the (in)complete list of coworking spaces in Canada: part two

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As our social media agency was getting off the ground I wrote about coworking spaces in Canada. In fact I wrote that piece while “incubating” our Toronto-based startup in coffee shops in North Toronto. As we’ve grown we’ve spent most of our time in coworking spaces in Toronto. And thus, I think I understand the importance that these spaces play in the growth and development of Canada’s future businesses and business leaders.

The following is a my updated list of coworking spaces in Canada. It is, as the title suggest, an incomplete list. Please keep the list growing by adding locations in the comments section.

British Columbia: SwitchCube in Abbotsford; HiVE in Vancouver; cowork penticton in Penticton; The Network Hub in Vancouver and New Westminster.

Alberta: unit b in Edmonton; CoworkYYC in Calgary; AcceleratorYYC in Calgary.

Prairies: The Two Twenty in Saskatoon; *Upcoming in 2013: New Media Manitoba.

Ontario: Foundery in Toronto; The Creative Space in Barrie; Camaraderie in Toronto; Coworking Space Toronto; Longbranch  Executive Centre in Toronto; ThreeFortyNine Coworking in Guelph; The Hackernest Coworking Shared Office in Toronto; *Currently closed: The Work Republic in Toronto; Colab in Toronto; kowork London; 3rd Rail Society in Stratford; Project RHINO in Toronto; 10Carden in Guelph; Centres for Social Innovation in Toronto; The Code Factory in Ottawa; treehaus in Kitchener; CoWorkative in Richmond Hill; Spark Box Studio in Picton; Bento Miso in Toronto; Beach Business Hub in Toronto; CO:WORK in Toronto; Locus Quo in Toronto; Network Orange in Toronto The YMC in Toronto.

Quebec: Abri.Co in Quebec City; Station C in Montreal; Ecto in Montreal; Exeko in Montreal; la banque in Montreal; Jelly in Quebec City; RPM Montreal; Notman House in Montreal; nexus montreal; Comunoloft in Montreal; 6cent1 in Montreal

Maritimes: Common Ground in St. John’s; The Hub in Halifax; Coworking Cape Breton; The Hub in Mahone Bay; Queen Street Commons in Charlottetown

Know of places I’ve missed? Please share in the comments section. Thanks!

8 thoughts on “the (in)complete list of coworking spaces in Canada: part two

    Keith Loo (@KeithMLoo) said:
    April 9, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    Very useful and awesome list!

      Karim Kanji responded:
      April 10, 2013 at 8:46 am

      Thanks Keith!

    Minna said:
    April 6, 2013 at 12:40 am

    Fantastic list! Thanks Karim!

      Karim Kanji responded:
      April 6, 2013 at 12:14 pm

      You’re most welcome Minna!

    jafar said:
    April 1, 2013 at 9:08 pm

    Thanks Karim, this is what I needed and looking for.

      Karim Kanji responded:
      April 1, 2013 at 9:20 pm


      You are most welcome!

    Scott Howard (@howardscottj) said:
    April 1, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    You forgot they have two buildings in TO and one in KW.

      Karim Kanji responded:
      April 1, 2013 at 9:20 pm


      Of course! Silly of me to have forgotten your home. Thanks for the submission.

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