they came by ship, so there was a lot of diseases.
most went to the United States. Others went to Britian & Canada
About 48% of the colonies were Scottish and/or Irish so the majority fighting were Scottish and Irish.
In general, the Irish are treated respectfully today although there are still many issues between the Irish and the English in the UK. . In the past there were times when the Irish were treated badly, especially in the United States and the UK.
The Canada goose is named after a man with the last name of Canada. The Canada goose is a native bird of Canada and is an important role in Canada's tourism industry.
If when you say Irish, you mean Gaelic, then no.
Irish immigrants sailed to Canada as early as the 17th century. The Irish chose to leave Ireland due to the Great Famine that lasted from 1845 to 1852.
Irish people quite likely lived in Ireland before Canada. Also some came from America to Canada.
Tom Irish was born on January 21, 1932, in Canada.
In Scottish Gaelic: Canada In Irish Gaelic: Ceanada
they immigrated to the US and Canada
The Irish immigrated because they were in poverty and they barely had any food. They went to U.S.A or Canada.
Irish immigrants are going to Ireland, Irish emigrants are going to many places including America, Australia, Britain and Canada.
They helped create Canada. Some of our Fathers of Confederation were Irish, most famously DArcy Mcgee, our first politician to be assassinated by the Americans, or as they prefer by an American, actually they prefer if we say by an Irish man who just happened to be American but that is another answer. The Irish were also one of the groups that built the railways in Canada, including the railway to the West Coast. They have been traditionally been very supportive of independence from Britain and of minority rights in Canada.
While the term originated in the US, it generally is applied to Irish Nationalist or Irish Republicans.
Grinding poverty and British supresion of Catholics.