My Chevy Bolt travel blog covers my routing, which will largely follow the Trans Canada Highway where there are enough Level 3 DC Chargers to see me through. Until very recently, a trip like this has been challenging due to the lack of such a charging network. Even in the spring of 2020 there are areas of Canada where a trip like this is very difficult. (An enterprising couple did the trip in a Chevy Bolt in 2017, BoltAcrossCanada. It would have been more challenging then!)
I do want to attempt to visit the 10 Provincial Capitals along the way. To do this I have to make a bit of jog in BC taking the ferry to reach Victoria on Vancouver Island before heading East. I will have to leave the Trans Canada Hwy in Calgary to visit the Capital of Alberta, Edmonton. It would make more sense to continue from Edmonton across so Saskatoon, then down to Regina, however there are only Level 2 chargers along the way and it is tough to stop for 8+ hours for a Level 2 full charge. Hence I will be returning to Calgary before continuing East.
The rest of the way through to Charlottetown, PEI will be relatively straightforward, other than being careful through Northern Ontario as the Level 3 chargers are a fair distance apart. I do want to make it to St. John's, capital of NFLD however that is a very big challenge. From the main ferry link arriving in Channel-Port aux Basques it is 900km with only a handful of Level 2 chargers along the way. As of January 2020 there is not a single Level 3 charger in the province.
The way back is through the US. The grand 20,000KM (14,000 Mile) trip follows the Eastern Seaboard to Florida, across the Gulf of Mexico coast, through Texas and California, then north to Whistler.
This is my current planned route. I will be updating this regularly and adding more detail such as dates as I get closer to departure date. With the current Corivs-19 situation a June 2020 departure date may not be possible, so stay tuned.