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20 new and borrowed ideas for Toronto advanced at visioning conference

It’s called Pecha Kucha. A Japanese term for chit-chat, Pecha Kucha also refers to a presentation format that allows a speaker to share a lot of ideas quickly.

It was used by five conference speakers Thursday at an event called, Toronto Region Vision 2014: Big Ideas for the Region, organized by the Toronto Transit Alliance, CivicAction and Evergreen.

Not every presenter stayed within the Pecha Kucha format, which was to show 20 slides for 20 seconds each.

But there was a wide range of ideas — some new, some borrowed from other places — suggested for strengthening Toronto’s regional identity and prosperity.

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Author:

Tess Kalinowski

Appeared In (Publisher):

Toronto Star