It’s our first new hotspot in a while, and we’re thrilled that it’s in a brand new park: Dawes Crossing, at the corner of Dawes Road and Victoria Park (just south of St. Clair Ave). The park was designed by artist Noel Harding, and we worked with Walter Willems and Barry Veerkamp to get the wifi installed.
Not only is the equipment powered by solar panels and a wind turbine, there are publicly-accessible AC and USB outlets. (The only park in Toronto — or Canada? — to feature these?) Plus cool LED lighting, seating and shelter; this is likely the most comfortable outdoor wifi spot in the city.