List of Canadian ambassadors to Algeria

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List of Canadian ambassadors to Algeria, full title Canadian Ambassador to Algeria with the rank and status of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Permanent Representative. Diplomatic recognition of the Algerian regime by Canada came in July 1962. Ross Campbell was appointed as Canada's first Ambassador to Yugoslavia, concurrently accredited as Ambassador to Algeria and resident in Yugoslavia.

Ambassador Start of Term End of Term
Ross Campbell October 18, 1965 February 10, 1967
René Garneau[1] December 8, 1966 May 10, 1968
James Alan Roberts October 31, 1968 November 26, 1971
Christian Hardy[2] July 8, 1971 August 13, 1973
Robert L. Elliott July 12, 1973 July 12, 1976
Pierre Edgar Joseph Charpentier September 8, 1976 July 5, 1978
Joseph Raymond Roy June 15, 1978 July 31, 1980
Louis André Delvoie July 10, 1980 -
Paul-Eugène Laberge September 22, 1982 -
François P. Pouliot June 27, 1985 September 30, 1987
Gilles Mathieu November 26, 1987 June 7, 1990
Marc C. Lemieux 1990 August 12, 1993
Michel Perreault December 15, 1993 -
Jacques Noiseux May 3, 1995 August 25, 1997
Franco Pillarella July 10, 1997 -
Richard Belliveau 2000 -
Robert W. Peck August 9, 2004 December 21, 2007
Patrick Parisot December 21, 2007 present

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mr. Garneau's appointment marked the change in residency of the Canadian Ambassador from Yugoslavia to Switzerland. Henceforth, the Ambassador to Switzerland was concurrently accredited as Ambassador to Algeria, resident in Switzerland.
  2. ^ An Embassy was established in Algeria in November 1971. Mr. Hardy became the first resident Ambassador to Algeria