Peek inside Google's new Canadian engineering headquarters

A secret room off the library, a climbing wall, a full-time chef — take a tour through the new Google Canada headquarters in Kitchener, Ont.

185,000-square-foot high-tech space features secret room, climbing wall

Google officially opened the new headquarters for its Canadian engineering and development team Thursday with a visit from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The new office, located in Kitchener, Ont., features everything from micro kitchens offering snacks around the clock to a climbing wall. 

Click through the photo gallery above to see some of the unique features available for Google Canada employees, who are also known as Canooglers, which is short for Canadian Googlers.


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