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Membership information

Your Irish Association of Manitoba membership helps to support programs, special events and so much more.

  • Memberships run from October 1 to September 30 of each year..

  • For voting privileges at the Annual General Meetings you must be a member in good standing for 6 months prior to the AGM.

Membership fees:

  • Single   $25

  • Family  $50

Memberships can be purchased in the club at the bar or by filling the membership form and mailing or emailing it to the club. Payment can be made by cash, cheque, credit card, or e-transfer.

  • e-transfer o:

  • by cheque and mailing it to the Irish Association of Manitoba, 654 Erin St. Winnipeg, MB  R3G 2V9 

  • by credit card, by filling out the Credit Card Authorization form below and mail or email it with your membership form to

The Irish Association reserves the right to accept or refuse an application for membership.

Passports/citizenship information

  1.  Passports /Citizenship - the Embassy in Ottawa continues to deal with passport and citizenship issues. Further information can be found on their website and

  2. CAN assists Irish diaspora from across the island of Ireland. They provide services across all of Canada and many of their services are now provided online or by phone. They offer outreach and information, in 3 key areas below -

  3. For any queries about services in Ireland or returning to Ireland, the Citizens Information website is great and has lots of information -

Expansion of Passport Online Services

Passport Online has expanded its services and is now open to all applicants residing in Canada! This means, in addition to renewals, first time applicants can use the Passport Online tool to apply for their Irish passport (or renew their passport that was issued over 15 years ago). The expanded service includes both adult and children's applications. For information on how to apply, or to begin your application, please see:

Passport Online provides citizens with faster processing times and lower fees than the alternative paper route. The Passport Service recently resumed processing online applications and they aim to have the current backlog of onlie applications cleared within the next 6-8 weeks. The online service still remains the fastest way to apply for an Irish passport.

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