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John Boylan, Ellen MacIsaac, BrendanMcManus, Rosemary O'Brien, Jackie Gilna
Emerging from Covid in Ottawa

John Boylan is Deputy Head of Mission at the Irish Embassy in Ottawa and outlines some of the plans for re-engaging with the community post COVID.
Ellen MacIsaac is the Director of the Ottawa Celtic Choir.
The Ottawa Celtic Choir is a non-auditioned women's community choir that sings songs from the seven Celtic nations and from Canada.

The Ottawa Celtic Choir was established in 2008, and reflects a rich heritage of Celtic music in our community and our country.
We sing the music of the Celtic nations and diasporas, both accompanied and acapella, in English and in a variety of Celtic languages.

The OCC is a non-auditioned women's community choir. An ability to read music or speak one of the Celtic languages is not necessary to sing with us.

Éire Óg Ottawa Hurling Club was founded in 2012 with the goal of bringing the great game of hurling to the National Capital Region of Ottawa. The club started with a co-ed senior team that play against Montreal, Quebec City, Syracuse, Rochester, Halifax, Na Piarsaigh and Clan na Gael in various tournaments held in Montreal, Ottawa, Syracuse and the Eastern Canadian Championships alternates location every year. Brendan McManus gives an outline of upcoming post COVID activities.
Established in 2021, the James Joyce Association of Ottawa is the National Capital's one stop for everything Joyce. Our Joyce Junkies have been hosting Bloomsday events for 15+ years and look forward to bringing many more jaunts with Joyce to Ottawa!

Rosemary O'Brien talks about plans for a winter event.

Jackie Gilna, President of ICCCOTT outlines the pland for a Whiskey Tasting evening and also some other plans that are underway.
ICCCOTT, in cooperation with the Ireland-Canada Chambers and Centres of Commerce in Toronto, Calgary, Montreal and Vancouver, is the national voice in our nation’s capital, Ottawa, promoting bilateral trade between the two countries and facilitating access to a broad cross-section of relevant contacts.

ICCCOTT uniquely includes programs that focus on sports, culture, and education as they relate to economic growth and provides networking events with high-profile speakers. Additionally, we represent members’ business views before the Irish-Canadian governments in Dublin and Ottawa.