January 2020 Digital Moose Lounge Newsletter

A newsletter from a fellow Canadian organization in the Bay Area.


Happy New Year, Bay Area Canadians! A new year means new upcoming events and opportunities with a Canadian touch. Last chance to get your tickets for our first DML event of 2020 when the Canucks come to town to take on the Sharks! 
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Enjoy all the event details below (and always available on our website).

Got some Canadian news to share? Share your news tips on Facebook (@digitalmoose) or Twitter (@fromthemoose).

Canucks take on the Sharks 
Wednesday, January 29th, 2020
The Vancouver Canucks will visit San Jose for the final time this regular season for our first of two DML hockey events. Partnered with BC Trade and Invest, this DML package offers a private VIP pre-game happy hour, veranda tickets for the game with dinner and two drinks included.
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…then the Leafs are coming!
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
Time to get your LEAFS vs. SHARKS tickets! Join the DML for pre-game fun thanks to
our partners, RBC USA and the Canadian Consulate. Your VIP ticket will also have you cheering the teams on with friends, food and a few drinks.
More Information >>
Ask a Canadian: The hype around college
It’s hard not to notice the important role that post-secondary education plays in the United States. From getting a job to athletic events, “what’s your school?” is a familiar question. Trying to get into an American University isn’t an easy task either. Our board moose Hugh Morgan takes us back to school in our latest Ask a Canadian post.
Ask A Canadian: The hype around college.
Our social impact
A huge extra thank you to everyone who contributed to DML’s philanthropic efforts in 2019. As a group of Canadians who want to make a difference in our local communities, we selected the Second Harvest Food Bank and the Alameda Food Bank as the charities to benefit from our donations collected at our events. With your generosity, we raised over $600 for the Second Harvest Food Bank, surpassing the $500 raised last year, and collected more than 69 pounds of food. The food collected will provide 57 nutritious meals for those in need. For the Alameda Food Bank, we raised over $400 and collected 50 pounds of food. Have a charity you’d like to nominate for DML to benefit in 2020? Let us know at programs@digitalmooselounge.com.

Other upcoming events in the community…

SF expat MeetUp new year drinks
Feb 4 – Join the San Francisco Canadian Expat Meetup Group at the Wooden Nickel (SF) for some 2020 drinks. You can RSVP on the MeetUp page.
Raptors/Warriors rematch
March 5th – Start looking ahead to March! The Raptors will be in San Francisco for a rematch against the Golden State Warriors (sadly, without the indomitable Kawhi Leonard) after winning last year’s NBA Final. Get your tickets here.
C100: Canadians in Tech
March 23 – 6 pm to 8pm. C100 hosts monthly meetups in San Francisco/Palo Alto for Canadians visiting or living in the Bay Area to network with one another alongside C100’s staff, Charter Members and Partners. Save the date. More details to be shared in early March.
Canadian entertainment in the Bay Area
Multiple Dates – Canadian talent announcements:

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