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Canadian Recognized LEGO® User Groups (RLUGs)
Canadian Recognized LEGO® Fan Media (RLFM)
- AshnFlash (YouTube Channel) LEGO news, set reviews, Top 10’s, Custom Minifigure Mondays, comparison videos, the occasional streams and of course – Custom Minifigure Series
- BrickinNick (Twitch Channel) Creative LEGO Builder & Broadcaster on Twitch broadcasting live 4 days a week.
- SwiftBricks (YouTube Channel) A huge Harry Potter, Stranger Things and Star Wars fan, and run the LEGO YouTube channel SwiftBricks.
- TheHiddenBlade01 (YouTube Channel) YouTube Content Creator focused on everything LEGO Gaming, but also makes videos/community posts showcasing upcoming sets, minifigures and more!
- True North Bricks (Website) True North Bricks is a Canadian fan media blog all about the enjoyment of LEGO® bricks.
LEGO® Conventions and Exhibitions
- BrickCan – largest LEGO convention and public exhibition in Western Canada, held at the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond (Vancouver), BC (Recognized AFOL Networking Event)
- Brickspo – LEGO showcase held in Moose Jaw, SK hosted by SLUG and featuring talented builders from many LEGO User Groups across Western Canada
- Bricks in the Six – largest LEGO convention and public exhibition in Eastern Canada, held in Toronto, ON
- BrickCon – massive LEGO convention and public exhibition in Seattle, WA (Recognized AFOL Networking Event)
- Bricks Cascade – LEGO convention and public exhibition in Portland, OR
- Bricks by the Bay – LEGO convention and public exhibition in Santa Clara, CA (Recognized AFOL Networking Event)
- BricksLA – LEGO convention and public exhibition in Pasadena (Los Angeles), CA (Recognized AFOL Networking Event)
- BrickSlopes – LEGO Fan Event Public EXPO in Sandy, Utah (Recognized AFOL Networking Event)
Helpful LEGO® Related Sites
- LEGO Ambassador Network – Find LEGO Groups, Events and Community Information
- LEGO Glossary – The Brothers Brick hosts a great glossary on all the LEGO terms and acronyms you’ve always wondered about
- First LEGO League (Canada) – Introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to children ages 4-14 through fun, exciting hands-on learning
Databases, Instructions, and Other Info
- Rebrickable – Find out which LEGO sets you can build from the sets and parts you already own.
- Brickset – Database of LEGO products, track your collection, and read reviews.
- Instructions – Look up instructions for LEGO sets.
- Brick Architect – Great articles offering a unique perspective on various LEGO topics including organizing your LEGO collection. Offers LEGO Brick Labels and a LEGO Storage Guide.
- Brick Economy – A comprehensive guide to LEGO economics, market values and trends.
- Yoshihito Isogawa – Facebook page with helpful tips and tutorials on how to add movement to your MOCs.
- JK Brickworks – Specialize in bringing bricks to life. The website includes instructions for various models created by JK Brickworks. There is also an associated a Facebook page with tips and tutorials and a YouTube channel.
- Lego Art Remix – Create your own LEGO mosaic’s. Upload images, select colour palette’s and make other adjustments.
- Bram’s Sphere Generator – Instructions on how to build different sized spheres out of LEGO.
- L-Gage – Information resource for the LEGO® model train community.
LEGO® Sets & Merchandise
- LEGO – LEGO Shop online is a great place to buy sets, replacement parts, bulks parts, and other LEGO related merchandise
- BrickLink – Marketplace and catalogue for genuine LEGO products
- Brick Owl – Marketplace to buy and sell LEGO Parts, Minifigures and Sets
- Rebrickable – Purchase instructions for MOCs created by other builders.
- Bricker King – Canadian online store that sells new and used LEGO sets, minifigures and parts (can also be found on BrickLink).
Custom Printed Bricks & Minifigs
LEGO® Blogs and Online Communities
- True North Bricks – Canadian LEGO blog with weekly posts about LEGO deals in Canada. Reveals and reviews also include the retail price in Canadian dollars unlike many other blogs.
- New Elementary – Blog with a focus on new parts.
- Tips & Bricks – Blog with a focus on building techniques. Their website offers free handbooks.
- BrickNerd – Hub for all things LEGO and the LEGO Community. Wide variety of articles from many different contributors around the world. They also have a monthly update of LEGO related contests from around the LEGO community.
- The Brothers Brick – Blog that highlights awesome MOCs built by AFOLs from all over the world. They also feature LEGO related news and set reviews.
- Swooshable – Collection of resources, tutorials, tools, and community news.
- Brick Central – Community for LEGO photographers.
- Eurobricks – Probably the largest and most active LEGO forum.
- Minimal Bricks – An inclusive LEGO blog focussing on what AFOLs and new LEGO hobbyists can do with small sets and smaller collections.
- The Rambling Brick – Blog that highlights various aspects of the LEGO hobby. Based in Australia.
LEGO® Magazines & Podcasts
- Blocks (magazine) – Covers official LEGO sets, MOCs, and all LEGO related news. Offers a monthly technique guide.
- HispaBrick Magazine – Coverage of the global LEGO community (offers a Spanish and English edition)
- Bits N’ Bricks Podcast – An official LEGO® Games podcast