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You can now watch all the TEDxToronto 2016 videos online

If you missed TEDxToronto this year, don't fret. You can still do all of your locally-inspired learning because videos from all the TED Talks are now available online.

The eighth annual TEDxToronto conference was on October 27, 2016 at Koerner Hall. The theme was Symbols + Signals and it featured a varied range of speakers and performers who both educated and entertained the crowd of delegates.

As you wait for the announcement about the 2017 conference, here a some talks to keep you informed and in-the-know during the holiday season.

Decoding the value of names. Duana Taha, TV writer, author, and name expert.

Mastering a new skill in a matter of hours. Dr. Helene Polatajko, Occupational Therapist & Rehabilitation Scientist Researcher.

Why do we accept bad design? Paul Rowan, Co-founder of Umbra

For the rest of the videos, visit the TEDxToronto website.

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