A Rock to Remember

The Celtic cross, a stone cross with a ring surrounding its intersection marked by various Celtic designs and symbols, is what we normally see when we come across an Irish burial ground. But the burial ground that holds 6,000 Irish immigrants who traveled to Montreal...

Making Local News- The Montreal Times

As June 16th is slowly yet surely making its way, we are making some headlines in a few of the local newspapers. Check out Saturday’s The Montreal Times edition here (page 11) and read a little bit about this year’s Festival Bloomsday Montreal and what we...

Celebrating 100 Years of Rebellion

2016 marks the centenary of two important things in Ireland: the 1916 Easter Rising, and of course the publication of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by one of Ireland’s most influential writers, James Joyce. Yet if we look closely at the two very different...
The Globe as Joyce’s Stage

The Globe as Joyce’s Stage

Although Bloomsday is more known to be celebrated in Dublin, June 16th is actually commemorated in different corners of the world. From Hungary, to China and Australia, it is fair to say that Joyce and his work are praised, honoured and performed in their own unique...

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