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Top Coworking Spaces in Canada

20 CAD /d
Northspace, Toronto

Northspace

5/5

Northspace is a collaborative workplace community for today’s entrepreneurial, adaptable and creative workforce. We off... More

35 CAD /d
L'Atelier Vancouver Coworking, Vancouver

L'Atelier Vancouver Coworking

5/5

L'Atelier Vancouver is a coworking space and network hub for creative entrepreneurs and freelancers located in Gastown: V... More

400 CAD /m
Work Nicer, Calgary

Work Nicer

5/5

Located on Stephen Avenue in Downtown Calgary, Work Nicer is a shared work space catered to entrepreneurs, freelancers an... More

25 CAD /d
CoMotion on King, Hamilton

CoMotion on King

5/5

A coworking space that will have design gurus grinning from ear to ear when they are greeted with the contemporary eclect... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Canada

Coming from Toronto, I was looking for a space to work for a few days and CoMotion exceeded my expectatio... Show More
Lauren V
I've worked at a few different coworking spaces in Hamilton and have found CoMotion has the friendliest c... Show More
Crystal Smyth
The space looks nice, but there wasn't a community feeling at all. It was empty with no one to really tal... Show More
Jason R
The co-working space is a quiet, bright, comfortable creative zone. Internet is fast, there is printing a... Show More
Claudia Mandekic

A whopping 92.9% of Canadians jump onto the Internet with the country ranking at spot number 21 in the world for Internet usage with a thriving digital startup and coworking scene happening. Canada overflows with bustling and vibrant cities from multicultural Toronto to French speaking Montréal with Vancouver and Halifax sitting on the Pacific and Atlantic coasts. It's a huge chunk of land crossed by the Rocky Mountains and spreading from the US in the south, to the Arctic Circle in the north.

One expat reflected that he found the Wi-Fi in Canada to be widely available with plenty of cafes and coworking spaces to pop into when the need for company, services or simply to chat to another likeminded person was more pressing than hitting the woods in grizzly bear fashion.

Apparently Canadians spend more time online than anyone else in the world with an average of 45 hours per month with the most popular international websites being Facebook, YouTube and Google whilst the local popular websites were centered on the news media. Canada also has the largest number of file sharers per capita in the world with copyright laws very unclear about the legality of some file trading.

Much of Canada's engineering/startup talent once fled to Silicon Valley, but now the story is changing as the startup environment has seen billions of dollars invested into its startup economy with e-commerce, gaming and software industries thriving. Where once it was hard to obtain finance, now venture firms are actually appearing on the Canadian scene, which has halted the brain drain. Also startup ventures are finding young and creative local talent via the engineering programs at the University of Waterloo and the University of Toronto. The government has introduced tax incentives and subsidies for startups to launch and eased up on the immigration policy for engineers, allowing them to import some of the world's best to their home ground.

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