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FAQs

Talk at the Top Jack Summit FAQ

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  • How did Talk at the Top get started? 

    Talk at the Top was founded in 2012 to honour the legacy of Owen Tucker, a North Shore resident diagnosed with bipolar disorder and OCD. In his short life, Owen was eternally positive and optimistic but his illness progressed and tragically he died by suicide at age 21 in 2011. Our promise to Owen – and others like him – is to create a brighter future for those struggling with their mental health.

  • When and where is Talk at the Top?

    Talk at the Top took place virtually this year, but typically takes place in The Observatory on Grouse Mountain. The one-day event is held in the fall months for young people in British Columbia! 

  • Will it cost me anything to attend?

    No. Thanks to our generous sponsors, the summit is free for all delegates. 

  • Who can apply to be a delegate and how are they chosen?

    All high school and postsecondary-aged young people (15-24) from across British Columbia are eligible. All delegates will be selected based on their application’s quality and their commitment to mental health advocacy. We are committed to diversity in our programming and will work to ensure a broad range of attendees.

  • What is the application deadline?

    Applications are now closed.

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