- What’s On
- Ireland Park
A commemoration of Irish Famine Migrants who arrived in Toronto.
- Grasett Park
Honouring selfless Canadians who came to aid of Irish Famine Migrants
- The Corleck
A venue for arts, culture and heritage – Opening 2024.
- Miotas/Myth Exhibition
- Duffy Heritage Homestead
- Famine Migrant Stories
- Ireland Park
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- About Us
The Corleck Opening 2024
A new venue for arts, culture and heritage on Toronto's waterfront.Learn More
Canada Ireland Foundation is dedicated to celebrating the story of the Irish in Canada.
Our Foundation has built and maintains public spaces for the community to learn about our collective history. The Foundation also presents a broad range of contemporary arts, cultural and heritage programming throughout the year, and aims to foster collaboration and engagement between the people of Ireland, the Irish Diaspora in Canada and the many diverse cultures that enrich our communities.
Networking event for Toronto-based professionals, artists and entrepreneurs with Irish accents, heritages and interests
The Humours of Bandon
An award-winning one-woman coming-of-age play.
Your contribution helps the Foundation to create meaningful programmes, undertake new research and host events that celebrate the stories of the Irish in Canada. We thank you for your gift and for supporting our mission.
Explore Our Projects
A commemoration of Irish Famine migrants on Toronto's waterfront.
Honouring caregivers who perished while assisting newly arriving Famine migrants.
From art exhibitions to historical research, there are endless ways to explore Irish-Canadian culture and heritage.
Our Foundation depends on the support of dedicated volunteers. Whether it’s helping at an event, serving on a committee or assisting with research, we welcome your contributions. If you are interested in volunteering, get in touch with our team.