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More than 4.4 million Canadians trace their roots to Ireland. Beginning with the development of Ireland Park, Canada Ireland Foundation has engaged with artists, historians and community leaders to create an ever-growing series of projects that celebrate and commemorate the rich history of the Irish Diaspora in Canada. From commemorative spaces to digital exhibitions, we invite you to explore and discover the Irish experience in Canada.
A commemoration of Irish Famine migrants on Toronto's waterfront.
Honouring caregivers who perished while assisting newly arriving Famine migrants.
Opening 2025. A new venue for arts, culture and heritage in Toronto.
Your contribution will help us create meaningful programs, tell impactful stories, produce unique research, and host events that celebrate the role of the Irish in Canada. We welcome you to join our generous community of supporters. Thank you for your gift and for supporting our vision.
Miotas / Myth
In the summer of 2021, the Foundation invited artists to take over The Corleck, prior to the start of the building's renovation.
Irish Famine Migrant Stories
Working with historians and descendants, our Foundation is collecting the stories of Famine migrants who came to Canada.
The Duffy Heritage Homestead – External Project
The Duffy Family is restoring the historic property near Bolton, Ontario, that their ancestors first settled in 1832, including the log house dating to the 1860s.
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