Mayor of Montreal Valérie Plante met with representatives of the local Irish community to discuss their concerns about recognition.
Jessica Mulroney and Meghan Markle have been close friends for nearly a decade.
In "Lost Children of The Carricks," one Irish family's tragic journey to Canada during The Great Hunger illustrates how Canadian and Irish histories are intertwined.
Ireland's first head of government William T. Cosgrave visited the US and Canada in January 1928 to speak about Ireland's achievements.
Irish man Gary Holohan was reportedly driving the car that fatally struck a taxi in Vancouver on December 29.
Can you help? Seeking descendants of the 156 Irish “Primrose girls” who emigrated to Canada, in 1853.
Irish Canadian historian Donovan King is continuing to put the pressure on Mayor of Montreal Valérie Plante regarding the naming of the Griffintown light-rail station.
On Dec 1, 1859, the giant boulder, believed to be the headstone sitting about a 6,000-strong mass grave was erected below Victoria Bridge in Montreal.
Mayor Valérie Plante claims requests to consult with the Irish Montreal community, who want the Griffintown light rail station named for the Great Hunger victims buried close by, were meant to "stir up discord."
Hundreds of Famine-era Irish immigrants are believed to be buried in Montreal and now Irish Canadians are hoping to respectfully re-inter them nearby
The Irish rebel song that Conor McGregor loves to play before his fights
On This Day: Irish writer William Butler Yeats dies in 1939
Celtic Woman celebrates 15 years with massive American tour featuring special guest artist Chloë Agnew
Chicago cop tells of racism inflicted on Irish Famine women and children
First female genital mutilation conviction handed down in Ireland
No poor need apply - Trump to deny green cards to immigrants on benefits
The Celtic and Catholic traditions of St. Brigid and her cross
Refusal to accept Sinn Fein in Irish government complete hypocrisy
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Irish tourist attraction of the week: Trinity College in Dublin