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Hacking the City. Digital Literacy for Everyone

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Hackathon at OneEleven, Canadian Open Data Experience.

Bitcoin Expo 2014 | Toronto - April 11 - 13Bitcoin Expo 2014 in Toronto – April 11 – 13 Toronto based start up focused on providing enabling technologies for the burgeoning market for 3D services.

The Open Hardware Repository is a place on the web for electronics designers to collaborate on open hardware designs, much in the philosophy of the free software movement. URL:

Toronto Public Library's Innovation space. workshops, 3d printing , and more. Make labs appears to be a printing service and training startup. Providing an hourly rate for users to print, and for training. Events are options as well where users can gain specialized training not available at other times.

LEAF is an organization that promotes utilization of the urban forest landscape of Toronto, and surrounding community's. Taking wood from trees that have been removed, died, or have fallen by nature and being transformed into art, and other objects. Workshops, and events.

Pivot Planet, website since 2003 has been pairing people interested in switching careers with mentors who can teach them how to start. (from here

WORKShop is an experimental design centre & gallery. The centre was established in February 2010 to further the visionary design work of Hong Kong-based Kin Yeung whose approach establishes reciprocity between design traditions and excellence spawned in China over many centuries and today's contemporary urban life styles in both the East and the West.

SUBTLE TECHNOLOGIES brings people together to promote wonder, incite creativity and spark innovation across disciplines.

The Social Body Lab. Social Body Lab focuses on meaningful and provocative interactions, questioning the relationship between humans and technology through working prototypes and fully manifested projects.

Nasser Vies (Nasser Daremi Vies) makes Custom made shoes and boots in Toronto. He offers a shoe making course as well. Ever wanted to learn how to make shoes, well he is your man in Toronto.

URL: Jewellery studio that puts on workshops and other class's.

ArtsCan Circle is a non profit, which brings the arts to remote community's. They take instrument donations, and volunteers on trips to remote locations to help young artists grow. "Our hope is to encourage self-esteem amongst Indigenous youth in isolated communities through a cooperative exploration of the arts."

A place for children to create.

Perspective about Women in STEM

Museums; List below. Reflect upon the past, what advances have aided progress. What areas have others explored.

Sarah Kay: If I should have a daughter. Ted Talk. Poetry. I added this to the list for around 7min in. Where she shares how she was taken into a her new found community, that community that embraced and engaged her, that helped her to learn. And now in turn she teaches.

York University Computer Museum