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40 outdoor workspace stations have been set up across Montreal

40 outdoor workspace stations have been set up across Montreal
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Work from home life not as enticing as it used to be? We get it. After a long two year of our families doubling as our colleagues, many of us are in search of an alternate work space.

The Réseau d’été network, powered by Aire commune, has set up over 40 remote work stations across Montreal for free! These remote coworking pods include free wifi and electricity, fit for those that are in need of a change of environment during the workday.

While no appointment is required to work at these pods, you can find 40 stations scattered throughout the city. Some locations include Place Ville Marie, The Village, Parc-Ex, Little Italy, downtown Montreal and more. 

This initiative is geared towards reducing the added stress of working from home. While working in the comfort of your own home may seem ideal for some, it can be extremely challenging for others.

The concept of 'greendesking', a worldwide growing trend, will allow you to work in a safe, remote location while increasing creativity, improving memory, and diminish stress, according to Réseau d’été.

Is something you would consider trying?

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