February 21st / 22nd Ryerson University

Our Mission. Your Conference.

PodCamp Toronto is Canada's largest and longest running un-conference for people who create digital experiences and are at the forefront of innovation.

It is where the countries professional and hobbyists community comes together for two days every year to share our stories, and our knowledge.
Learning from one another, to make ourselves and our communities better.

Share Your Passion

Unlike a conventional conference, at PodCamp you don’t have to be an expert to give a talk, you just have to be passionate. All you need to do is apply with your idea!

Don't think you have something to share? Some of the best presentations are nothing more than a circle of chairs and some great discussions!

PodCamp is a chance to network, learn something new, and communicate what you're most passionate about. All you need is enthusiasm.

Submissions Open Tue Jan 27th

Open Data Day

February 22nd is International Open Data Day, and PodCamp is proud to host one of the many Hackathon's happening around the world on Saturday and Sunday.

Open Data brings together Developers, Designers, Librarians, Statisticians, and Citizens to write applications, liberate data, create visualizations and publish analyses using open public data.


Located in the heart of Toronto The Rogers Communications Centre, at Ryerson University, is Canada's premier facility for education in converging communications and interactive media, and will generously be our host for the 9th year running.

Ryerson University
Rogers Communication Centre
80 Gould St, Toronto, ON, Canada Google Maps

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Q: I’ll be coming to PodCamp Toronto by car, is there parking?

Park­ing is not pro­vided on-site, though there are sev­eral paid lots and some street park­ing avail­able in the imme­di­ate area. Heated under­ground park­ing is avail­able directly across Gould Street under­neath the Metro gro­cery store. To access it, come north from Dun­das up Dal­housie Street (one way) and the entrance to the garage will be on your right just before you get to Gould.

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