Shape the Future of Free Wi-Fi in Toronto with FBC

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June 12, 2024

The City of Toronto, through its ConnectTO program, is on a mission to bridge the digital divide and enhance free public Wi-Fi access for all Toronto residents and visitors. Currently, the city offers free Wi-Fi at over 100 locations. To further this initiative, the City is developing an expanded Wi-Fi strategy, and your input is crucial.  The Federation of Black Canadians (FBC) has partnered with this initiative to make sure Black Torontonians have a chance to be heard.

Join the Conversation: Expanded Free Public Wi-Fi Strategy Survey

As part of this effort, the City has launched an Expanded Free Public Wi-Fi Strategy Survey. This survey is designed to gather feedback from the community to shape the future of Wi-Fi availability in Toronto. Your responses will help identify key opportunities and priorities to implement this strategy effectively.

Why Participate?

  • Have Your Say: Influence how Toronto develops its Wi-Fi infrastructure.
  • Ensure Equity: Help bridge the digital divide, ensuring all Torontonians have access to reliable, high-speed internet.
  • Confidentiality: This is an anonymous survey, and all collected data will be reported in aggregate form.

The survey is open until June 21, 2024. Your participation will provide invaluable insights into the challenges faced by residents and the potential improvements needed for internet access across the city.

To participate, click here to take the survey.

Focus Group: Share Your Experiences and Get Rewarded (Hosted by FBC)

In addition to the survey, the City is hosting a focus group to delve deeper into the community’s experiences and suggestions regarding public Wi-Fi access. This facilitated discussion will cover:

  • Free public Wi-Fi through the ConnectTO Program
  • Challenges residents face in accessing the internet
  • Strategies to improve internet access for all Torontonians

Event Details

  • Date: June 18th, 2024
  • Time: 6:00 PM EST
  • Location: Zoom

As a token of appreciation for your participation, you will receive a $25 gift card (limited to 15 registrants)

Who Should Attend?

  • Toronto residents
  • Individuals passionate about improving internet access

Space is limited, so be sure to register today to secure your spot.

Contact Information

If you have any questions about the survey or the focus group, please reach out to:

  • Anita Deol, Management Consultant: 416-338-6475
  • Melissa Kim, Management Consultant: 416-394-8870

Get Involved and Make a Difference

Your feedback is essential to creating a more connected and equitable Toronto. By participating in the survey and the focus group, you can help shape a future where everyone has access to free, high-quality internet in public spaces.

For more information, visit www.toronto.ca/wifistrategy.


Join us in shaping a connected future for all Torontonians. Share your voice, provide your insights, and be part of a meaningful change in our community!

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