The Eamonn O’Loghlin Irish Canadian Immigration Centre assists Irish diaspora from across the island of Ireland, offering outreach and information, nationally, in 3 key areas:
- Immigration System Navigation
- Employment Guidance and Resources
- Social Services Navigation
Look back with us on ten years of operations: Ten Year Report
Cathy Murphy, Executive Director
Pauline Moss, Administrative Assistant
Gillian Goulding, National Social Care Advisor
Rhonda McDowell, Career Resources Advisor
Dermot Muir, Chair
Michael Hanna, Treasurer
Gemma Healy-Murphy, Secretary
We’ll direct you to IRCC’s application forms. Ask us questions and we will endeavour to get you non-case-specific information. For in-depth assistance, if you choose to use a lawyer or immigration representative, IRCC can help you to understand what constitutes an authorized representative:
IRCC tips on how to avoid being a victim of fraud
We receive core funding from The Government of Ireland’s Emigrant Support Program, a tangible expression of the Government’s support of, commitment to, and interest in the global Irish community. Since 2012, we have received an annual grant from the Irish Cultural Society of Toronto and in-kind support from The Ireland Funds Canada. The unwavering support of these founding members, along with the ICCCTO and the Canadian GAA, emboldens our work. Visit our home page to see the many project and program supporters who partner with us throughout the year.
Eamonn O’Loghlin was chair of I/CAN from December 2011 to December 2012. He led the committee that founded the centre and lobbied the Irish government and Irish community organizations across Canada for start-up funding. I/CAN is a significant aspect of Eamonn’s far-reaching legacy—a legacy that will have a lasting and generative impact on this new wave of Irish immigrants to Canada.