Welcome to the Irish Radio Canada Website. We are proud to share our Internet Radio Station. In 2005 we commenced On-Air broadcasting with CHIN 97.9FM producing and presenting The Gaelic Hour as a weekly show. in Sept 2016 we launched this new format. You can now enjoy a selection of music every day and we will be able to expand on the number of hours of interviews, as time goes on. I would like to encourage you to submit your music selection and hopefully I can find what you like in my library. The Archives section of the site will continue to provide access to the Gaelic Hour shows since 2006. Twitter, Facebook page and group will become more relevant in communicating and I hope to increase the use of Instagram as time goes on. If you have some suggestions, please visit the contact page and send on your ideas. The 11 years on air have been fun, but the effort in raising the large sum required to buy the time has become more onerous and the online station offers the opportunity to increase content and reduce costs. You can listen to the station using a variety of tools. The player on this page may be the simplest. The links below provide additional choices of players. Also, you can use your Smart Speaker to ask Alexa or Google for "Irish Radio Canada from TuneIn" I hope you enjoy and continue to listen.
Irish Radio Canada
Every effort is made to be as accurate as possible in crediting artists etc. and should there be any inaccuracies, please contact us so we can correct.
We particularly welcome and invite new , as well as established artists to submit their music for inclusion in the playlists.
We hope you enjoy.
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John Boylan, Jim Watson, Grant Vogl, Sean Kealey, Sean McKenney
Annual Celtic Cross Commemoration John Boylan, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Ireland , Canada; His Worship, Jim Watson, Mayor of Ottawa; Grant Vogl Senior Manager Collections and Exhibitions, Bytown Museum; Sean Kealey, President, Irish Society of the National Capital Region; Sean McKenny President, Ottawa & District Labour Council honour the Irish and other workers that built the Rideau Canal 1826-1832, many who lost their lives, at the Annual Celtic Cross Commemoration.