Canada–Switzerland relations

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Canada-Swiss relations
Map indicating locations of Canada and Switzerland



Canada-Swiss relations are foreign relations between Canada and Switzerland. The first Swiss consulate opened in Montreal in 1875 and both countries established diplomatic relations in 1945. Canada has an embassy in Bern and a consulate in Geneva. Switzerland has an embassy in Ottawa, 3 consulates-general (in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver) and 4 consulates (in Calgary, Halifax, Quebec and Winnipeg). Both countries are full members of the Francophonie.

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