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Planning a hybrid or entirely virtual event?
We can bring your event to life online.

Bring your event’s in-person and virtual attendees together with Eyepowered Media's end-to-end hybrid event design and hosting solution.

From corporate events, non-profit fundraising, employee summits, celebrations, and community events, we have years of experience with all types of virtual events, live streams and video production.

What is hybrid meeting?

Hybrid meetings are shared event experiences designed and organized for both in-person and virtual online attendees.

With COVID restriction being lifted, rather than hosting an event for just the local in-person audience, a hybrid meeting delivers two interconnected experiences and allows engagement by on-site attendees and online audiences where it is impractical or too expensive for them to attend in-person.

Eyepowered Media's hybrid meeting technology combines our on-site cameras, audio, slides and video playback with our unique virtual event platform.  

Elevate your virtual or hybrid event

Eyepowered Media's cross-device computer and mobile experience platform combines cutting-edge creative design, integrated live and remote speakers, slides, video playback and smooth facilitation of audience questions.   Our hybrid or virtual events access the best parts of physical and online environments to create a successful experience for all attendees and stakeholders.

We're exciting to bring you the newest technology and trends in event live streaming.  Let's talk about your event needs.

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Located in London, Ontario, Eyepowered Media provides expert live stream and video production services across Southern Ontario.

Hosting an event in Guelph?

Guelph ; 2021 Canadian Census population 143,740) is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Known as "The Royal City", Guelph is roughly 28 km (17 mi) east of Kitchener and 100 km (62 mi) west of Downtown Toronto, at the intersection of Highway 6Highway 7 and Wellington County Road 124. It is the seat of Wellington County, but is politically independent of it. The city is built on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.

Historic sites

  • Downtown Guelph: Several downtown streets are lined with Victorian era buildings, which are now well over a century old. Many of Guelph's historically designated properties are in or near the downtown area. The old City Hall on Carden St., built between 1856 and 1857, is a National Historic Site of Canada; this structure is an example of mid-19th century Renaissance Revival architecture.This building, as well as its Annex built circa 1865, are also historically designated by the province. Other historically designated buildings in the area include the Winter Fair Building, the County Jail and Governor's Residence and the Guelph Armoury. The Old Quebec Street Mall was a street built in the 1800s that was enclosed and covered; that work was completed in 1984 and the street has become an indoor shopping mall.


Guelph Civic Museum

  • The Guelph Civic Museum has been located on "Catholic Hill" (Norfolk St. and Cork St.) adjacent to the Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate since 2012, moving to this location from a nationally designated historic site at 6 Dublin St. South. The museum has a collection of pictures, films and other antique materials related to the historical development of the City of Guelph.

  • Among the oldest of the city's neighbourhoods, settled by affluent citizens, the St. George's Park area features heritage homes and mansions in the highest part of Guelph. Much of the city's elite lived on the hill running up Grange Street and many of the homes have been renovated.

  • The Exhibition Park neighbourhood, containing the oldest park in Guelph, is an area that was settled in the 1870s and still contains many Victorian style heritage homes.

  • The Brooklyn and College Hill area south of the Speed River is the city's only district that was designated under the Ontario Heritage Act.

  • St. Patrick's Ward (The Ward) with many old buildings, originally contained both manufacturing facilities and modest homes. Many newcomers from Europe, particularly Italy, settled here after 185o0.

  • Allan's Mill


Heffernan Street Footbridge

  • Heffernan Street Footbridge: Spanning the Speed River behind St. George's Anglican Church, this structure was built in 1913, and replaced an earlier steel bridge. The footbridge was designated a heritage site and was restored/reconstructed in 1991 to more closely resemble the original design

  • Goldie Mill ruins: Once owned by the Goldie family, an important name in the early Waterloo Region, the mill was operated from 1866 until 1953 when a fire destroyed it. For some years, it served as a venue for outdoor public and private events but the area around the buildings was closed to the public in June 2017 due to soil contamination and sinkholes. Restoration of the ruins was underway in 2019, authorized by the owner, the Grand River Conservation Authority; the site to re-open to the public on 18 February 2021.


National Historic Sites

Nationally designated sites in the city include:


Outdoor attractions

Most of the natural attractions of Guelph are located beside the two rivers which pass inside the city, Speed River and Eramosa River.

  • Guelph Lake

  • University of Guelph Arboretum

  • Riverside Park, located beside the Speed River at the north of Guelph

  • York Road Park

  • Hanlon Creek Park (Preservation Park)

  • Royal City Park and Wellington Street nature sites



  • Guelph Contemporary Dance Festival

  • Guelph Pride and Winter Pride

  • Guelph and District Multicultural Festival

  • Hillside Festival

  • Two Rivers Festival

  • John Galt Day

  • Guelph Jazz Festival

  • Guelph Ribfest

  • Guelph Festival of Moving Media

  • Guelph Film Festival

  • Vegfest Guelph


Arts facilities

The Sleeman Centre is a sports and entertainment venue in Guelph. The large, modern facility allows for a variety of events such as concerts, sporting and family events, trade shows and conferences, and it is home to the local hockey team, the Guelph Storm.


From a Bell Organ factory to the opera singer Edward Johnson, Guelph has been a source of musical contribution. Today, Guelph has a thriving indie rock scene, which has spawned some of Canada's more well-known indie bands, many of which are highlighted in the annual Kazoo Festival. Guelph is also home to the Hillside Festival, a hugely popular music

festival held at nearby Guelph Lake during the summer, as well as the Guelph Jazz Festival.

Guelph is also home to the Guelph Symphony Orchestra, and two yearly classical music festivals. The Kiwanis Music Festival of Guelph showcases students from Guelph and surrounding areas, while the Guelph Musicfest offers performances by local professional classical musicians.

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