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TED - the annual conference that brings together some of the planet's brightest thinkers returns to Vancouver once again.  TED2015  is packed with more innovators and game changers than ever, including space jumper Alan Eustace, TV producer Shonda Rhimes, former White House intern Monica Lewisnky and exoplanet expert Sara Seager.  Tickets for the 4 day conference are pricey but each day's round of speeches, which start as early as 8:30am and conclude as late as 7pm will be live streamed to locations throughout metro Vancouver, including select secondary schools, universities, libraries, community centres and non-governmental organiziations. 

Here is a current list of locations.  More venues will likely be added, as applications to host live streaming are open until March 9

 

  • Vancouver Public Library
  • Science World
  • University of British Columbia, Faculty of Education and main library branch
  • Vancouver International Film Centre
  • Potluck Café Society
  • Langara College
  • Emily Carr University of Art + Design
  • YWCA Metro Vancouver
  • The AMP
  • Vancouver Community Network
  • Wolrige Foundation
  • Stratford Hall Secondary School
  • David Suzuki Foundation

In addition to Vancouver, live streaming will also be available this year in Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, New Westminster, North and West Vancouver, Richmond, Squamish, Surrey, Victoria and Whistler. 

Photo credit: Steve Jurvetson | Wikipedia

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