The Toronto Blogger Collective began as a passion project in 2018. Four Toronto-area content creators were jammed into a car on a 6-hour road trip to New York State. As delirium overtook them, a brilliant idea came to mind. The idea was to create a place where content creators from throughout the Greater Toronto Area could come together. The goal was a safe space for sharing ideas, working through struggles, and binding together to raise how the content creation industry as a whole is perceived by both brands and content creators alike.
The TBC, as it’s affectionately known, quickly exploded to nearly 500 members from all areas of content creation throughout the region. From travel to food, parenting to lifestyle and beyond. The group has grown to include regular meet-ups, social strategy and business courses, press partnerships, and industry consultancy.
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Kevin Wagar is a family travel writer and photographer. He writes about using travel as a way to educate and inspire kids to become world citizens while inspiring parents to travel deeper with their children.
Travel blogger, freelance writer and photographer looking to do more of all of those aforementioned things, and connect with those who are doing the same.
Mr. Rudderless is a short trip, mini-break, business travel, weekend getaway, stopover and layover specialists.
He uses his skills in videography and editing, photography, podcasting, and writing to tell stories and create itineraries in a fun and informative way.
Bold. Brazen. Blunt. Unabashed adventure seeker and tired parent of two.
Kathryn Dickson is an award-winning Canadian television and documentary editor, travel writer and content creator. She travels solo and with her children around the world in search of the experiences that make them weak in the knees. Any time she is home in Toronto, be assured that she is suffering from a severe case of wanderlust.
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