Everything about charging your EV in Canada
Stations in your province
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Prince Edward Island
Chargers in Alberta
While the northernmost charger is in Grand Prairie, Quebec-based FLO plans to expand its range of fast chargers in northern Alberta.
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Chargers in British Columbia
British Columbia has over 1,000 charging stations, including almost 200 direct-current Level 3 fast chargers, and 94 more are planned by the end of the year.
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Chargers in Manitoba
While Winnipeg has the bulk of chargers in the province, the federal government and Eco-West Canada, a non-profit company, are planning to expand stations in southern Manitoba.
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Chargers in New Brunswick
With 126 chargers scattered around this small province, you’re no more than 65km from the nearest one, according to the NB Department of Natural Resources and Energy Development.
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Chargers in Newfoundland and Labrador
The province’s first fast-charging network, completed just in August, 2021, means there are no more than 70 km between charging stations along the Trans Canada Highway in Newfoundland.
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Chargers in Northwest Territories
Projects funded by the federal government will see 22 new chargers, a mix of Level 2 and Level 3, installed in Northwest Territories by 2022.
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Chargers in Nunuavut
There are currently no plans for EV infrastructure in the territory, though residents can still apply for the federal government’s EV rebate of $5,000, or $2,500 for a PHEV.
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Chargers in Ontario
While most of the chargers are found in southern Ontario, there is still a line of chargers on Highway 11 in the north to bring you right through the province.
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Chargers in Prince Edward Island
With a big push towards EVs, the province plans 50 more Level 2 chargers on the island, as well as having the most generous EV rebates in Canada at $5,000 and a free home charger.
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Chargers in Quebec
Both the federal government and Hydro-Québec have planned for the installation of 215 more fast-charging stations in the province by the end of 2022.
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Chargers in Saskatchewan
A limited number of chargers are found on the two main highways cutting through the province, with the bulk of them found at Petro-Canada gas stations and car dealerships.
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Chargers in Yukon
As part of its ‘Our Clean Future’ environmental strategy, the territory will install six more chargers soon, and plans on having 4,800 EVs on its roads by 2030.
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