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April 27, 2021

Fanclubwallet – Live Shows (U.S)

Fanclubwallet is a musical project fronted by Ontario’s Hannah Judge. After spending years quietly making music for only her ears to hear and hoarding children’s keyboards, she is finally releasing her own tunes (for the worlds ears to hear). You can see Fanclubwallet live in cities across the U.S.

La Bronze
March 20, 7:00 pm ET
The Consulate General of Canada to the Southeast United States thanks its partners Francophonie Atlanta, Consulate General of Canada in Miami, Consulate General of Canada in Dallas, and Quebec Government Office in Atlanta, as they look forward to a concert on International Francophonie Day, March 20 at 7 p.m. ET by Canadian singer-songwriter Nadia Essadiqi who performs globally as La Bronze. The Quebec artist with Moroccan origins is the reflection of an uninhibited, beautiful and fierce generation. Her music presents a rich and contrasting mix of alternative pop, with electronic and rock influences.  Free registration:

ONLINE SCREENING + Ciné canapé “Language is a love story”
March 23, 2022, 7:30 pm ET
Virtual Event

Join the Alliance Francaise of San Francisco for a special “Celebrate Francophonie” virtual film screening of the film “Language is a love story” (original title: “La langue est donc une histoire d’amour” – Canadian production). The program is co-hosted with the Consulate General of Luxembourg in San Francisco, Consulate General of Switzerland in San Francisco, Wallonia Export & Investment Agency, Consulate General of Canada of San Francisco, and Quebec delegation in Los Angeles.

Women AI Leaders Empowered for a Data Economy
March 25, 2022, 2:00 pm ET
Virtual Event

Data applications like Artificial Intelligence (AI) are influencing multiple facets of our lives. Through Global Pulse Policy, the United Nations is leading efforts to develop data privacy frameworks for the ethical use of artificial intelligence. It is imperative to have gender equality in the A.I. domain. Women AI leaders have an extensive role to play in this data economy. This panel discussion supported by the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco will focus on the challenges faced by Women AI leaders in the male-dominant data space and explore avenues to mitigate those challenges through collaborative partnerships and a supportive ecosystem to build a sustainable data economy.