Meet the Firefox for iOS Team!




Great news! A good number of the developers and designers that made Firefox for iOS will be in Toronto this week, so Mozilla has put together an impromptu open house.

The community is invited to meet some of the team that helped develop it, see how it works and enjoy some treats.
Where: Mozilla Toronto: 366 Adelaide Street. 5th floor
When: October 1, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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Cafe FoxYeah – Thurs. June 18th




The FoxYeah campaign to promote Firefox is well under way! If you haven’t heard of it, check out and share a few of the invites to download Firefox with your family and friends.

Across the world, FoxYeah events are being hosted to help encourage people to download Firefox, and to help Firefox fans make their own pictures and videos.

This Thursday, June 18th from 5 – 8pm, you can stop by the Mozilla Toronto office to check out what’s new in Firefox, enjoy some cafe style refreshments, and learn more about how you can support Firefox and get involved with Mozilla.

We’ll be letting people try out Firefox Hello – video calling right from the browser, no extra software needed! We’ve got some friends lined up to say Hello! They include current and former Mozilla staff, who are looking forward to sharing their Mozilla stories and answering any questions they can.

You can also see what Firefox for Android is like these days, and see what’s coming up in Firefox Developer Edition.

RSVP now! and don’t forget to invite your friends!

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Firefox Community Launch Party Update


The Firefox Community Launch Party is done and, as expected, everybody involved had a rockin’ time.

The venue at Snakes and Lattes was perfect to give everyone a chance to enjoy the evening and play with the Firefox on a few games. Mozilla Reps and community members were happy to share information about the Firefox and its how it is the browser that keeps everyone’s interests (especially privacy) in mind.

There are going to be more photos soon, but here are a few tweets from the event:


I’d like to take this chance to thank everyone who joined the event. A big shout-out to also to the Toronto community members, Mozilla Reps, and Mozilla folks who made this possible: Carlos Mengual, Ashley Rosen, Robert Sayles, Kohei Yoshino, Bob Silverberg, Mike Hoye, Jonathan Lin, Rebecca Gorospe, Jessica Osorio, Jennifer Balaco, Gen Kanai, and Brian King. You guys are all awesome!

The good news is that there is more to come from Mozilla and the Toronto community so, stay tuned!

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Firefox Community Launch Party in Toronto


In case you haven’t heard, Mozilla just launched the latest Firefox browser last April 29 (

With this major update, the Mozilla Toronto community will be having a launch party at Snakes & Lattes at 600 Bloor St West (near the Bathurst subway station) on May 9, 2014 from 5pm to 7:30pm.

Event attendees will enjoy a night out of fun and games at one of the coolest game board cafés in Toronto. In the spirit of community building, Firefox will be covering the cost of the game-play admission for guests, and be handing out gift cards to help cover the costs of food and beverages.

You may want to show up early as space is limited.
**Please note registering on the Eventbrite page does not guarantee admission. This is a first-come, first-served event based on availability**

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If you’re interested in volunteering, that would be more awesome! Please send an email to if you or your friends would like to lend a hand in making the event fun and memorable for everyone.

The Mozilla community is grateful for your support and I personally hope to see you there!

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Mozilla Summit 2013 in Toronto


Mozilla Summit Toronto For three whole days, Toronto was rocked by hundreds of Mozilla volunteers and paid staff. You can say that there were three Summit events, but for a lot of people, the Mozilla Summit in Toronto was one memorable experience.

Let’s not forget: Imagine. Build. Teach.

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