All you need is a copy of Ulysses and an open mind. The group meets twice monthly at the School of Canadian Irish Studies, Concordia.read more
Montreal’s Irish community is launching a campaign to establish the Gus O’Gorman Irish Language Scholarship to honour the central role Gus played in promoting Irish culture in Montreal for almost fifty years, and especially to acknowledge his passion in promoting the...read more
Champion and staunch supporter of Irish language and culture, Dr. Gus O’Gorman immediately came on board when David and I asked him about reviving the Bloomsday Festival here in Montreal in 2012. He and his friends had celebrated it for several years in Hurley’s Pub...read more
Dans le but de commémorer le centenaire de l’insurrection de Pâques 1916, l’Université de Montréal accueillera le public le jeudi 20 octobre à partir de 17h dans le locale C-2081 pour la diffusion d’un documentaire 1916 :The Irish Rebellion suivie de cocktails, et le...read more
The monument known as "the Black Rock," adjacent to an abandoned parking lot near the Victoria Bridge, inadequately serves to mark the graves of 6,000 Irish immigrants who lost their lives in The Great Famine (1846-47). In his introduction at the opening of the...read more
A few highlights from the just completed 5th Bloomsday Festival courtesy of the WestmountMag and Byron Toben. Thanks to all the performers and participants!...read more
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