Publié le 13 June 2024
Surf the Well with Fizz in our freshness islands
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The sun is shining and the desire to enjoy the warm weather is stronger than ever? ☀️ Come and have a telecommuting session and get your dose of vitamin D in one of our nine freshness islands on the pedestrian street, all connected to the Fizz Internet network.

Take advantage of the flowery, shady spaces, the proximity of numerous cafés and restaurants and the ambiance of the pedestrian Promenade Wellington to make your colleagues jealous with your #officeoftheday. 😎🏝️

Photo: Caroline Perron


There are a total of nine islands connected to Fizz on Promenade Wellington. Find one and settle in to surf the Web!

  • 3697 Wellington (in front of Harricana)
  • 3859 Wellington (in front of Solios)
  • 3930 Wellington (in front of Librairie Chrétienne CLC)
  • 4000 Wellington (in front of Épiderma)
  • 4261 Wellington (in front of Renaissance)
  • 4349 Wellington (in front of Bossa)
  • 4425 Wellington (in front of Jeux Face à Face)
  • 4500 Wellington (in front of IGA)
  • 4923 Wellington (in front of SOS Sourire)

Photo: Caroline Perron


This year, the Place publique is moving up a gear: it’s now connected to the Fizz Internet network. Enjoy a relaxing, shaded area to surf the Web or work as if you were in your living room!

  • In front of Église Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs (4155, Wellington)

Connecting is easy:

  1. Open the WiFi connection tab on your device;
  2. Select the Network: Fizzxilotfraicheur;
  3. Register with your e-mail address;
  4. Accept the terms and conditions and … off you go! 🌊🏄



Call Technical Support at 1-800-561-4248 and quote the account number on the sticker in your island and the password: FIZZ.

  • Each island has a different account number;
  • The password (FIZZ) is the same for the entire Promenade Wellington network.
Thank you to our partner

Promenade Wellington and Fizz cannot be held responsible for viruses, fraud or connectivity problems when a device is connected to the Wifi network on its territory. They are also not responsible for theft, loss or breakage of equipment when using the wifi network on SDC Wellington territory.

Photo: Caroline Perron