Canadian Embassies


Canadian Embassies, Consulates High Commissions

Canada has diplomatic and consular offices in over 260 locations in approximately 150 foreign countries.

Embassies are offices located in the capital cities of other countries and generally offer the full range of services, including consular services.

High commissions are the same as embassies but are located in the capital cities of Commonwealth countries (ie) London and Canberra are high commissions.

Permanent missions are offices located in international organizations and do not provide consular services to Canadians except for the Permanent Mission of Canada to the United Nations, Conference on Disarmament and the World Trade Organization in Geneva.

Consulates general are offices located in major but not capital cities and offer the full range of consular services (ie) Los Angeles and Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Consulates do not offer the full range of consular services.

Consulates headed by honorary consuls includes 100 offices headed by persons who are designated as an honorary consul in accordance with the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations. These offices are located in both capital and non-capital cities. Most but not all provide consular services.

Canada has offices that are designated as "Office of the Canadian Embassy" or "Office of the High Commission," depending on the nature of the supervising mission. These offices are established for specific work in support of Canada's foreign aid program and usually include a Canada-based development officer and provide limited consular services.

Link to Department of Foreign Affairs - Canadian government Offices Abroad

Links to Overseas Canadian Embassies, Consulates and High Commissions

Kabul, Afghanistan - Algiers, Algeria - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Canberra, Australia - Vienna, Austria - Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bridgetown, Barbados - Brussels, Belgium - Brasilia, Brazil - Darussalam, Brunei - Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso - Santiago, Chile - Beijing, China - Bogota, Colombia - San Jose, Costa Rica - Abidjan, Côte D'Ivoire - Zagreb, Croatia - Havana, Cuba - Prague, Czech Republic - Copenhagen, Denmark - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Quito, Ecuador - Cairo, Egypt - San Salvador, El Salvador - Tallinn, Estonia - Helsinki, Finland - Paris, France - Berlin, Germany - Athens, Greece - Guatemala City, Guatemala - Georgetown, Guyana - Port-au-Prince, Haiti - Budapest, Hungary - Reykjavik, Iceland - New Delhi, India - Jakarta, Indonesia - Tehran, Iran - Dublin, Ireland Tel Aviv, Israel Rome, Italy - Kingston, Jamaica Tokyo, Japan - Amman, Jordan - Astana, Kazakhstan - Nairobi, Kenya - Seoul, Republic of Korea - Kuwait City, Kuwait - Riga, Latvia - Beirut, Lebanon - Luxembourg, Luxembourg - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Bamako, Mali - Mexico City, DF, Mexico - Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - Agdal-Rabat, Morocco - The Hague, Netherlands - Wellington, New Zealand - Lagos, Nigeria - Oslo, Norway - Islamabad,Pakistan - Panama City, Panama - Lima, Peru - Manila, Philippines - Warsaw, Poland - Lisbon, Portugal - Bucharest, Romania - Moscow, Russia - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - Dakar, Senegal - Belgrade, Serbia - Singapore, Singapore - Pretoria, South Africa - Madrid, Spain - Colombo, Sri Lanka - Stockholm, Sweden - Bern, Switzerland - Damascus, Syria - Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - Bangkok, Thailand - Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago - Tunis-Belvedere, Tunisia - Ankara, Turkey - Kyiv, Ukraine Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - London, United Kingdom - Washington, USA - Montevideo, Uruguay - Caracas, Venezuela - Hanoi, Vietnam - Lusaka, Zambia - Harare, Zimbabwe -

Link to: Government of Canada Embassies and consulates by destination

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