just 6 V3 Supercharger stalls, but is still a welcomed addition to bring capacity between Montreal and Mont Tremblant.
— Tesla Charging (@TeslaCharging) February 28, 2023
The next to open was the new Scarborough Supercharger on Wednesday. This site first began construction in November, with 8 stalls now online in the parking lot of the Esso gas station at 6780 Kingston Road just off Hwy 401.
— Tesla Charging (@TeslaCharging) March 1, 2023
Toronto (Don Mills) Supercharger
The last station to open this week is the most unique and also the one that has been under construction for the longest of the three. The new Supercharger in Toronto at CF Shops at Don Mills finally came online on Wednesday. The site has been sitting idle since construction was completed towards the end of September.
This 16 stall station is quite unique in that 8 of the V3 Superchargers are located on level 2 of the parking garage, and the other 8 are on level 3. If you plan on shopping for a few hours there are also 5 Destination chargers next to the Superchargers on each level.
— Tesla Charging (@TeslaCharging) March 2, 2023
You can see the layout of the Don Mills Supercharger below.