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News for Canadians in the Bay Area

From one of our fellow Canadian organizations in the Bay Area.


Good news to start 2019! The Supreme Court of Canada guarantees voting rights for expats, Canadian air traffic controllers buy pizza for U.S. ATC workers unpaid during the government shutdown, and La Poutine week begins Feb 1st. Got some Canadian news to share?

Share your news tips @digitalmoose on Facebook or Tweet @fromthemoose.​

PLUS find out what’s coming up for local Canadians in February:

  • Only until February 3rdVolta extended in SF before heading to San Jose, plus, Come From Away ends. If you can’t get last minute cheap tix, check out our DML discount.
  • 7th to 10th: Sugar Sammy live (comedy)
  • 12th: Canadian Intern event
  • 12th: Pub Trivia Night (Canadian table!)
  • 16th: Canucks vs. Sharks
  • ​26th: Happy Hour in the Mission
  • 26th: 2019 Cross-Border Estate, Tax and Investment Wealth Management Panel Discussion
  • 27th: Consul General Rana Sarkar speaking at annual International Trade lunch

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Canadians move to the Bay Area at all different stages and so the DML is committed to uncovering good resources for newcomers, and not-so-newcomers. It’s amazing how much information is out there, and how much support and connectivity we can find in our local Canadian community. So, in our second Blog profile you’ll meet Sarah Mitchell,baby-whisperer and co-founder of Canadian Moms in Silicon Valley Facebook Group, who is one of those awesome people connecting Canadians locally.

Join the herd

We need volunteers for Digital Moose Lounge events this year. If you think you might like to co-lead or help out on the day of events like Canada Day or Thanksgiving Dinner, email us or contact our Board of Directors.

Bring us your Canadian spirit!

Saturday, Feb 16th: Hockey Night in San JoseJoin the Digital Moose Lounge and our partner, BC Trade, on Saturday, Feb 16th, as we cheer on the Vancouver Canucks vs. the San Jose Sharks! DML ticket holders who show up early will meet Doug Wilson, GM of the Sharks, and then hang out in the “Veranda” area before and during the game to mix and mingle with the group. Your ticket includes access to a private DML balcony, dinner and 2 drink tickets at our private bar.

More information>>


Then… coming up in March: Join our friends at Québécois en Californie – Bay Area as they host fans for the Canadiens vs. Sharks game on March 7th.

More upcoming events
in the community…

Last chance! Show ends on Sunday, Feb 3rd!
Still looking for tickets? Digital Moose Lounge members get 10% to 25% off tickets* using the discount code “DML.”More information>>

* Saturday evening and matinee shows not eligible for discount

Cirque du Soleil’s Volta
If you miss it in San Francisco (last performance is Feb 3), you can catch it in San Jose starting on Feb 13th.

Energetic, urban and contemporary, VOLTA is a captivating voyage of discovery that showcases never-before-seen under the Big Top acrobatics in a visually striking world.

More information>>

Mouthpiece
Jan 31st to Feb 2nd (Stanford)
March 22 to 24th (Berkeley)

Don’t miss this talented performance (from Toronto!) coming to both Stanford and Berkeley! Created and performed by Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava.

A two-woman show acclaimed for its raw honesty and insightful portrayal of womanhood, Mouthpiece follows a woman over the course of a day, as she struggles to find her voice and contend with the formidable shadow cast by her mother.

Stanford shows (Jan 31st to Feb 2nd): More information>>

Berkeley shows (March 22nd to 24th): More information>>

Feb 7th to 10th

Sugar Sammy, a world-renowned, Canadian, stand-up comedian who has performed over 1600 shows in 31 countries in English, French, Hindi and Punjabi, is touring the U.S. once again.

The New York Times calls him “A fearless comic with a talent for provoking both laughter and outrage”.

Sugar Sammy is a charismatic provocateur who seamlessly hits on cultural, social and political themes with great charm and finesse.

More information>>

Tuesday, Feb 12thCalling all Bay Area Canadian Co-op students/interns! Join the C100 and guest speaker, Ashish Fernandez (Program Manager, Google) at this free event for co-op/intern students from all universities in Canada.

More information>>

Feb 12th & 26th: San Francisco Expat Canadian Meetup Group
Tues, Feb 12th: Pub Trivia night
Tues, Feb 26th: Happy Hour in the Mission

Pub Trivia Night  (Feb 12th)
Brought to you by Brainstormers trivia. Bar Basic has a great happy hour running from 4-9 PM with $5 drafts and $6 martinis. Join us for a fun night of pub trivia and get to know fellow Canadians in the Bay area.
More information>>

Happy Hour in the Mission (Feb 26th)
Wear your Canadian adornments and join the Meetup to kick-off 2019 together.
More information>>

Tuesday, Feb 26th

Join host Wayne Baxter of One Capital Management for our 2019 Cross-Border Estate, Tax and Investment Wealth Management and our panel of experts. Get answers to your Estate, Tax, Investment and Wealth Management questions.

More information>>

Wednesday, Feb 27th
Hayward Chamber of Commerce will host Canadian Consul General Rana Sarkar at their annual International Trade lunch. Did you know:

  • There are 784 Canadian-owned businesses in California, employing more than 72,000 people statewide.
  • Canadian trade and investment supports 1,166,100 jobs in California.
  • Canada sells more to California than it sells to China.

Get your tickets! More information>>

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Canadian happenings in the Bay Area

From one of our fellow Canadian organizations in the Bay area.


Are you new to California? “…there is a community feel in a lot of neighborhoods so be a little brave and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised as to how warm and kind the majority of Americans are,” says Sayona Kahnamooei Freeman. Read our Blog and meet Sayona!

PLUS find out what’s happening in the region.

Saturday, Dec 1st – Film Screening: Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer
Tuesday, Dec 4th – Networking: Canadian Intern Event

What about 2019?!
Jan 8th-23rd – Theatre: Come From Away (discount!)
Saturday, Feb 16th – Hockey: Canucks play the Sharks!
Thursday, March 7th – Hockey: Canadiens play the Sharks!


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Canadian Profiles: Sayona 

We are thrilled to introduce a new series on our DML Blog featuring Canadians from the Bay Area Canadian community. Recent transplant (Toronto to San Jose) and DML volunteer, Dorin Greenwood, took it upon herself to meet some fascinating Canadians and will be sharing their stories on our Blog. The first one, featuring Sayona Kahnamooei Freeman is now posted.


New York Times: The Canada Letter
What SHOULD Canada do about 24 Sussex Dr.?


Digital Moosers cheer on the Leafs and the Sharks
Close to 100 folks gathered recently to watch the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the San Jose Sharks. The Leafs won, and everyone had a great time perched above one of the goal ends in their VIP seats. Mike Wilson, the Ultimate Leafs Fan even stopped by to share some stories and gather new ones. Check out the pictures on our Facebook album.


Looking ahead… Canadian talent alert
Halifax’s Ben Kaplan – Folk Musician – performs at the Bing Concert Hall (Stanford) onMarch 16, 2019.


OCM’s Quarterly Folio
One Capital Management’s Autumn Folio highlights the Free Trade agreement between The United States, Canada and Mexico as well as a look back of the how we got here.(Sponsored content).

More upcoming events
in the community…

Saturday, Dec 1st

Awesometown Entertainment of Toronto has produced a heart-warming Christmas animation about a horse that dreams of being one of Santa’s reindeer, and it’s coming to the Lark Theatre in Marin County! Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer features the all-star voice talent of Josh Hutcherson, Samantha Bee, Martin Short, Morena Baccarin, Jeff Dunham and John Cleese.

Tuesday, Dec 4th

Calling all Bay Area Canadian Co-op students/interns! Join the C100 and guest speaker, Ashish Fernandez (Program Manager, Google) at this free event for co-op/intern students from all universities in Canada.

More information>>

Jan 8th to Feb 3rd, 2019

Are you going to this Tony nominated musical, written by Canadians?! If so, and you’d like to connect with other DML members the night you are going, please comment on Facebook. If you are still looking for tickets or want to get more, Digital Moose Lounge members get 10% to 25% off tickets* using the discount code “DML.”

More information>>

* Saturday evening and matinee shows not eligible for discount

Saturday, Feb 16, 2019

Join the Digital Moose Lounge and BC Trade as we cheer on the Vancouver Canucks vs. the San Jose Sharks! DML ticket holders will hang out in the “Veranda” area before and during the game to mix and mingle with the group. Your ticket includes access to a private DML balcony, dinner and 2 drink tickets at our private bar.

More information>>


Then… coming up in March: Join our friends at Québécois en Californie – Bay Area as they host fans for the Canadiens vs. Sharks game on March 7th.


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Canadian happenings in the Bay Area

A newsletter from another Canadian organization in the Bay area.  We thank the Digital Moose Lounge for being supportive of our activities and remembrance events.


Just in time for the weekend!

Friday, Oct 19th – Book launch: Author Paul Myers, One Dumb Guy: Kids in the Hall
Saturday, Oct 20th – Volunteer to help the Royal Canadian Legion Clean Up Liberty Cemetery

Read more below, and watch your inbox for a DML exclusive discount to the award winning musical, Come From Away.

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Thanks!

To our fantastic DML volunteers, performers and our wonderful guests.
To our sponsors: BC Trade, One Capital Management, Univ. of Alberta, McGill.
To Air Canada for the grand prize (2 round trip tickets in North America) and other prize donations that made some folks very happy!

And, thank you to our partner, Berkeley Canadian Studies, for co-hosting the 2nd Annual Canadian Thanksgiving Family Dinner at Berkeley. 
(5% of ticket sales donated to the Alameda Food Bank!)

Photos (by Eric Ananmalay) from the event are now posted
on the Digital Moose Lounge Facebook page.

Thursday, Nov 15th
Just a few DML tickets left
to see the Leafs vs. Sharks!

Plus, get your tickets for Feb 16th when the Canucks play the Sharks!


More upcoming events
in the community…

Friday, Oct 19th

World premiere book launch:  Bay Area Canadian author Paul Myers’ new biography, One Dumb Guy: Kids in the Hall, joined by Dave Foley of Kids In The Hall. Plus, a screening of the 1996 KITH film, Brain Candy.More information>>

Saturday, Oct 20th
Royal Canadian Legion – Volunteer event

Volunteer: Help the Royal Canadian Legion Clean Up Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma!Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma is one of two final resting places of Canadian servicemen and servicewomen in the Bay Area that the Royal Canadian Legion US Branch 25 maintains.

Join members of the Legion and the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps Arkansas Division for a clean up and some minor repairs in advance of this year’s Remembrance Day service.

More information>>

Monday, Oct 29th

Idea Exchange: UCalgary President Elizabeth Cannon invites alumni, donors and friends to join her for her final official visit to San Francisco to explore how the university and its partners are leading life-saving research by focusing on technology first!Sign-up in advance.

More information>>

Tuesday, November 6th

CELS Meetup: Join CELS members and leadership at a monthly, informal meet-up for Canadian Life Science professionals to network with local colleagues.More information>>

 

Saturday, November 10th

The Royal Canadian Legion’s annual Remembrance Day CeremonyJoin this hour long ceremony starting at 10:30 a.m. at Liberty Cemetery in Petaluma. Please note that the ceremony is the day before Remembrance Day this year, due to the Festival of Remembrance (see below).

You can find out where to get poppies here.

Sunday, November 11th

The Festival of Remembrance: Finally, while not organized by the branch, the Royal Canadian Legion US Zone, Branch #25 always participates in the Festival of Remembrance that is hosted by the Royal British Legion.  This event occurs on the Sunday closest to Remembrance Day at 3:00pm in Grace Cathedral, 1100 California St, San Francisco, CA.

More information>>

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Poppy Campaign @ Digital Moose Lounge’s/Canadian Studies Program at Second Annual Thanksgiving

Here are some images that the Digital Moose Lounge and the Canadian Studies Program at UC Berkeley shared with us from their Second Annual Canadian Thanksgiving dinner yesterday evening.  This was the first event that distributed poppies at during our 2018 Poppy Campaign.

 

 

 

Poppy Campaign – First Unofficial Poppy to Rana Sarkar

As a part of the Second Annual Canadian Thanksgiving dinner, organized by the Digital Moose Lounge and the Canadian Studies Program at UC Berkeley, Poppy Chair Michael Barbour presents Rana Sarkar, Consul General for Canada in San Francisco, with the first official poppy of the 2018 Poppy Campaign.

Don’t miss Canada Day events across the Bay Area!

From one of our fellow Canadian-focused organizations in the Bay area.


Canada’s 151st birthday is around the corner, and this email update is loaded with Canadian celebrations and events.
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The DML co-hosts Canada Day 2018 with local Canadian partners. Mark you calendars! Friday, June 29th. #turnthemooseloose

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Upcoming Events

June 14: Women in Tech: Power and Money

Hosted By: Connection Silicon Valley

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Join us to celebrate the launch of the Canadian Women’s Network in Silicon Valley (being Canadian is not required 🙂

Have you ever thought about becoming an angel investor? Believe we have more power to change the landscape if we connect, collaborate, invest in and mentor one other?

Join us as we bring together women investors to talk about how we change the gender ratio in investing, as well as what we can do to better support female founders and women in decision making roles at startups.

Topic: Women. Power & Money – Perspectives from women investors — how more women can change the gender ratio in investing and support female founders

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Thursday, June 14  5:30 to 7:30 pm
San Francisco

To register>>

June 20: Blakes Partners Canada Day Celebration – DML Member invitation (San Francisco)

Hosted By: Blake, Cassels & Graydon, an international corporate law firm based in Canada.

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Invitation only event. Digital Moose Lounge registered members, watch your inbox for a direct invite.

NOTE: Space is limited, but if you miss this one, the DML is partnering on more fun… keep reading!

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Wednesday, June 20
San Francisco

June 21: Where UWaterloo Meets AI – Ethics (San Francisco)

Hosted By: University of Waterloo Alumni

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Join President and Vice Chancellor Feridun Hamdullahpur in San Francisco for an engaging and provocative panel discussion – Where UWaterloo meets AI – Ethics. This event features a panel of expert speakers sharing their knowledge and understanding in the field of ethics in artificial intelligence, followed by a Q&A discussion with the audience.

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Thursday, June 21  5:30 to 8:00 pm
San Francisco

To register>>

June 24: Fête Nationale du Québec @ Silicon Valley 2018 (Mountain View)

Hosted By: Québécois en Californie – Bay Area

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Venez fêter avec nous au pique-nique annuel de la St-Jean des Québécois à Silicon Valley!

Nous avons réservé quelques tables à picnic dans la section: “BBQ Group Area” à coté du stationnement (Crisanto Ave.). Pour nous trouver, cherchez le drapeau Québécois.

Plaisir garanti pour tous: la bière et le vin sont permis et il y a des structures de jeux pour enfants.

Nous avons accès à un BBQ pour notre groupe seulement, donc amenez vos briquette et accessoires nécessaires.

Une contribution de 5$ par famille est suggérée pour couvrir la réservation et le permis d’alcool.

Au plaisir de vous y voir! Portez du bleu !!

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June 24: SF Pride Parade 2018 – Friends of Canada and Mexico March (San Francisco)

Hosted By: Canadian and Mexican Consulates

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Dear Canadians and Friends of Canada,

Prime Minister Trudeau reaffirmed that no matter who we love or how we identify, all of us deserve to feel safe and secure, live free from discrimination and persecution, and express ourselves fully.

We must continue to fight against homophobia, transphobia, and biphobia, and to defend gender expression, gender identity and sexual orientation rights.  I am personally committed to fight hatred, honour love, and defend human rights for all.

It is in this spirit that I would like to invite you to join me to march together in the  San Francisco Pride parade on Sunday June 24th.

Please note the link here for the invitation/RSVP.  Please forward to your Canadian friends!

https://sfpride2018canadamexico.eventbrite.com

The march will begin around 11:00am, at the Embarcadero, and will end at San Francisco City Hall, at around 14:00.  Please join me, and together, we can build a world where all of us are free to be who we are and love who we love.

Dress comfortably, colourfully, bring your friends, family, your dogs…and your bottle of water.  The exact departure point will be communicated very soon – look for Canadian rainbow flags.

For the first time this year, we will be joining the Mexican Consulate as a demonstration of North American solidarity!

Looking forward to meeting you!

Rana Sarkar
Consul General
San Francisco

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Sunday, June 24
San Francisco

June 25 & 26: SFU Alumni + Friends Networking Receptions (Sunnyvale & San Francisco)

Hosted By: Simon Fraser University

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Join fellow alumni and friends for one – or the other – upcoming alumni receptions in the Bay Area!

On Monday, June 25th, we’re hosting a casual social at the Plug and Play Tech Center, in Sunnyvale.

Then, on Tuesday, June 26th,we’ll be in San Francisco at the Thirsty Bear for another casual social.

Chat with friends – old and new – over complimentary hors d’oeuvres and beverages. In addition, you’ll be treated to a short presentation by Dr. Angelica Lim, an AI Roboticist, an SFU alumnus and recently was featured in Forbes as one of the leading women in AI.

We’ll also have co-op students – our future alumni – in attendance. It’ll be a great opportunity to share your wisdom with them!

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Monday, June 25
Sunnyvale

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Tuesday, June 26
San Francisco

June 28: Annual Canada Day Celebration @ Kells (San Francisco)

Hosted By: San Francisco Expat Canadian Meetup Group

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Missed the 150th last year? Make up for it this year!! Look for Canadian flags, Smarties on tables or just follow the red and white crowd.

• Meetup starts at 5:00pm but join us anytime.
• Complimentary poutine and hotdogs provided by Kells
• Enjoy Canadian beer and spirits! Official selection TBA but usually includes Molson Canadian and Kokanee ON TAP and Labatt Blue in bottles; Fireball Cinnamon Whisky, Crown Royal, Canadian Club, etc.
• CanCon Music, lively atmosphere, singing the national anthem and lots of Canadians!

Honourary Canadians are welcome – bring your friends, family and coworkers!

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Thursday, June 28
San Francisco

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June 29: Canada Day Celebration (San Jose)

Hosted By: The DML and friends at GlobalNL and CELS

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Join us for a fun, family-friendly CANADA DAY celebration at The Brit Pub in downtown San Jose on Friday, June 29th. The DML, CELS and GlobalNL have partnered up to create this Canada Day celebration for everyone to enjoy!

  • Canadian specialties, such as Poutine available for purchase.
  • Enjoy Canadian beer, spirits, and soft drinks. Official selection TBA. (No host bar).

Be a keener – show your Red & White, wear your team jersey, provincial toque, university sweater, and work on your Molson muscle all while singing the National Anthem and sharing your stories and memories with those that get you most. Your fellow Canadians, and Canada-lovers. Bring your family and friends and colleagues to celebrate Canada’s 151st birthday!

Can’t make it? Hosting your own Canada Day party? Show us just how Canadian you are? Watch for our social media challenge by tracking hashtag #turnthemooseloose to win Canadian prizes.

About our partners:

Canadian Entrepreneurs in Life Sciences (CELS) community nurtures connections and knowledge to advance innovations on the path to commercialization. Learn more at https://www.cels-sfo.com/

Global NL connects the global community of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians in today’s borderless world. We promote relationships and mentorship amongst members, as well as NL affiliated companies and organizations. We also recognize the success of members, and champion Newfoundland and Labrador all over the world. Visit our website at https://www.globalnl.com/

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Friday, June 29th
San Jose

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News & Events in the Canadian Community

A newsletter from one of the other Bay area Canadian organizations.


It’s been awhile! Check out the latest blog post. And, the Chesterfield Chat on May 2ndPlus lots more great events for Canadians.
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DML Board members and Canadian friends brainstorming for 2018.
It’s been a while since the DML has sent a newsletter or posted a blog. We’re really sorry about that.

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Upcoming Events

April 29: From the Great North to the World: New Writing from Canada (Berkeley)

Hosted By: Bay Area Book Festival

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From the Great North to the World: New Writing from Canada
Heather O’Neill, Madeleine Thien, Katherena Vermette, moderated by Linda Spalding

Canadian writers have long graced lists of the most beloved and critically acclaimed authors anywhere (just think Margaret Atwood, Rohinton Mistry, Michael Ondaatje). Come discover three exceptional Canadian rising stars (who also happen to be women) who have flown to us to discuss their work, including the influence of national and personal histories on it. Don’t miss these brilliant new voices from up north.

With the support of the Consulate General of Canada, San Francisco / Silicon Valley

Venue: David Brower Center, Tamalpais Room
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley CA 94704

More information>>

April 29: Sundays with the St. Lawrence at Stanford

Hosted By: Stanford Live

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Returning to its roots, the St. Lawrence performs music by Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer, in addition to Haydn’s String Quartet in C Major, op. 33, no. 3, and Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Opus 15 Piano Quintet with longtime collaborator Stephen Prutsman.

More information>>

May 2: Chesterfield Chat (Palo Alto)

Hosted By: The Digital Moose Lounge

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The Digital Moose Lounge is pleased to present our upcoming Chesterfield Chat event, part of our new “Canadians Doing Good” series.

Hear our panel of local Canadians involved with immigrant legal services share their insights on how the current climate has affected their practice; what they have learned about our community; and how being Canadian has shaped their outlook.

Helen Beasley, from Oakville, Ontario, is a Managing Immigration Attorney at the Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto (CLSEPA) and an expert on Children’s Immigration law; Cristina dos Santos, from Bowen Island, BC, is a Senior Immigration Attorney at CLSEPA and an expert on Humanitarian Relief for immigrants. The panel will be moderated by David Stewart, a McGill Law alum and a Digital Moose Lounge board member and CLSEPA volunteer.

Thanks to our generous sponsors for this event: British Columbia Trade and Invest and McGill University. Also special thanks to Morrison & Foerster law firm for providing the space.

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May 3: DocLands Opening night “Anote’s Ark” (Marin)

Hosted By: CFI

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CFI launches the 2018 edition of DocLands with Montreal-based photographer/ethnologist Matthieu Rytz’s exquisitely shot feature, a real-time climate change story.

DocLands | DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL  |  MAY 3-6, 2018May 3, 7:00pm | SMITH RAFAEL FILM CENTER

Opening night film and party. IN PERSON Director Matthieu Rytz.

More information>>

 

May 3: Invitation for DML members! Edmonton, Alberta-Bay Area Trade Mission Networking Reception (Palo Alto) 

Hosted By: Edmonton, Alberta Bay Area Trade Mission

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At this event, you will be welcomed by the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco; Honourable Deron Bilous, Minister, Alberta Economic Development and Trade; His Worship, Mayor Don Iveson, City of Edmonton; more than 85 Edmonton Metro Region business and community leaders on the mission; Air Canada, Edmonton Global, and Edmonton International Airport.

DML members, this is your invitation!

May 15: uOttawa’s 2018 Top Start-up winners (San Francisco)

Hosted By: University of Ottawa
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uOttawa’s 2018 Top Start-ups are GameStrat, Transparent Kitchen and ZoomMate.

Information: alumni@uOttawa.ca | 1-800-465-1888

More information>>

uOttawa on the road – Engage locally, connect globally.

uOttawa on the road is a speaker series presented each year by the Alumni Association and our regional councils in twelve cities around the globe.

June 12: Barenaked Ladies kicks off summer concert series (Saratoga)

Hosted By: The Mountain Winery

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The Mountain Winery Announces 2018 Concert Series Tickets On Sale Now! 60th Concert Season includes performances by Tony Bennett, Pretenders, Daughtry, Steve Martin & Martin Short, Alanis Morisset, The Original Wailers, Melissa Etheridge, Boy George and Culture Club, Lyle Lovett And His Large Band, Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss, Norah Jones, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, O.A.R and more!

Purchase your tickets for the Barenaked Ladies Last Summer on Earth Tour tickets at the Mountain Winery 2018 Concert Season website.

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Tuesday, June 12  |  6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

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