Announcing Our Third Round of Speakers and After Party Details

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With only five weeks remaining until TEDxToronto 2014, we are thrilled to unveil another round of speakers for our sixth annual conference, and to share details about the official TEDxToronto After Party.

This group of speakers includes a cosmologist who spent a year operating the South Pole Telescope; an entrepreneur who is changing the way the hearing impaired relate to the world; a female comedian who is using humour to reframe the way we approach diversity; and a twenty-six-year-old activist changing the way at-risk communities interact with police.

Keith Vanderlinde
Assistant Professor, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Toronto

Tarik SayeedFounder, BabyTaxi

@TarikSayeedJamil JivaniFounder, Policing Literacy Initiative

@jamiljivani

Sabrina JaleesComedian

@sabrinajalees

This diverse group of speakers and demonstrators will take the stage on October 2, 2014, along with Rachel Parent, Dr. Margot Taylor, John Cruickshank, Nav Bhatia, David Fleet, Adam van Koeverden, Colin Boyd Shafer, Choir! Choir! Choir! and others, who will be announced shortly.

If you’d like to participate in the magic of TEDxToronto 2014, join us as a member of our audience by applying here before September 4, at 11:59 p.m. ET. You only have a week left to get your applications in, so please make sure you do so today!

We are also very excited to share details about the official TEDxToronto After Party — "The Pursuit of Greatness" — which will take place following the conference on October 2. In addition to the opportunity to connect with our incredible speakers, performers and demonstrators, guests can expect an evening filled with entertainment and surprises influenced by The Great Gatsby.

Our official After Party will take place at CUBE, located near Queen St. W. and Spadina Ave. We hope that you'll join us to celebrate an unforgettable TEDxToronto experience. More After Party details will be available in the coming weeks.

We hope to see you at TEDxToronto 2014!

All the best,
The TEDxToronto Organizing Committee

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