Thank you so much for responding.
I certainly agree that is incredibly misleading as they imply you will reap the benefits of both Fastly and Cloudfront. I did see that thread from 2018 earlier, but I figured by now they would have changed something or made an improvement haha.
I feel like I may be doing something wrong here. The load time for my site is currently up to four seconds on desktop and up to seven seconds on mobile devices, on some occasions the load time was double that on both desktop and mobile devices. Now admittedly, this is my first Webflow site but I have never created a site on WordPress with a load time higher than one second, and I decided to go with Webflow for this site because of it being advertised as a high performing platform. At least with WordPress hosting providers, you are able to choose a server location plus use the Fastly CDN.
I’m sure you would agree that load time is rather significant, I myself have gave up a few times trying to view the website (and its my site!).
That being said, I did quite literally buy the template for the site today so I do need to still optimize everything. However, I am fairly confident that the site is not being served from a server in Canada or even at least a server in a state that borders Canada.
Also, on virtually every tool/test, I got a warning about this file and it blocking the page loading. Ironically its a Webflow file, I say ironically because I assumed any CSS and JS files by them would be fine-tuned well haha.
My site URL is https://www.sportgigs.ca. Is there any way you could have a quick look?