Hello! I'm finally off to Toronto next month, something I've been trying to do for ages (and ages), and it goes without saying that I'm very excited. I'll still be working every day while I'm in Canada, and so I'll need reliable and cheap Internet access that I can VPN over. I'll be staying in Toronto for the first week. The hotel has WiFi, but I wont be at the hotel all that much. After the first week, I'll be exploring further afield, in areas approximately 40 minutes drive from the centre of Toronto. In the UK or Europe I'd just use my Vodafone USB HSDPA modem, but that will cost me £5/MB to use in Canada and I believe that it would be GPRS/GSM speeds only So, my questions: 1) Is it easy enough to find cheaply available WiFi in and around central Toronto? I guess I'm referring to coffee shops etc, but also free public WiFi if there is any? 2) What are my options for getting online "from almost anywhere". I.e. in the car. In the UK we have Mobile Broadband that connects us to the net at around 1Mbps - it costs around £20 on Pay as you Go for a few gigabytes. Is there anything similar? 3) Any other tips or tricks for travellers getting online in and around Toronto? All help very gratefully appreciated.