Embassy of the Netherlands, Ottawa

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Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ottawa
350 Albert.jpg
Constitution Square Tower II which houses the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Location Ottawa
Address 350 Albert Street
Ambassador Wim Geerts

The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ottawa is the Netherlands's primary diplomatic mission in Canada. It is located in Constitution Square Tower II, 350 Albert Street, suite 2020 in Ottawa.

The embassy has a political, economic and a consular section as well as a public diplomacy & cultural section. The embassy also has a military attaché. The embassy is involved in local activities, from Remembrance Day to consultancy on cycling issues.

The current Ambassdor of the Netherlands to Canada is Cees Kole. Kole previously served as ambassador for the Netherlands in Tehran, Iran and as Deputy Head of Mission in Paris, France.[1]

The Netherlands operates Consulate General offices in Toronto and Vancouver. There are Canadian Honorary Consuls appointed in Calgary, AB, Edmonton,AB, Saskatoon, SK, Winnipeg, MB, London, Montreal, QC, Quebec City, QC, Fredericton, NB and Halifax, NS.

The Dutch Diplomatic Missions in Canada operate a joint Facebook page, announcing activities as well as sharing behind the scenes images and stories. Late 2012, the embassy joined Twitter, although this is not heavily used.


  1. ^ "The Ambassador". Kingdom of the Netherlands, The Embassy and Consulates of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Canada. Retrieved August 20, 2013.

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Coordinates: 45°25′07″N 75°42′11″W / 45.4185°N 75.7031°W / 45.4185; -75.7031