Members of WPToronto have been involved in a number of big WordPress projects over the years. Most notably, members of our meetup group have organized every WordCamp since 2011.

WordCamp Toronto 2017

WordCamp Toronto 2017 is currently in the planning stages. More details to come.

WordCamp Toronto 2016

WordCamp Toronto 2016 was held on August 6th & 7th at the Ted Rogers School of Management (Ryerson University). The move to Ryerson brought WordCamp Toronto back into downtown Toronto for the first time since 2012.

WordCamp Toronto 2015

WordCamp Toronto 2015 was held on October 3rd & 4th at Humber College Lakeshore Campus. One of our strongest WordCamps to date, we even livestreamed the conference to YouTube – a first (as far as we know) for a local WordCamp (excluding WCUS and WCEU).

WordCamp Toronto 2014

WordCamp Toronto 2014 was held on November 15th & 16th at Humber College Lakeshore Campus. We put a greater focus on accessibility (#a11y) and trying to nail down our video content production (an ongoing struggle for the group).

WordCamp Toronto 2013

WordCamp Toronto 2013 was held on October 5th & 6th at Humber College Lakeshore Campus in Toronto’s west-end. The move to Humber reflected our goal of making the event more accessible to people in the GTA.

WordCamp Toronto 2012: Developers

WordCamp Toronto 2012: Developers was held on November 3rd & 4th at George Brown College in downtown Toronto. It was theĀ first (and last!) time that members of our group organized two back-to-back WordCamps in a single year. This WordCamp was focused exclusively on advanced developer topics.

WordCamp Toronto 2012

WordCamp Toronto 2012 was held on September 29th & 30th at George Brown College in downtown Toronto. It was the second WordCamp organized by members of our group, and the first of two back-to-back WordCamps held that year.

WordCamp Toronto 2011

WordCamp Toronto 2011 was the first WordCamp organized by members of the WPToronto meetup group. It was held on November 5th & 6th at George Brown College in downtown Toronto.

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