Embassy of Ireland: Annual Report
Our community involvement includes: a $100,000 contribution to Ireland Park, support for the Eamonn O’Loughlin Irish Canadian Immigration Centre, and further assistance for new arrivals through networking opportunities, mentorships, and subsidized memberships.
We serve as our membership’s voice in the business community in the GTA and Ireland. We have strong relationships with the Canadian government through the Canada-Ireland Interparliamentary Group; the Irish government through the Embassy of Ireland Ottawa, Enterprise Ireland, Tourism Ireland, Invest Northern Ireland, and the IDA; and with European Chambers in Canada through EUCCAN.
Our networking events are ideal for business and socializing. Whether you are a new arrival; have been here for years; are 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th generation Irish-Canadian; or are just interested in networking with our members, we are pleased to provide the venue for connecting the dots.
Embassy Update August saw the Embassy welcome our new Second Secretary, Sally Bourne. Sally brings a wealth of experience from her previous role in the
1. Security Council tenure 2021/22 Ireland began its two-year term on the UN Security Council on 1 January 2021, having been elected by the UN
Government agrees initiatives to further enhance Ireland’s global influence Press release 27 July 2021 Today the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney TD, presented a