There’s now somewhat-public-access WiFi at the Confederation Centre Public Library in Charlottetown. I say “somewhat” because they’ve WEP-enabled the network, and you need a WEP password to connect. The password is made freely available at the front desk, though, so as long as the library is open you shouldn’t have trouble getting online.
Of course the Library is now a Plaze too.
Initial impression from 30 minutes of use this afternoon: seems like I’m sharing the bandwidth with hundreds of other people; everything is slow as molasses. I may have simply caught them on a bad day; then again, the province’s network isn’t known for having buckets of bandwidth available.