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  • TEDxToronto 2015 Announces Third Round of Speakers & Host

    • August 25, 2015
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    Each year, our objective at TEDxToronto is to curate a lineup of speakers that spans a wide range of beliefs and perspectives. This year, as we explore our theme Thresholds, we look forward to welcoming speakers who will share stories of courage, vision and remarkable breakthroughs. With this, we are proud to share our next round of speakers:


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  • Your Chance to Volunteer at TEDxToronto 2015

    • August 18, 2015
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    On October 22nd, 2015, TEDxToronto will present its 7th annual conference, Thresholds, shining light on our city’s leaders, innovators, creators and performers.

    TEDxToronto is a 100% volunteer-run organization, and would not be possible without the support and dedication of our community. From behind-the-scenes support, to registration and general logistics – there are several ways to contribute to Canada’s largest TEDx event. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about TED, TEDxToronto, and ideas worth spreading.

    If you are interested in donating your time and volunteering at the conference or after-party, please apply here.


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  • TEDxToronto Announces The National Ballet of Canada as Opening Performance

    • August 11, 2015
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    Pictured: Emma Hawes and Félix Paquet in Orpheus Becomes Eurydice.
    Photo by Don Lee, courtesy of The Banff Centre.

    With just a few days left to apply to attend this year’s TEDxToronto conference, we would like to share some exciting news. On October 22nd, the conference will open with a dedicated performance by The National Ballet of Canada.

    Robert Binet, National Ballet Choreographic Associate, will speak about ballet’s relationship to issues in contemporary society and present excerpts from his recent work, Orpheus Becomes Eurydice. Never seen before in Toronto, the piece explores the ideas of connection, communication and loss embedded in the Greek myth of Orpheus. One of the top international ballet companies, The National Ballet of Canada is renowned for its diverse classical and contemporary repertoire. With 70 dancers and its own orchestra, the company has been led by Artistic Director Karen Kain since 2005.


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  • TEDxToronto 2015 Announces Second Round of Speakers

    • August 5, 2015
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    At TEDxToronto, our mission is to seek out people with ideas worth spreading. In the spirit of this year’s conference theme, Thresholds, we have curated a lineup of speakers and performers whose personal stories and professional achievements will expose you to thrilling new perspectives, and evoke powerful emotion.

    From a young female aerospace engineer identified as one of Canada’s rising leaders, to a man who has saved countless lives as a hostage negotiator, and an inspirational speaker who was personally selected by Richard Branson as one of Virgin’s “10 Most Inspirational People” – we are proud to present our second round of speakers.