Frequently Asked Questions
Who attends 6 Degrees Toronto?
Speakers and participants come from Canada and around the world. Generally, our speakers work on issues related to citizenship and inclusion. Our audience includes people from all walks of life.
When and where is 6 Degrees Toronto taking place?
6 Degrees Toronto is taking place from Monday, September 24 to Wednesday September, 26, 2018. We have three venues: TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, Art Gallery of Ontario, and The Great Hall.
Is your event accessible?
We are committed to ensuring equal access and participation for all people. We strive to provide events and services that are welcoming and accessible to everyone. Should you require an accommodation to better support your interactions with us, please contact us at +1 416 593-6998 ext. 223 or email@example.com.
Advance notice (4 to 6 weeks) may be required to accommodate alternate formats/communication support requests, due to supplier demand and scheduling.
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Are discounted tickets available?
In order to ensure an accessible and inclusive event, low-cost tickets are available. Please click here for details.
Are meals included in the ticket price?
Yes, breakfast and lunch are included in the ticket price for Tuesday at the AGO and Wednesday at the AGO.
Who organizes 6 Degrees Toronto?
6 Degrees Toronto is presented by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC), a national, non-profit charity co-founded and co-chaired by the Rt. Hon. Adrienne Clarkson and John Ralston Saul. Powered by a passionate and committed national network, the ICC delivers programs and special projects that inspire inclusion, create opportunities to connect, and encourage active citizenship.