This Is Montreal's All-New Free "Wi-Fi Metro Map"

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This Is Montreal's All-New Free "Wi-Fi Metro Map"

The STM is working hard to get their network fully connected and this morning, 3 news stations were added to the list. 

Now more than 50% of Montreal metro's network has mobile connectivity. Not just in the cars, but in the tunnels and stations as well. 

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The 3 most recently connected stations are:  

  • Park

  • De Castelnau 

  • Jean Talon 

That means you can now connect to the internet in 37 stations!

But there's no point in having a network if you don't know where to access it, that's why we made this handy map to show you which stations have Wi-Fi so far. 

The blue line will be fully connected by the end of 2017, most of the orange line will be connected by 2018, and by 2020 every single station will be connected. Hopefully...


Quebec's minister of public security, Geneviève Guilbault, announced that the ministry would be testing its Québec En Alerte emergency alert system in Quebec next week... so don't panic when you see the message even if it feels like a classic 2020 situation.

The alert is set to go off on November 25 at 1:55 p.m. 

The ministry has clarified the message will inform Quebecers that there is no real threat and the notification is being carried out as a test.

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