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List of diplomatic missions in Canada

 

List of diplomatic missions in Canada

Map of diplomatic missions in Canada

This is a list of diplomatic missions in Canada. At present, the capital city of Ottawa hosts 134 embassies/high commissions. Several other countries accredit their embassies and missions in the United States to Canada.[1]

This listing excludes honorary consulates.

Contents

  • Embassies/High Commissions 1
  • Missions 2
  • Consulates General/Consulates 3
    • Calgary 3.1
    • Halifax 3.2
    • Leamington 3.3
    • Mississauga 3.4
    • Moncton 3.5
    • Montreal 3.6
    • Quebec City 3.7
    • Toronto 3.8
    • Vancouver 3.9
    • Winnipeg 3.10
  • Accredited Embassies 4
  • Visa Offices 5
  • See also 6
  • External links 7
  • References 8

Embassies/High Commissions

Main article List of diplomatic missions in Ottawa
Ottawa

Missions

Consulates General/Consulates

Calgary

Halifax

Leamington

Mississauga

Moncton

Montreal

Quebec City

Toronto

Vancouver

Winnipeg

Accredited Embassies

Resident in Washington unless otherwise noted

Visa Offices

See also

Related articles

External links

  • Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Department of Protocol

References

  1. ^ "Heads of Missions". W01.international.gc.ca. 2009-10-27. Retrieved 2010-11-03. 
  2. ^ http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/colombia-opens-consulate-in-historic-nellie-mcclung-house-1.2416772
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