Recently, I've been driving around my relative neighbourhood checking out nearby charging stations. I don't have much of a personal need since I have a HPWC but l like seeing what is out there just in case. As luck would have it, I have two amazing (free) charging station very close to home, the Baka Mobile location at 630 the east mall and the one on Convair at Pearson Airport. I have used Baka before I was properly equipped to charge at home. However, I just checked out Convair and there is only two options for public charging. Either CHAdeMO or the CCS/SAE connectors. They also have 2 - J1772 stations but they are for GTAA vehicles only. So, the only way a Tesla owner can charge is if they have the CHAdeMO adapter. My understanding is that these stations were paid for by our provincial government as a part of their plan to encourage EV use and ownership. My question is...are these stations intentionally less friendly to Tesla owners? It just seems like they have gone out of there way to make this location less friendly for Tesla owners. Is that accurate?