Welcome To The Digital Moose Lounge

The Canadian Connection in SF Bay Area


Who we are

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

Our mission is to facilitate meaningful connections with our members and partners, and gather over Canadian culture to deliver social impact to our local community.

Whether you're a recent arrival, longtime California resident, or visitor, we hope you'll join us.

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

Augies Canada Day 2021

Upcoming Events

  • Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner
    Sat, Oct 08
    UC Berkeley Campus
    Oct 08, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    UC Berkeley Campus, Berkeley, CA, USA
    Come celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving with the DML! We will be hosting our annual dinner with Berkeley Canadian Studies on campus, at the Clark Kerr Building.
  • Book Launch: Tales of a Professional Canadian in America
    Sun, Oct 16
    Linden Tree Books, Los Altos
    Oct 16, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
    Linden Tree Books, Los Altos, 265 State St, Los Altos, CA 94022, USA
    David Stewart has published a wonderful memoir about immigrant & national identity, cultural misunderstandings, and belonging in the modern world.
  • Leafs vs Sharks Hockey Game
    Thu, Oct 27
    SAP Center
    Oct 27, 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM
    SAP Center, 525 W Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95113, USA
    Enjoy the Leafs vs Sharks in the Penthouse Suite with fellow Canadians. Price includes admission, dinner and 2 drink tickets.
  • Chesterfield Chat
    November TBC
    Mountain View, CA, USA
    November TBC
    Mountain View, CA, USA
    The Future of Work

Ask a Canadian


Why our community loves DML!

I love DML's panels and Chesterfield Chats! They are informative and bring in excellent speakers. It was my first event and I will definitely be coming to more.

DML is my family away from home. Kudos to The Board who always come up with the most thoughtful, inclusive and fun events, both online and in-person.

DML has a very friendly community and was really helpful after I moved to the Bay Area ... I met my husband at their Canada Day Picnic!