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The Digital Moose Lounge is a long-standing community of Canadians in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 

Our mission is to be the first point of contact for Canadian culture in the Bay Area. We partner with universities, government, and local organizations to help you build your social and professional network in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

 

Whether you're a recent arrival, longtime California resident, or just visiting, we hope you'll join our vibrant community of Canadians and Canada lovers!

 


  

We look forward to giving you a warm Canadian welcome to our group.

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What's New

Canadian Studies Monthly Lunchtime Colloquium

Canadian Studies Monthly Lunchtime Colloquium

6 Dec 2017 / 12:00PM

The third Canadian Studies Colloquium of the year will feature Prof. Patricia Bromley of Stanford University discussing National Identity Narratives in Canadian & American Textbooks, 1850-2010: Fact or Fiction?

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Canadian National Women's Hockey Team vs. USA

Canadian National Women's Hockey Team vs. USA

15 Dec 2017 / 7:00PM

The top women's hockey players in the world compete at  SAP Center as part of the official U.S. Olympic Exhibition before the teams meet in PyeongChang in February 2018 for the Winter Games! 

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The Red Violin screening with live score

The Red Violin screening with live score

8 Dec 2017 / 7:30PM

Canadian violinist Lara St. John, with the help of a live orchestra, performs the score at a screening of The Red Violin, an engaging film about an antique instrument made in Cremona, Italy. The story follows this violin’s odyssey from Europe to modern Montreal, tracing its path through four centuries and five countries and bringing ill fortune to all who play it. Can the curse be broken?

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