Thursday, 14 September 2017

TEDxYouth@Toronto November 12, 2017

TEDxYouth@Toronto is held annually in conjunction with Universal Children’s Day. The event follows the TED format, featuring a line-up of innovative and inspiring speakers and performers. The seventh edition of TEDxYouth@Toronto will be hosted for second year at the beautiful, historic old Masonic Temple in the heart of Toronto.

The event also features carefully chosen TED videos and interactive activities to fully engage the GTA’s brightest youth. The day incorporates networking sessions during and after the event to encourage participants, organizers, and presenters explore, share, and grow “ideas worth spreading.” The live audience will be made up of high school students from all over the city. All on-stage content will also be also be streamed live for audiences both local and global.

Follow TEDxYouth@Toronto at @TEDxYouthTO or at for exciting updates throughout the year!

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Go Eng Girl @ McMaster University Saturday October 21, 2017

Explore the exciting field on engineering through this special event for girls in grades 7 to 10! You will have the opportunity to:
    • Learn about Engineering @ McMaster University
    • Meet women currently studying engineering
    • Learn about some of the amazing things women engineers are doing
    • Participate in cool-hands on activities
    • Hear special guest speakers
To register, visit

John Willmott Architect 2017 Student Design Competition

The John Willmott Architect 2017 Student Design Competition allows high school students interested in the design field to participate in a university level design challenge. The competition gives students valuable experience, assists them in building their portfolio and provides the opportunity to win some great prizes.
There will be an information night on Thursday, September 28th. To secure a spot in the competition, students are encouraged to preregister by emailing Information for the competition is also available on our website If you have any questions please direct them to

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

National Youth Ambassador 150 Opportunities

Global Vision is pleased to launch the National Youth Ambassador Caucus: Canada 150 this June 2-6th, 2017 at the University of Ottawa/Parliament Hill. We are looking to engage youth leaders ages 16-25 to represent their region as Ambassadors and join with their peers from Coast to Coast to Coast. At the Caucus, the delegates will take on the challenges of Climate Change, Poverty Reduction, Governance and building a stronger economy. They will be joined by business, government and community leaders to open up the dialogue and seek innovative solutions to these challenges as we celebrate Canada’s 150th. Take a look at last year’s video of the NYAC
Interested youth are welcome to apply by making a video outlining why they would like to have this opportunity and all details are available on our website The deadline for applications is May 1 2017.
Global Vision is also accepting applications for this summer’s Junior Team Canada Trade Mission to China. Thirty Five youth Ambassadors will be chosen to represent their region, as well as Canadian companies and educational institutions to further strengthen Canada’s trade ties with China. For details and how to apply for the trade mission, please refer to our link The trade mission to China will be held July 28th to August 15th. The deadline for applications is May 12, 2017.

Wednesday, 22 February 2017

TORCH Operations Research Contest

The TORCH challenge will be held by University of Toronto Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Students. TORCH is a one-day contest where teams of three to four high school students solve problems related to operations research. You can join as a team with up to 3 other friends or sign up as an individual and meet other High School Students from around the city who passionate about Operations Research! For more information please see the attached document. 

Date: Saturday, March 18th
Time: 9:00am – 6:00pm
Location: Bahen Centre, 40 St. George Street
Entry: Free

If you have any questions please feel free to contact or visit their website

Engineers without Borders -- Social Change and Youth Leadership Conference

The Social Change and Youth Leadership Conference (SCYLC) hosted by the University of Toronto Chapter of Engineers Without Borders. This conference provides an opportunity for ambitious high school students to get involved and learn more about global development problems as well as being able to experience 2 days of university life!

The event will take place at the University of Toronto, St. George campus from May 27 to 28 (we will be providing accommodation and food for students).

This year, the theme of the conference is Technology Raceway. On Saturday, students will hear from guest speakers on risk and resource management in a global context. After a day of listening to our amazing speakers, they will stay overnight in one of the university’s residences and participate in meaningful discussions and fun activities. On Sunday, the students will have the opportunity to apply what they have learned in a design challenge. Students will be divided into teams and given three hours to tackle a real-world development issue and the winning team will receive a prize.

The registration cost is $89 CAD which includes residence, all meals, conference materials, a t-shirt and other conference takeaways. Students may earn free admissions through referrals!

For more information, e-mail

Global Engineering Conference

The sixth annual Global Engineering Conference is to be held on Saturday March 11th, 2017 at the McMaster Innovations Park.

The Global Engineering Conference 2017 features: Engineering a Healthier World. Since engineering is an interdisciplinary field that has a vital impact on several fields including healthcare, our conference will be themed around a central question:
How is engineering facilitating innovation within the healthcare field?
Through this interdisciplinary event, we hope to encourage our delegates to collaborate and reflect on how engineering can address the dynamic and growing healthcare needs that our society faces. It is critical that engineers and healthcare professionals work together to provide innovative solutions for current and long term medical needs. Our conference will provide the avenue to do just that.

The McMaster University Chapter of Engineers Without Borders is arranging this conference to provide a wide range of workshops, presentations and a panelist discussion to explore issues and developments with engineering and healthcare fields.

For additional information, please visit our website at:

You can also check out our Facebook event page where we will be constantly posting updates:

Tickets are now available through eventbrite:

If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at:

In closing, we would be sincerely honoured if you will accept our invitation to attend the 2017 Global Engineering Conference.