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Watch WE DAY Online at WeDay.CTV.ca

Saturday, September 25, 2010

About a month ago, I shared some information about We Day 2010 including the amazing line-up of motivational speakers, activists and performers who will be on stage to ignite passion for social change in our students. I am super excited to be able to attend this year with a group of a dozen Me to We students who have dedicated themselves to promoting social change within our school. This will be the first time that I get to partake in what others describe as an incredible experience. And now, you can, too, thanks to CTV.

Free the Children and CTV have partnered up on WeDay.CTV.ca to provide a real-time feed of the days' events and can be streamed live on the CTV Video Player. You can watch either show as they are streamed live or afterwards on demand. Teachers can also set up an LCD projector connected to a computer with high-speed internet in their rooms to share the events live with those students who were unable to take part in person. Isn't that awesome?

And if you're on Facebook (and can access it from your workplace), you can even interact and share messages with people online and on location via Facebook integration. You can also stay up to date on weday.ctv.ca by viewing photo galleries from the events as they happen, chat online with Free the Children staff during the live events, converse on Twitter using the hash-tag #weday and more. How do you like them apples?

The site will also have Free The Children guest bloggers such as Spencer West, Robin Wiszowaty, Erin Nairismagi and Kate Bruce-Lockhart. The events are being taped as part of a CTV special called CTV PRESENTS: WE DAY 2010. Broadcast details will be announced soon.

I am including below the updated We Day 2010 line-up.

Toronto (streaming Thursday, September 30, 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. ET)
  • Alexandre Bilodeau – Canada’s first Olympian to win gold on home turf
  • Betty Williams – Nobel peace laureate, author and activist
  • Cast members from DEGRASSI
  • Cast of MTV’s hit TV series – THE BURIED LIFE 
  • Cherie Blair – Wife of former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair, and best-selling author
  • Craig & Marc Kielburger – Co-Founders of international children’s charity, Free The Children
  • Deepak Chopra – Bestselling author, renowned speaker, physician and media personality
  • Down With Webster – Toronto’s hottest seven member pop rock/hip hop band
  • Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish – Author and peace activist
  • Greyson Chance – 13-year-old singer, songwriter, pianist and YouTube phenom
  • Jacob Hoggard – Lead singer for Hedley, multi-platinum recording artists
  • K'naan – Internationally celebrated Canadian poet, rapper and musician
  • Michel Chikwanine – Former child soldier and Me to We motivational speaker
  • Rocky Dawuni - Ghana’s international music star
  • Scott Hammell – Magician and Me to We motivational speaker
  • Spencer West – Me to We motivational speaker
  • Wangari Maathai – Green Belt movement founder and Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Vancouver (streaming Friday, October 15, 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. PT)
  • Former U.S. Vice-President Al Gore – author and Nobel Laureate
  • Barenaked Ladies – Multi-award winning and iconic Canadian rock band
  • Colbie Caillat – American pop and country singer-songwriter
  • Craig & Marc Kielburger – Co-Founders of Free The Children and international
  • children’s rights activists
  • Ethan Zohn – Winner of the hit TV show SURVIVOR, co-founder of Grassroot Soccer and motivational speaker
  • Hedley – Multi-platinum recording artists
  • Martin Sheen – Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor and activist
  • Michel Chikwanine – Former child soldier and Me to We motivational speaker
  • Philippe Cousteau – Chief Ocean Correspondent for Animal Planet and Planet Green, and co-founder of EarthEcho
  • Reverend Jesse L. Jackson Sr. – civil rights leader and politician
  • Rick Hansen – Canadian athlete, activist and six time Paralympian
  • Robin Wiszowaty – Author of My Maasai Life: From Suburbia to Savannah and community development worker
  • Scott Hammell – Magician and Me to We motivational speaker
  • Spencer West – Me to We motivational speaker

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