Toronto YouTubers You Should Watch

this week YouTube unveiled their Toronto YouTube space, located in George Brown
College School of Design near Richmond and Sherbourne. YouTube had all of the
city’s most popular YouTubers like Lilly Singh, Mathew Santoro and Lauren
Riihimaki in attendance to open the space.

will be the 9th YouTube creative space in the world; with the others
in Paris, Mumbai, Berlin, Sao Paulo, New York, Tokyo, London and Los Angeles.
Being amongst a few, this new space confirms what Torontonians knew for a long
time, that we have top notch content creators!

is why we decided to share with you a few Toronto YouTubers you should watch!


we know she is one of the most popular YouTubers in the world, but we couldn’t
keep her away from this list. Lilly Singh started uploading videos to cope with
depression she experienced during university. She uses her culture and love for
pop culture to create comedy that makes others laugh. She is also an advocate
for women empowerment, through her campaign Girl Love, so it’s hard not to fall
in love with her!

Rachel David

is a former TV personality that made the venture to YouTube almost a year ago.
With years of TV under her belt, she definitely knows how to entertain. On her
channel she invites influential people, like NBA’s Delon Wright, for challenges
and games. She also vlogs about her amazing adventures inside industry events!

Bianca Harris

joined YouTube in 2013 and brings her viewer’s professional make up tips and
tutorials. She was introduced to the art of make up at a young age when she
would perform as a dancer. Her passion for the art inspired her to study it in
college and pursue it as a career. She has worked professionally as a makeup
artist with CTV, MMVAs, Diesel and E! Canada.

Lauren Toyota in Real Life

recognize Lauren from her Much Music VJ days, where she interviewed the biggest
stars in the music industry. Luckily for us, Lauren ventured onto YouTube where
she talks about veganism, meditation, food and so much more. She sets to inspire
her viewers to follow their dreams and be fearless. You can also check her out
on her other channel Hot
for Food


a talented photographer and beauty guru, started her YouTube channel in 2013.
Many of her videos feature beauty tutorials and skin care routines. Her channel
sky rocketed 6 months ago when she uploaded her Kylie Jenner Transformation
video, having her made over into the youngest Kardashian. The video went viral
and gathered over 2 million views!

ASAP Science

there with iiSuperwomanii on the popularity scale are the guys from ASAP
Science. Created by Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown in 2012, the channel touches
on many debates and random facts that happen to do with science. Want to know
the science behind bacon or if birds can actually deliver messages, well look
no further these guys can clue you in!  

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