The list of The Most Popular YouTubers from Canada in 2019 / MapleDude.Ca
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Here is the top 7 list of the most popular YouTube channels from Canada by number of subscribers, this data is provided by socialblade.com

  1. Justin Bieber. Subs: 42m / Videos: 42 / Views: 600m
  2. VanossGaming. Subs: 24m / Videos: 926 / Views: 10b
  3. WatchMojo.com. Subs: 19m / Videos: 16k / Views: 11b
  4. Shawn Mendes. Subs: 17m / Videos: 75 / Views: 231m
  5. The Weeknd. Subs: 14m / Videos: 769 / Views: 720m
  6. IISuperwomanII. Subs: 14m / Videos: 42 / Views: 3b
  7. Unbox Therapy. Subs: 13m / Videos: 1.5k / Views: 2.5b

Justin Bieber is, of course, a super famous Canadian singer and songwriter:

DJ Khaled – No Brainer (Official Video)

VanossGaming YT channel belongs to Evan Fong, Canadian video game commentator and internet personality from Toronto.

WatchMojo.com is not only a website, but a huge YouTube channel with 16,000+ entertaining videos uploaded.

Shawn Mendes is another Canadian singer-songwriter:

Shawn Mendes – Treat You Better

The Weeknd (Abel Makkonen Tesfaye) makes music too:

The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar – Pray For Me

Next in the list is Lilly Singh, a Canadian actress, comedian and YouTube personality widely known as IISuperwomanII.

7th place in the top is taken by Unbox Therapy on YouTube channel which makes videos where he, well, unboxing stuff:

This Smartphone Changes Everything…

There are many “Canadian” YouTube channels with a massive number of views (Super Simple Songs – Kids Songs etc.), but those are YT videos for kids. As you might know everyone on YouTube can freely choose any country in their profile and some people putting Canada there just for fun, or for some other reasons.

Socialblade statistics is not always right, we all know that Drake is from Canada and his YouTube channel has 17m+ subs (he would have 3rd or 4th place), but because he didn’t choose a country in YT profile, services like socialblade don’t put him in a Canadian category.

MapleDude.Ca making this list for 2019 at the beginning of the year, but the most popular youtubers are not very likely to change in 2020, although some positions probably going to swap.

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