YouTube has opened its first Space in Canada.
Acting as an incubator for the creative industry, YouTube Space Toronto will offer creators an opportunity to learn from industry experts, connect with fellow YouTubers in a collaborative setting, and use the latest latest film equipment to create more ambitious and innovative video content.
Located at at George Brown College’s Centre for Arts, Design & Information Technology, YouTube Space Toronto will offer workshops and programming at no cost to Canadian creators who are looking to build their channels, giving them tools and guidance to remove barriers and enable them to innovate and experiment.
YouTube Space Toronto joins a list of eight other cities to have a YouTube Space. Since March 2015, creators filming in YouTube Spaces globally have produced over 10,000 videos, which have generated over 1 billion views and 70+ million hours of watchtime.