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Upcoming Events


TEDxYouth@Moncton 2019

Northrop Frye, Moncton | 15th of June, 2019

Join us for the first ever TedxYouth@Moncton event that will feature youth and youth-related speakers talking about "Sustainable Lifestyles". Tickets sell out quickly.


TEDxMoncton 2018: Cohesive Inspiration

Capitol Theatre, Moncton | 14th of April, 2018

TEDxMoncton is a growing brand of sharing ideas from a non-biased perspective. It’s a space where people can check their egos at the door, open their minds and hearts and get better together. This year's event is being curated to offer some insights on local and regional issues.


Hacking happiness | Tyler Sellars
Social movements -- How Jaws explains the world | Jon Mann
Encounters with the "Big Cats" of the Amur Region | Jeremy Nelson
Words to remember | Joe Grondin
Why not community wellness! | Armand Doucet
Mental health and criminal justice | Crystal Dieleman
Exercising leadership | Pierre Battah
Artificial Intelligence and the future | André LeBlanc

What is TEDx?

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TED has created a program called TEDx. TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. Our event is called TEDxMoncton, where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxMoncton event, TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events, including ours, are self-organized.


Branwyn Kennedy

Branwyn is,and always has been, a very responsible individual and isincredibly wise beyond her age. She is involved in many extracurricular activities, such as Sistema Concerts, Drama Fests as well as District Math Competitions and is always eager to learn new things.Branwyn always has a smile on her face and is always up for new adventures with her amazing friends.

Emma Ryan

Emma Ryan is an inquisitive individual who takes pride in her learning. She consistently takes a leadership role in her classroom and outside of it. She volunteers regularly at businesses around her community and lends a helping hand to the environment. She is passionate about change and self-growth and always puts her all into every project that she takes on.Emma constantly pushes for change and improvement in her life

Jamie Leclerc

Jamie Leclerc grew up in Grand Falls, NB, but has called Moncton her home since she was 20. Jamie finished her Bachelors in Education in 2011 and has been working on her Masters while teaching in the Anglophone East School District.She has always been very involved in her school community and has always encouraged her students to be compassionate global citizens. Jamie enthusiastically applies herself to her Volleyball Coaching while running the school Environment Club, as well as leading her school in various Environmental activities.

Trisha Daley

A transplant to Moncton, Trish grew up outside Truro, NS. After high school, Trish moved to PEI to pursue an education in Accounting. Despite enjoying numbers, Trish realized she enjoyed people more and transferred to an Arts program to major in English and minor in Women’s Studies. She followed up her BA with a B’Ed in Primary Education with a specialization in International Education.

During her education degree, Trish was able to experience teaching at the Early Childhood level and truly loved it. Blessed with an employer who became an amazing mentor, Trish spent almost 10 years teaching at Campus Kids Childcare Centre at UPEI. After a short stint in the public school system, Trish became acutely aware of the need to rethink our current system to help our youth become engaged, confident members of society.

After officially moving to NB in 2013, Trish took a break from teaching children and began to informally teach adults in a completely unexpected setting: the retail market. In her current position, she helps people realize the importance of communication, physical fulfillment, and that we are not alone in our struggles.

Trish is passionate about teaching, particularly in the Sexual Health and Wellness realm, performing Burlesque, pole and aerial hoop fitness, and singing(even though she’s not very good). She is very excited to be joining the amazing TEDxMoncton team, and is looking forward to helping provide opportunities for open communication.

Jérémie Bourque

Jérémie Bourque has been a maritimer all of his life and has no plans to leave his home here in New Brunswick.

Jérémie has been interested in technology as long as he can remember, ever since his parents first bought a family computer. His experience in the design and delivery of software cuts across a variety of industries including the government and mental-health sector. He is happiest when trying his best to learning emerging technologies and working in development teams on purpose-driven software.

Jérémie is currently a CTO of a rapidly growing technology startup that specializes in offering mental-health tools to students.

He became interested in volunteering for TedxMoncton to meet like-minded people that are life-long learners and are passionate about exploring ideas. Jérémie is a lover of animals, big supporter of animal-related charities and can usually be found spending time with his sheepdog Ozzy.

Mathieu Basque

Mathieu Basque is a naturally curious individual who was born in New-Brunswick.

Due to his natural curiosity, Mathieu loves to share deep conversation in a variety of subjects. He has always been a lover of questions and firmly believes that with a better question comes a better answer.

Mathieu obtained a diploma in the Sciences from Université de Moncton in 2011, a Multidisciplinary Bachelor's with concentrations in Biochemistry, Kinesiology and Education in 2014, and has also completed 5 courses from McMaster University's MBA program. During his studies he received bursaries to study in France, and was part of Université de Moncton's Track and Field team. Over these years, Mathieu also gained significant experience in the Hospitality industry.

Mathieu is currently working with Green Eye Coop, a not-for-profit organization where he does a variety of tasks, mainly research and development on the carbon footprint related to food imports to New-Brunswick.

In his free time, Mathieu engages in philosophy, meditation, relationships, musicianship, self-directed learning and exercise. Oh, and he tends to forget where he puts his things.