I live 5 or 5-1/2 months of each year in Quebec so I guess I qualify. In QC the charging situation is pretty good. In trying to get a handle on what the Rivian might be like up here I have been venturing out into the countryside where the Tesla chargers are pretty thin. flo/CircuitElectrique seem to have the province pretty well covered. The only potential problem is that the DC "fast" chargers seem to be limited to 50 kW. The Rivians are going to drink about 450 Wh/mi and thus to add 100 miles (162 km) range is going to take around 45/50 = 0.9 hr. For comparison my Tesla Model X takes about 300 wH/mi and thus adds that same 100 mi range in 30/50 = 0.6 hr. Not, IMO, that much difference really. The reality of travel with a BEV is drive a couple of hours, charge a few minutes, drive a couple of hours more, charge a few minutes... This is fine with me for the kind of leisurely driving I like to do but I realize it may not be so appealing to those who need to get from point A to point B as fast as possible. Perhaps at this point a BEV is not the best choice for such people. In the States there are programs underway to get more high power (> 100 kW) chargers insralled. Don't know about up here.