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November 11th, 2015
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Mohamed Fahmy recounts tales of his imprisonment in Egypt, the importance of journalism and what this means to each of us in today’s society.
In a poetically rhythmic talk, Ivan Coyote highlights the need for gender neutral washrooms in all public places.
Lesley Kim’s life would forever change on October 31, 2013.
As it turns out, scientists had it all wrong about dinosaurs.
Nardwuar introduces his do-it-yourself world of investigation and adventure.
The space between science, art and design.
A shift towards new ways of building that will compliment the intersection of man's greatest building challenges.
Gossip is more important than you think.
Harnessing compassion in the pursuit of new approaches to tackling important societal issues.
The power of the individual is stronger than we have been led to believe.
Fusing live banjo and spoken word with segments of Oscar-nominated documentary "Gasland."
In a riveting interview conducted by Riaz Meghji, Mohamed Fahmy recounts tales of his imprisonment in Egypt, the importance of journalism and what this means to each of us in today’s society. Recorded at TEDxVancouver at Rogers Arena on November 14, 2015.