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TO Tubers

Year: 2016
Genre: Entertainment

Meet some of the GTA’s hottest YouTube stars. What makes them so entertaining?


Episode 1

Matthew Santoro creates infotainment YouTube videos which combine education, comedy and more. With over 6 million subscribers, he never thought being laid off would result in finding his dream job.

Episode 2

Eileen introduces you to Corey Vidal who is a filmmaker and one of Canada’s original YouTubers, having over 73 million channel views. He is also the founder of Buffer Festival, a film festival for Youtubers.

Episode 3

Sylvia Jade is a fashion and beauty guru with her own popular YouTube channel. Get to know how she made her love of posting videos into a full-time career.

Episode 4

Kelsey MacDermaid and Becky Wright, The Sorry Girls, met in university and have become the go to for all things DIY on YouTube, empowering young women to pick up power tools.

Episode 5

Go grocery shopping with Lauren Toyota, who became a YouTuber after being a host and producer with MTV Canada for over 10 years. Now she creates content for her vegan cooking channel, and her personal real life vlog.

Episode 6

12 year old Sophia and her 10 year old sister Bella have been on YouTube for over 10 years. With over 200 million views, take a look into their fun, crafty, and crazy kid lives!

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