List of state and official visits by Canada

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Countries visited by the Canadian head of state or royal or viceregal representatives thereof for state or official purposes

The following is a list of state and official visits made by Canada since the country's Confederation in 1867. These trips consist of either the Canadian monarch or a representative—the governor general, a lieutenant governor, or another member of the Royal Family—visiting a foreign country in an official capacity, either representing the Canadian people in a full state visit or simply in ceremonies related to Canada abroad. In some cases, such as royal weddings in the United Kingdom or D-Day commemoration ceremonies in France, the Canadian monarch and/or one or more other members of the Royal Family and the governor general will be present together.

Visits[edit]

1860s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
United States United States of America Governor General the Viscount Monck President Andrew Johnson Official[1]

1920s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
United States United States of America 1927 Governor General the Viscount Willingdon President Calvin Coolidge Official[1]

1930s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
 France 26 July 1936 King Edward VIII President Albert Lebrun Official[2][3][4]
United States United States of America 1937 Governor General the Lord Tweedsmuir President Franklin D. Roosevelt State[5]
United States United States of America 7–11 June 1939 King George VI President Franklin D. Roosevelt State[6][7][8]
 Belgium 1939 King George VI King Leopold III Official[9]

1940s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
United States United States of America 1947 Governor General the Viscount Alexander of Tunis President Harry S. Truman State[5][10]
 Brazil June 1948 Governor General the Viscount Alexander of Tunis President Eurico Gaspar Dutra State[5][10]

1950s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
United States United States of America 1951 Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh President Harry S. Truman Official[11][12]
United States United States of America 17 October 1957 Queen Elizabeth II President Dwight David Eisenhower State[8][13][14]
United States United States of America July 1959 Queen Elizabeth II President Dwight David Eisenhower State[8][15][16]

1980s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
 Norway June 1981 Governor General Edward Schreyer King Olav State[17]
 Sweden June 1981 Governor General Edward Schreyer King Carl XVI Gustaf State[17]
 Denmark June 1981 Governor General Edward Schreyer Queen Margrethe II State[17]
 Iceland June 1981 Governor General Edward Schreyer President Vigdís Finnbogadóttir State[17]
 West Germany 1982 Governor General Edward Schreyer President Karl Carstens State[18]
 Italy Governor General Jeanne Sauvé President Francesco Cossiga State[19]
  Vatican City Governor General Jeanne Sauvé Pope John Paul II State[19]
France France 6 June 1984 Queen Elizabeth II President François Mitterrand Official[20]
China China March 1987 Governor General Jeanne Sauvé President Li Xiannian State[19][21]
 Thailand 27 March-1 April 1987 Governor General Jeanne Sauvé King Bhumibol Adulyadej State[19][22][23]
France France Governor General Jeanne Sauvé President François Mitterrand State[19][22]
 Uruguay 1989 Governor General Jeanne Sauvé President Julio María Sanguinetti State[19][24]
Brazil Brazil 1989 Governor General Jeanne Sauvé President José Sarney State[19][24]

1990s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
 Portugal Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn State[24]
 Ukraine Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn President Leonid Kuchma State[25]
 Hungary Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn State[24]
France France 6 June 1994 Queen Elizabeth II
Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn
President François Mitterrand Official[20]
China China April 1994 Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn State[21][24]
 South Korea Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn State[24]
 Czech Republic 1996 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Václav Havel State[26]
 Netherlands 1996 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc Queen Beatrix State[26]
 Austria Governor General Roméo LeBlanc [24]
France France 1996 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Jacques Chirac Official[26]
France France 1997 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Jacques Chirac Official[26]
 Guyana 1997 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Sam Hinds Official[26]
 Mexico 1998 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Ernesto Zedillo Official[26]
Brazil Brazil 1998 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Fernando Henrique Cardoso Official[26]
 Argentina 1998 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Carlos Menem Official[26]
 Chile 1998 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle Official[26]
 India 1998 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President K. R. Narayanan State[26]
 Pakistan 1998 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Muhammad Rafiq Tarar State[26]
 United Arab Emirates 1998 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Official[26]
 Côte d'Ivoire 1999 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Henri Konan Bédié State[26]
 Tanzania 1999 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Benjamin Mkapa State[26]
 Mali 1999 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Alpha Oumar Konaré State[26]
 Morocco 1999 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc King Hassan II State[26]
 Senegal 1999 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc President Abdou Diouf Official[26]
Morocco Morocco 1999 Governor General Roméo LeBlanc King Mohammed VI Official[26]

2000s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
Argentina Argentina May 2001 Governor General Adrienne Clarkson President Fernando de la Rúa State[27]
Chile Chile May 2001 Governor General Adrienne Clarkson President Ricardo Lagos Escobar State[27]
 Germany 22–28 October 2001 Governor General Adrienne Clarkson President Johannes Rau State[28]
 Russia September 2003 Governor General Adrienne Clarkson President Vladimir Putin State[29]
 Finland 2003 Governor General Adrienne Clarkson President Tarja Halonen State[29]
Iceland Iceland October 2003 Governor General Adrienne Clarkson President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson State[29]
France France 6 June 2004 Queen Elizabeth II
Governor General Adrienne Clarkson
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
President Jacques Chirac Official[30][31]
France France 29–30 October 2005 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Jacques Chirac Official[32]
Italy Italy 24–27 February 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi Official[33]
Vatican City Vatican City 27 February 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean Pope Benedict XVI Official[33]
Chile Chile 11 March 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Michelle Bachelet Official[32]
 Algeria 19–22 November 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Abdelaziz Bouteflika State[34][35]
Mali Mali 22–27 November 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Amadou Toumani Touré State[34][35]
 Ghana 27 November-4 December 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President John Kufuor State[34][35]
 South Africa 4–9 December 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Thabo Mbeki State[34][35]
Morocco Morocco 9–11 December 2006 Governor General Michaëlle Jean King Mohammed VI Official[32][35]
 Afghanistan 8–10 March 2007 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Hamid Karzai Official[36]
France France 9 April 2007 Queen Elizabeth II Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin Official[4][37][38]
Belgium Belgium 14 April 2007 Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex King Albert II Official[39][40]
Belgium Belgium 12 July 2007 Queen Elizabeth II King Albert II Official [41]
Brazil Brazil 6–15 July 2007 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva State[42]
Argentina Argentina 8–12 December 2007 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Official[32]
France France 6–12 May 2008 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Nicolas Sarkozy Official[43]
Afghanistan Afghanistan 7–8 June 2008 Prince Andrew, Duke of York President Hamid Karzai Official[44][45]
China China August 2008 Lieutenant Governor David Onley President Hu Jintao Official[46]
 Hungary 24–26 November 2008 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President László Sólyom State[47]
 Slovakia 26–29 November 2008 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Ivan Gašparovič State[47]
Czech Republic Czech Republic 29 November-4 December 2008 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Václav Klaus State[47]
 Slovenia 3 December 2008 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Danilo Türk State[48]
 Haiti 15–18 January 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President René Préval Official[49]
 Liberia 7–8 March 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Official[50]
Ukraine Ukraine 23–26 April 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Viktor Yushchenko State[51]
Norway Norway 28–30 April 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean King Harald V State[51]
France France 6 June 2009 Prince Charles, Prince of Wales President Nicolas Sarkozy Official[citation needed]
Afghanistan Afghanistan 8–9 September 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Hamid Karzai Official[52]
Slovenia Slovenia 21–22 October 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Danilo Türk State[53]
 Croatia 23–27 October 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Stjepan Mesić State[53]
 Greece 29–31 October 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Karolos Papoulias State[53]
Mexico Mexico 6–9 December 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Felipe Calderón State[54]
 Guatemala 9–12 December 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Álvaro Colom State[55]
 Costa Rica 12–15 December 2009 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Óscar Arias State[56]

2010s[edit]

Visit to Date Representative Received by Type
Afghanistan Afghanistan 1 March 2010 Anne, Princess Royal President Hamid Karzai Official[57][58]
Haiti Haiti 8–10 March 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President René Préval Official[59]
 Dominican Republic 10 March 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Leonel Fernández Official[60]
Afghanistan Afghanistan 24 March 2010 Prince Charles, Prince of Wales Ambassador William Crosbie Official[58][61]
United Nations United Nations Headquarters 31 March 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Official[62]
Senegal Senegal 14–18 April 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Abdoulaye Wade State[63]
 Congo 18–20 April 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Joseph Kabila State[63]
 Rwanda 20–23 April 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Paul Kagame State[63]
 Cape Verde 23–24 April 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Pedro Pires Official[63]
China China 30 June-5 July 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Hu Jintao Official[64][65]
United Nations United Nations Headquarters 6 July 2010 Queen Elizabeth II Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Official[66]
Mexico Mexico 13–14 September 2010 Governor General Michaëlle Jean President Felipe Calderón Official[67]
 Kuwait 25–27 February 2011 Governor General David Johnston Emir Sabah IV State[68]
 Qatar 27 February-1 March 2011 Governor General David Johnston Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani State[68]
 United Kingdom 28–29 April 2011 Governor General David Johnston High Commissioner James R. Wright Official[69]
 Malaysia 13–16 November 2011 Governor General David Johnston King Mizan Zainal Abidin State[70]
 Vietnam 16–19 November 2011 Governor General David Johnston President Truong Tan Sang State[70]
 Singapore 19–22 November 2011 Governor General David Johnston President Tony Tan Keng Yam State[70]
Italy Italy 22 December 2011 Governor General David Johnston Official[71]
Czech Republic Czech Republic 23 December 2011 Governor General David Johnston President Václav Klaus Official[71][72]
Afghanistan Afghanistan 23–25 December 2011 Governor General David Johnston President Hamid Karzai Official[71]
France France 8 April 2012 Governor General David Johnston Official[73]
Belgium Belgium 8–10 April 2012 Governor General David Johnston Minister of Defence Pieter De Crem Official[73]
Brazil Brazil 22–28 April 2012 Governor General David Johnston President Dilma Rousseff Official[74]
Barbados Barbados 29–30 April 2012 Governor General David Johnston High Commissioner Ruth Archibald Working[74]
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 1–2 May 2012 Governor General David Johnston President George Maxwell Richards State[74]
United Kingdom United Kingdom 3–6 June 2012 Governor General David Johnston High Commissioner Gordon Campbell Official[75]
United Kingdom United Kingdom 25–30 July 2012 Governor General David Johnston High Commissioner Gordon Campbell Official[76]
Mexico Mexico 30 November-2 December 2012 Governor General David Johnston President Felipe Calderón/
President Enrique Peña Nieto
Working[77]
Peru Peru 2–5 December 2012 Governor General David Johnston President Ollanta Humala Official[77]
Guatemala Guatemala 5–7 December 2012 Governor General David Johnston President Otto Pérez Molina State[77]
South Korea South Korea 24–26 February 2013 Governor General David Johnson President Park Geun-hye Official[78]
Vatican City Vatican City 18–19 March 2013 Governor General David Johnston Pope Francis Official[79]
Netherlands Netherlands 29–30 April 2013 Governor General David Johnston King Willem-Alexander Official[80]
Ghana Ghana 13–16 May 2013 Governor General David Johnston President John Dramani Mahama State[81]
Botswana Botswana 16–19 May 2013 Governor General David Johnston President Ian Khama State[81]
South Africa South Africa 20–22 May 2013 Governor General David Johnston President Jacob Zuma State[81]
United States United States of America 28–29 May 2013 Governor General David Johnston Senator Stan Rosenberg Official[82]
China China 16–24 October 2013 Governor General David Johnston President Xi Jinping State[83]
 Mongolia 24–26 October 2013 Governor General David Johnston President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj State[84]
India India 22 February-1 March 2014 Governor General David Johnston President Pranab Mukherjee State[85]
 Poland 22-26 October 2014 Governor General David Johnston President Bronisław Komorowski State[86]
Netherlands Netherlands 26–27 October 2014 Governor General David Johnston King Willem-Alexander Official[86]
Belgium Belgium 27–29 October 2014 Governor General David Johnston King Philippe Official[86]
Chile Chile 29 November-3 December 2014 Governor General David Johnston President Michelle Bachelet State[87]
 Colombia 3-6 December 2014 Governor General David Johnston President Juan Manuel Santos State[87]

See also[edit]

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