On Friday, October 17, the magic begins again. Join the thousands of youth across Canada who will be participating in National Me to We Day, a one-of-a-kind event organized by Free The Children.

Held at Toronto's Ricoh Coliseum, over 8000 youth will come together to celebrate in the power of young people to change the lives of others. Thousands more will watch online the day unfold live. Featuring an incredible line-up of speakers, musicians and activists this energy-packed day will be an experience like no other. This event will encourage, inspire and educate in an action packed day that is not to be missed.

Speakers and performers include:

- Mia Farrow, actress and activist

- Ben Mulroney, host of eTalk

- Tanya Kim, host of eTalk

- Justin Trudeau, social advocate

- Craig and Marc Kielburger, founders and directors of Free The Children

- Nate Berkus, celebrity designer

- Jessi Cruickshank, host of MTV live and The Hills after-show

- Cast of Degrassi: The Next Generation

- Dalton McGuinty, Premier of Ontario

- Sol Guy, host of 4Real

- Spencer West, motivational speaker

- John Turner, former Prime Minister of Canada

- Michel Chikwanine, former child soldier

- Farley Flex, celebrity judge of Canadian Idol

- Hannah Endicott-Douglas, actress on Anne of Green Gables

With special musical performances by:

- Sarah McLachlan

- Louise Kent

- Crash Parallel

- The Four Tenors

- Theo Thames, Season Six Canadian Idol winner