The first (unofficial) reason you should be attending TEDx Toronto this year is to finally figure out what the hell TED stands for. Fine, we’ll tell you. Technology, Entertainment, Design. And since you like all of those things, you should...
TED Talks just celebrated its 5th year in Calgary, and this year’s anniversary was marked with a great line-up of speakers bringing new perspectives and ideas to audiences on everything from religion and high performance athletics to green politics and the psychology of sound
If terms like 'philanthropy', 'social change' and 'dreaming big' get you excited, then you need to attend the 2014 TEDxYYC event this Friday. June 13th marks the fifth birthday of TED Talks in Calgary and the line-up of speakers this year will cover topics to inspire, engage and encourage you to live life to the fullest
You can bet we’ll be keeping a close eye on upcoming activities set to take place this week at the Vancouver Convention Centre when TED kicks off on home turf. In town to celebrate its 30th anniversary, TED2014 promises to deliver its most compelling collection of speakers yet, as well as introduce a new All-Stars Program and tap into an expanded audience on a more intimate level
Last week, a group of volunteer programmers met to fill the remaining slots the Toronto edition of the global speakersâ€™ series on â€œideas worth spreading,â€ which will take place in October, marking the fourth annual event. In attempt to reflect the diversity of Toronto professionals, the volunteers addressed a dilemma: how to appeal to more women and make TEDx less male-dominated
After working as a freelance journalist in Spain where he boldly faced the difficult, emotional circumstances he was placed under, Alex Middleton returned to Calgary to combine his passion for people and writing as a PR consultant in todayâ€™s YPDaily