Tuesday July 25, 2017

Irish Commemorative Stone

  • Irish Walk to the Rock


    The St. Patrick’s parade isn’t the only time of year when Irish pride takes to Montreal streets.

    Each year, on the last Sunday in May, the Irish community walks one kilometer from St. Gabriel’s Church in Point St. Charles to the black rock near the St. Lawrence River. One of the oldest monuments in Montreal, the rock commemorates the city’s Irish Catholic identity.

  • The Irish Remembered


    Plans were announced Sunday for a $25 million park and interpretive centre that would tell the story of the famine Irish experience in Montreal in 1847.   

    Victor Boyle, the National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, made the announcement during the annual Walk to the Stone on Bridge Street.

    The Montreal Irish Monument Park Foundation Program is to be one of four famine commemorative projects undertaken in Canada.  

Last Night at the Gayete


By Deborah Rankin

The Centaur Theatre's 2015-2016 season is drawing to a close with its final production of Last Night at the Gayety, a musical comedy by Bowser & Blue which runs until May 22nd.

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Paul Donovan walks the Camino Ignatiano

Follow former Loyola High School principal, Paul Donovan, as he walks the famous 700km Camino Ignatiano.



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