List of Ambassadors and High Commissioners of Canada

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This is a list of ambassadors, high commissioners and consuls-general from Canada to other countries and entities.

Where a diplomat is accredited to more than one nation or organisation, the first in the list is the location of the Ambassador's or High Commissioner's residence. The order of an individual's accreditations follows the list given in the Ministry's announcement of the appointment.

Host Organisation Current Historic
 United Nations (New York City) Marc-André Blanchard

Richard Arbeiter (Deputy Permanent Representative)

Louise Blais (Deputy Permanent Representative with special responsibility for Agenda 2030 and Development)

See list
 United Nations (Geneva) Rosemary McCarney See list
 United Nations (Rome Based Food Agencies: WFP, FAO, IFAD) Alexandra Bugailiskis See list
 NATO Kerry Buck See list
 Organization of American States Jennifer May Loten[1] See list
 European Union Daniel J. Costello (ambassador)
Stéphane Dion (special envoy)
See list
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Natasha Cayer[2] See list
World Trade Organization Stephen de Boer See list
 Association of Southeast Asian Nations Diedrah Kelly See list
Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development Michelle D'Auray
Host Country Current Historic
 Afghanistan David Metcalfe See list
 Albania Alexandra Bugailiskis See list
 Algeria Patricia McCullagh See list
 Angola See list
 Argentina
 Paraguay
David Usher See list
 Australia
 Papua New Guinea
 Solomon Islands
 Vanuatu
 Federated States of Micronesia
 Marshall Islands
 Palau
 Nauru
Paul Maddison[3] See list
 Austria Slovakia Heidi Hulan See list
 Bangladesh Benoit Préfontaine See list
 Barbados
 Dominica
 Grenada
 Antigua and Barbuda
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
 Montserrat ††
Marie Legault[4] See list
 Belgium Olivier Nicoloff[4] See list
 Brazil See list
 Brunei Caterina Ventura See list
 Burkina Faso Edmond Dejon Wega See list
 Burma See list
 Cameroon Nathalie O’Neil
 Chile Patricia Peña See list
 China Hon. John McCallum See list
 Colombia Marcel Lebleu See list
 Côte d'Ivoire Julie Shouldice
 Cuba Patrick Parisot[4] See list
 Costa Rica
 Honduras
 Nicaragua
James Hill See list
 Croatia
 Kosovo
Daniel Maksymiuk See list
 Czech Republic Barabara Richardson[4] See list
 Democratic Republic of the Congo Nicolas Simard
 Denmark Emi Furuya[4] See list
 Dominican Republic Shauna Hemingway See list
 Ecuador See list
 Egypt Jess Dutton See list
 El Salvador See list
 Ethiopia
 Djibouti
Antoine Chevrier See list
 Finland Jason Tolland See list
 France Isabelle Hudon See list
 Germany Stéphane Dion See list
 Ghana
 Togo
Heather Cameron[4] See list
 Greece Mark Allen See list
 Guatemala
 Belize
Rita Rudaitis-Renaud See list
 Guyana
 Suriname
Lilian Chatterjee See list
 Haiti André Frenette
 Hong Kong ††
 Macau ††
Jeff Nankivell[4] See list
 Holy See (Vatican City) Dennis Savoie See list
 Hungary Isabelle Poupart[4] See list
 Iceland Anne Tamara Lorre[2] See list
 India
 Bhutan
Nadir Patel [3] See list
 Indonesia
 Timor Leste
Association of Southeast Asian Nations
See list
 Iran vacant See list
Iraq Paul Gibbard
 Ireland Kevin Vickers See list
 Israel Deborah Lyons[4] See list
 Italy
 San Marino
 Malta
Alexandra Bugailiskis See list
 Jamaica
 Cayman Islands ††
 Turks and Caicos Islands ††
Laurie Peters See list
 Japan Ian Burney[4] See list
Jordan Peter MacDougall[4] See list
 Kazakhstan Nicholas Brousseau See list
 Kenya Lisa Stadelbauer See list

 Kuwait

Louis-Pierre Émond
 Latvia
 Estonia
 Lithuania
Kevin Rex See list
 Lebanon Emmanuelle Lamoureux See list
 Libya Hilary Childs-Adams See list
 Malaysia Julia Bentley See list
 Mali Louis Verret See list
 Mexico Pierre Alarie See list
 Mongolia David Sproule See list
 Morocco See list
 Mozambique Caroline Delany See list
 Netherlands Sabine Eva Nolke See list
 New Zealand
 Tonga
 Samoa
 Kiribati
 Tuvalu
 Fiji
Mario Bot See list
 Nigeria
 São Tomé and Príncipe
 Equatorial Guinea
Christopher Thornley See list
 Norway See list
 Pakistan Wendy Gilmour See list
 Panama Lilly Nicholls See list
 Peru
 Bolivia
See list
 Philippines John Holmes See list
 Portugal Lisa Rice-Madan See list
 Poland Leslie Scanlon See list
 Romania
 Bulgaria
 Moldova
Kevin Hamilton[2] See list
 Qatar Stefanie McCollum See list
 Russia
 Armenia
John R. Kur[5] See list
 Saudi Arabia §
 Yemen
 Oman
 Bahrain
See list
 Senegal Lise Filiatrault[4] See list
 Serbia
 Macedonia
 Montenegro
Kati Csaba See list
 Singapore See list
 South Africa
 Namibia
Sandra McCardell See list
 South Korea Micheal Danagher See list
South Sudan James Christoff
 Spain
 Andorra
Matthew Levin[4] See list
 Sri Lanka
 Maldives
David McKinnon See list
 Sweden Heather A. Grant See list
  Switzerland Susan Bincoletto See list
 Syria vacant See list
 Taiwan Kathleen Mackay See list
 Tanzania
 Seychelles
 Comoros
Pamela O’Donnell See list
 Thailand
 Laos
 Cambodia
Donica Pottie[4] See list
 Trinidad and Tobago Carla Hogan Rufelds[4] See list
 Tunisia Carol McQueen See list
 Turkey Chris Cooter[4] See list
 Ukraine Roman Waschuk See list
 United Arab Emirates Masud Husain[4] See list
 United Kingdom Janice Charette[4] See list
 United States David MacNaughton See list
 Uruguay Joanne Frappier[6] See list
 Venezuela vacant (downgraded to chargé d’affaires)[7] See list
 Vietnam Deborah Paul See list
 Zimbabwe
 Botswana
 Angola
René Cremonese See list
† - High Commissioner

†† - Consul General ‡ - Executive Director § - Dennis Horak has been expelled from Saudi Arabia following a dispute concerning tweets made by Foreign Affairs Canada

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See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ OAS Member State
  2. ^ a b c Diplomatic Appointments
  3. ^ Diplomatic Appointments - 2015 Archived 2015-08-07 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "Diplomatic appointments". Global Affairs Canada. 2016-07-19. Archived from the original on 2016-07-20.
  5. ^ Diplomatic Appointments
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ "Canada downgrades ties with Venezuela after 'illegitimate' election | The Star". thestar.com. Retrieved 2018-07-05.
  8. ^ Global Affairs Canada, Liste des chefs de mission à partir de 1880, [2]