Canada has an resident embassy in Manila while the Philippines has a resident embassy in Ottawa. Canada also maintains a consulate in Cebu City. The Philippines also maintains two consulate general in Toronto and Vancouver and honorary consulates in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, St, John's, Halifax and Charlottetown. 
In 2012, Canadian exports to the Philippines were (CAD) $527.9 million, while exports to Canada from the Philippines were valued at $991.2 million. Canada buys many agriucture related foods from the Philippines.
Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, together with a business delegate visited the Philippines in 1997. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper also made a state visit to the Philippines from November 9–11, 2012.
Filipinos in Canada
As of 2012, there are about 800,000 people, originating from the Philippines, residing in Canada. Filipinos account for the majority of incoming immigrants to Canada. The Philippines has also become the largest source of temporary workers. Filipinos are the third largest minority in Canada, behind Indians and the Chinese.
Canadians in the Philippines
As of 2013, There are about 7,500 Canadians in the Philippines.
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