Ashley Zahabian

Acting More Rational – Changing Our Automatic Behavior

Bill Stainton

How To Be A More Creative Person

Elizabeth May

Electoral Dysfunction and Reform

Jacqueline Way

How To Be Happy Every Day: It Will Change The World

Jill Prescott

Being Vulnerable Gave Me Freedom From Sexual Abuse And Bullying

Jonathan Cote

Can Driverless Cars Save Our Cities From Cars?

Melissa Haynes

A Powerful Ghost Story: Have The Courage To Dream Big

Mike Shaw

Grateful For Grief – How To Live A Full Life After Grief

Shaun Frankson

How To Save Earth With 5 Minutes A Day Of Responsible Consumerism

Stephen O’Keefe

How To Listen Better – Tips From A Deaf Guy

Steve Gill

Addiction – Don’t Let The Bear Catch You

Tamer Mohamed

3D Printing Human Tissue: Where Engineering Meets Biology

Vikram Vij

How To Guarantee Your Friends Will Like You More


Bosco Anthony

Feeling Stuck

Connor Beaton

The Mask of Masculinity

Dan Lok

The Invisible Force

Galya Westler

Social Media Obesity and Loneliness

Gary Paterson

Diversity Is The Name of The Game

Dr Gurdeep Parhar

Fixing Racism

Iman Aghay

Nothing to Regret

Isabelle Mercier

The Power of Zero Tolerance

Jessica Pautsch

The Business of Sharing

Jules Ku-Lea

Is There A Slave In Your Food?

Karn Manhas

Don’t Let The Bed Bugs Bite

Kieron Sweeney

Life’s Golden Buckets

Maureen McGrath

The Sexless Marriage

Ryan Phillips

Child Sex Slavery

Sita Gaia

The Hell of Chronic Illness


Brad Gorski

The Risks of Distracted Driving

Daphne Bramham

We Are Citizens First

David Knapp-Fisher

Discipline Or Regret

Grace Pastine

Death With Dignity

Dr. Homayoun Najjaran

Drones Have Much More Potential!

Jacky Yenga

The Spirit of The Village

John Nieuwenburg

Cultural Taboos of Suicide and Mental Illness

Dr. Marta Guarna

Beekeeping, A Challenged Profession

Matt Young

Fixing The Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Peter Legge

Thinking, Is It A Lost Art?

Rumana Monzur

Yes, We Can Reduce Violence Against Women

Dr. Teesha Morgan

Masturbation Myths

Zale Zeviar

Integrity and The Life of The Planet

One Comment
  • Anonvan@gmail.com February 9, 2017 at 4:37 am

    Excited by the thought of attending my first TedEx. When we connect to the website from our phone and see the speakers we are struck by the fact that the people inspiring me don’t represent Vancouver’s cultural diversity. Is it possible to take a read of your landing page with that perspective in mind and change up the order of the photos?

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