Our neighbors to the north have some of the best cities in the world. Vancouver is usually ranked as the top destination in North America, Toronto is similar to NYC in many ways, and Montreal is the most European influenced city west of the Atlantic. Victoria, Ottawa, and Quebec City are also amazing places to both work and live. If you prefer to live and work in smaller towns the second largest country in the world has hundreds of beautiful places to choose from.
We looked into every coworking space in the hundred largest cities in Canada and ranked them by their entrepreneurial community, events held, and feedback from their coworkers. These are not necessarily the largest or most well-known coworking spaces in Canada, they are simply the best. Here are the top 17 coworking spaces in Canada.
In the heart of Marconi sector in Montreal, Fabrik8 is located in a 32,000 square foot building and offers forty private offices for different size companies up to 25 people.
They have a coworking space where creativity, productivity, and business performance are optimized. The synergy of the companies is a key element, so their shared spaces foster collaboration and exchange between different professionals.
Xenospace is a shared workspace community at the heart of Montreal where young creatives and entrepreneurs can co-create, collaborate and grow together. Ideal residents are filmmakers, photographers, YouTube Creators, VFX artists, bloggers, designers, writers, marketing and communications consultants and startups, among others.
Hub305 is a coworking space in Montreal that allows entrepreneurs to work, network and grow within a collaborative, multidisciplinary community of entrepreneurs. A cooperative coworking space designed for small and very small businesses, Hub305 is both a place of work, exchanges and collaborations between startup companies.
CoMotion On King is a new coworking initiative and Hamilton's largest coworking space coming to the heart of downtown Hamilton. It's a community of like-minded, ambitious entrepreneurs building amazing businesses. Moving towards better ways of working.
L’Atelier Vancouver is a coworking space and networking hub in Gastown for creative entrepreneurs, startups, and freelancers. They provide a comfortable, inspiring, and affordable space for individuals and small business to realize their unique projects and connect with a community of like-minded, forward-thinking creators.
CMPNY is more than just a coworking space. They’re a community of hustlers, rebels, dreamers and doers in Burnaby that are a part of something bigger themselves. CMPNY fuels entrepreneurs to create successful, financially sustainable businesses on their own terms with well-designed, expansive coworking spaces with varied work areas and physical amenities, enterprise-grade IT infrastructure, educational workshops and seminars, comprehensive benefit and wellness plans.
A collection of entrepreneurial hubs located in the heart of downtown Toronto. The ultimate platform for creators and innovators. Workhaus helps companies grow by providing the coworking space, services, community and amenities for individuals and companies to take their business to the next level.
CollabSpace is a local business environment in Ottawa where entrepreneurs can come together to network and collaborate with each other. It is a membership club like no other with programs facilitated by onsite mentors and business educators. Members can learn from real world business experience and education that has been years in the making. A coworking space, with an inviting energy, made for the discerning entrepreneur.
Le Salon 1861 is giving a new life to the St. Joseph church in Montreal, turning it into a multi-functional event hall, a restaurant, and an entrepreneurial co-creation hub. The new beginning for this magnificent building brings together business leaders, universities, cultural groups, community organizations and local residents who share a common set of beliefs and want to work together to make a better, more sustainable, inclusive, productive and happy society.
They are creating a startup community in Kamloops where new tech entrepreneurs can start, grow, and succeed. A technology business accelerator offering programs that guide, coach and mentor early stage ventures.
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The first collaborative space and accelerator dedicated to entrepreneurship and social innovation in Montreal. Their mission is to bring together and propel an ambitious community of entrepreneurs and citizens dedicated to social innovation.
A gathering point for the entrepreneurial community in Montreal. It is a collaborative and welcoming space for designers, creators, artists, self-employed workers, social entrepreneurs, startup teams and employees with an entrepreneurial spirit. It is also a dense network of customers, suppliers, partners, and collaborators.
BrightLane is a coworking space on King St. West in Toronto. They offer a prestigious business address without premium pricing and long-term leases. BrightLane is a coworking space to work while being in the company of like-minded small businesses and entrepreneurs. At BrightLane they provide a sense of community, help build meaningful connections and encourage collaboration between their members.
ECTO operates a coworking space in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal. ECTO is designed to enable the professional and personal development of self-employed workers, startups, freelancers, and entrepreneurs.
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Home to a diverse group of artists, entrepreneurs, innovators and independents in Toronto, they are creating an inspiring and empowering workplace and event space. Whether you are an individual or an organization, a startup or an established entity, Foundery can meet your professional and creative needs.
Project Spaces is a growing network of founder-friendly coworking spaces in downtown Toronto for entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers. They provide vibrant workspaces, an active community, and an array of services to help their members succeed. You have ideas, they have space.
Founded in 2011, Project Spaces has quickly established itself as a market leader in Toronto, Canada - the fourth largest city in North America and a global hotbed for entrepreneurship. Their members are thinkers, leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators working in technology, the creative arts and everything in between.
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They don’t just encourage community in Toronto. They depend on it! The energy of their space comes from hundreds of exceptional people who visit and work there every day. They’re a community of nonprofits, for-profits, entrepreneurs, artists and activists working across sectors to create a better world.
The Farm SoHo
The Farm SoHo will wow you and your guests with its rustic charm and inviting environment. New York City's most engaged community of startup teams, developers, remote workers, freelancers, and entrepreneurs.