List of Ambassadors and High Commissioners to Canada

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This is a list of Ambassadors and High Commissioners to Canada from other countries and entities, as listed by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, by order of precedence.

Nation Name Credentials
(As of 19 April 2017)
Notes
 Congo Serge Mombouli 24 June 2002 [1]
 Samoa Ali'ioaiga Feturi Elisaia 30 March 2004 [2][3]
 Zimbabwe Florence Zano Chideya 13 December 2005
 Madagascar Simon Constant Horace 13 June 2006
 Oman Hunaina Sultan Ahmed Al-Mughairy 30 October 2007 [1]
 Cameroon Solomon Azoh-Mbi Anu'a-Gheyle 26 June 2008 [2]
 Sierra Leone Bockarie Stevens 30 June 2008 [1][2]
 Equatorial Guinea Anatolio Ndong Mba 16 June 2010 [3]
 Honduras Sofia Lastenia Cerrato Rodriguez 23 September 2010
 Namibia Martin Andjaba 19 April 2011 [1][2]
 San Marino Damiano Beleffi 18 May 2011 [3]
 Armenia Armen Yeganian 19 September 2011
 Montenegro Srdjan Darmanović 19 September 2011 [1]
 Côte d'Ivoire N'Goran Kouamé 1 December 2011
 Kazakhstan Konstantin Zhigalov 8 March 2012
 Burkina Faso Amadou Adrien Koné 30 March 2012
 Haiti O. André Frantz Liautaud 30 March 2012
 Swaziland Abednego Mandla Ntshangase 30 March 2012 [1][2]
 United Arab Emirates Mohammed Saif Helal Al Shehhi 13 September 2012
 Germany Werner Franz Wnendt 13 September 2012
 Spain Carlos Gómez-Múgica Sanz 21 September 2012
 Georgia Alexander Latsabidze 8 October 2012
 Tunisia Riadh Essid 18 January 2013
 Colombia Nicolás Lloreda Ricaurte 14 February 2013
 Cuba Julio Garmendia Peña 18 April 2013
 Portugal José Fernando Moreira da Cunha 18 April 2013
 United Kingdom Howard Drake 1 June 2013 [2]
 Singapore Philip Eng Heng Nee 10 June 2013 [2][4]
 Seychelles Marie-Louise Potter 10 June 2013 [2][3]
 Estonia Gita Kalmet 27 August 2013
 Denmark Niels Boel Abrahamsen 27 August 2013
 European Union Marie Anne Coninsx 3 October 2013
 Bulgaria Nikolay Milkov 30 October 2013
 Moldova Ala Beleavschi 25 November 2013
 Saudi Arabia Naif Bin Bandir Alsudairy 28 January 2014
 Uganda John Chrysostom Alintuma Nsambu 28 January 2014 [2]
 Ethiopia Birtukan Ayano 28 January 2014
 Qatar Fahd Mohamed Youssuf Kafoud 28 January 2014
 Dominican Republic Héctor Virgilio Alcántara 13 March 2014
 Holy See Archbishop Luigi Bonazzi 13 March 2014 [5]
 Uzbekistan Bakhtiyar Gulyamov 13 March 2014 [1]
 Mongolia Altangerel Radnaabazar 5 May 2014 [6]
 Serbia Mihailo Papazoglu 27 June 2014 [7]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Koviljka Špirić 27 June 2014 [7]
 Chad Mahamat Ali Adoum 27 June 2014 [3][7]
 Cambodia Tuy Ry 27 June 2014 [3][7]
 Belgium Raoul Roger Delcorde 3 September 2014
 Iceland Sturla Sigurjonsson 3 September 2014
 Philippines Petronila Pena Garcia 3 September 2014
 Slovenia Marjan Cencen 3 September 2014
  Switzerland Beat Walter Nobs 3 September 2014
 Brunei PG Kamal Bashah PG Ahmad 2 October 2014 [2]
 Egypt Motaz Mounir Zahran 2 October 2014
 Slovakia Andrej Droba 2 October 2014
 Sweden Per Ola Sjogren 2 October 2014
 Turkey Selcuk Unal 2 October 2014
 Jamaica Janice Avonne Miller 14 October 2014 [2]
 Bahrain Shaikh Abdulla Mohamed R Alkhalifa 18 November 2014 [1]
 Greece George Marcantonatos 18 November 2014
 Hungary Balint David Odor 18 November 2014
 Indonesia Dr Teuku Faizasyah 18 November 2014
 Papua New Guinea Rupa Abraham Mulina 24 November 2014 [1][2]
 Ecuador Nicolas Fabian Trujillo 16 December 2014
 Guinea Saramady Touré 16 December 2014
 Monaco Maguy Maccario-Doyle 16 December 2014 [1]
 Russia Alexander Darchiev 16 December 2014
 Australia Tony William Negus 27 January 2015 [2]
 Costa Rica Roberto Carlos Dormond Cantu 18 February 2015
 Czech Republic Pavel Hrncir 18 February 2015
 France Nicolas Marcel Jacques Chapuis 18 February 2015
   Nepal Kali Prasad Pokhrel 18 February 2015
 Tanzania Jack Mugendi Zoka 18 February 2015 [2]
 Barbados Yvonne Veronica Walkes 10 March 2015 [2]
 Algeria Hocine Meghar 31 March 2015
 Kenya John Lepi Lanyasunya 31 March 2015 [2]
 Thailand Vijavat Isarabhakdi 31 March 2015
 Japan Kenjiro Monji 23 April 2015
 Macedonia Toni Dimovski 23 April 2015
 Angola Edgar Augusto Martins 1 June 2015
 Bhutan Kunzang Choden Namgyel 1 June 2015 [3]
 South Korea DaeShik Jo 1 June 2015
 Paraguay Julio Cesar Arriola Ramirez 1 June 2015
 Senegal Ousmane Paye 1 June 2015
 Venezuela Wilmer Omar Barrientos Fernandez 1 June 2015
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Shirley Rosemary Skerritt-Andrew 17 August 2015 [2]
 Panama Alberto Aristides Arosemena Medina 10 September 2015
 Sri Lanka Ahmed Aflel Jawad 10 September 2015 [2]
 Pakistan Tariq Azim Khan 27 October 2015 [2]
 South Sudan Garang Diing Akuong 27 October 2015 [1]
 Tonga Mahe Uliuli Sandhurst Tupouniua 27 October 2015 [2][3]
 Kuwait Abdulhamid Alfailakawi 14 December 2015
 Peru Doraliza Marcela Lopez Bravo 14 December 2015
 Ukraine Andrii Shevchenko 14 December 2015
 Croatia Marica Matkovic 26 January 2016
 Laos Mai Sayavongs 26 January 2016 [1]
 Malaysia Aminahtun Binti HJ A Karim 26 January 2016 [2]
 Mexico Agustin Garcia Lopez Loaeza 26 January 2016
 Norway Anne Kari Hansen Ovind 26 January 2016
 New Zealand Daniel John Mellsop 24 February 2016 [2]
 Botswana David John Newman 22 March 2016 [1][2]
 Cyprus Pavlos Anastasiades 22 March 2016 [2]
 Gabon Sosthene Ngokila 22 March 2016
 Iraq Abdul Kareem Toma M. Kaab 22 March 2016
 Kyrgyzstan Kadyr Toktogulov 22 March 2016 [1]
 Mauritius Sooroojdev Phokeer 22 March 2016 [1][2]
 Belize Patrick Andrews 10 April 2016 [1][2]
 Grenada Dr. Ethelstan Angus Friday 10 April 2016 [1][2]
 Andorra Elisenda Vives Balmana 28 April 2016 [3]
 Guyana Clarissa Sabita Riehl 28 April 2016 [2]
 Niger Hassana Alidou 28 April 2016 [1]
 Albania Ermal Muca 15 June 2016
 Argentina Marcelo Gabriel Suarez Salvia 15 June 2016
 Chile Alejandro Arnaldo Marisio Cugat 15 June 2016
 Fiji Naivakarurubalavu S. Mara 15 June 2016 [1][2]
 Trinidad and Tobago Garth John Chatoor 15 June 2016 [2]
 Lithuania Vacant Rakitskis 31 July 2016
 Bangladesh Mizanur Rahman 6 September 2016 [2]
 Bolivia Pablo Guzman Laugier 6 September 2016
 Ireland Jim Kelly 6 September 2016
 Latvia Karlis Eihenbaums 6 September 2016
 Togo Ekpao Nolaki 6 September 2016
 Uruguay Martin Alejandro Vidal Delgado 6 September 2016
 Finland Vesa Ilmari Lehtonen 3 October 2016
 Kosovo Lulzim Hiseni 3 October 2016
 Mali Mahamadou Diarra 3 October 2016
 Netherlands Henk Ary Christiaan Van Der Zwan 3 October 2016
 Afghanistan Shinkai KaroKhail 21 November 2016
 El Salvador Edgar Ferman Palacios Bermudez 21 November 2016
 Guatemala Carlos Humberto Jimenez Licona 21 November 2016
 Luxembourg Sylvie Lucas 21 November 2016 [1]
 Malta Pierre Clive Agius 21 November 2016 [1]
 Mauritania Mohamed Lemine El Haycen 21 November 2016 [3]
 Mozambique Carlos Dos Santos 21 November 2016 [1]
 Myanmar Kyaw Myo Htut 21 November 2016
 Turkmenistan Meret Orazov 21 November 2016 [1]
 Yemen Jamal Abdullah Yahya Al-Sallal 21 November 2016
 Israel Nimrod Barkan 12 December 2016
 Morocco Mohammed Lotfi Aouad 12 December 2016
 Austria Stefan Pehringer 8 February 2017
 Vietnam Nguyen Duc Hoa 8 February 2017
 Brazil Denis Fontes de Souza Pinto 8 February 2017
 Nicaragua Natalia Quant Rodriguez 8 February 2017 [1]
 India Vikas Swarup 2 March 2017 [2]
 China Lu Shaye 2 March 2017
 Djibouti Mohamed Siad Douale 2 March 2017 [1]
 Ecuador Juan Diego Stacey Moreno 19 April 2017
 Italy Claudio Taffuri 19 April 2017
 Azerbaijan Vacant
Ramil Huseynli, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Bahamas Vacant
Roselyn Dannielle Dorsett-Horton, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[2]
 Belarus Vacant
Dimitry Basik, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Benin Vacant
Houèvo Angèle Adoukonou, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Burundi Vacant
Emmanuel Niyonzima, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Cape Verde vacant [1]
 Central African Republic vacant [1]
 Comoros vacant [3]
 Congo, Democratic Republic Vacant
Jean-Claude Kalelwa Kalimasi, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Eritrea vacant [1]
 The Gambia vacant [1][2]
 Ghana Vacant
Florence Buerki Akonor, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Guinea-Bissau vacant [3]
 Iran vacant [8]
 Jordan Vacant
Mo'ath Bassam Youssif Al Tall, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 North Korea vacant [3]
 Lebanon Vacant
Sami Haddad, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Lesotho Vacant
Liteboho Kutloano Mahlakeng, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[2]
 Liberia John Wright [1]
 Libya Vacant
Khaled Elsahli, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Malawi vacant [2]
 Maldives vacant [3]
 Marshall Islands vacant [1]
 Nigeria Vacant
Ja'afar Mahmoud Balarabe, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[2]
 Poland Vacant
Lukasz Mikolaj Weremiuk, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Romania Vacant
Adrian Ligor, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Rwanda Vacant
Shakilla Umutoni Kazimbaya, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines vacant
 São Tomé and Príncipe vacant [3]
 Solomon Islands Zack Bremner [2][3]
 South Africa Vacant
Jill Tanya Sefolo, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[2]
 Sudan Vacant
Mahmoud Fadi Mohammed, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Suriname vacant [1]
 Syria vacant
 Timor-Leste vacant [1]
 Tuvalu vacant [3]
 United States Vacant
Elizabeth Moore Aubin, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Zambia Evaristo David Kasunga [2]

See also Ambassadors from Canada.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag Co-accredited as Ambassador to the United States; resides in Washington, D.C.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an High Commissioner.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Co-accredited as Permanent Representative to the United Nations; resides in New York City.
  4. ^ The High Commissioner from Singapore to Canada is non-resident and resides in Singapore.
  5. ^ Titled Apostolic Nuncio rather than Ambassador.
  6. ^ "Presentation of Letters of Credence at Rideau Hall" (Press release). Ottawa: Rideau Hall Press Office. 2 May 2014. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 
  7. ^ a b c d "Presentation of Letters of Credence at Rideau Hall" (Press release). Ottawa: Rideau Hall Press Office. 24 June 2014. Retrieved 4 July 2014. 
  8. ^ Clark, Campbell; Martin, Patrick; Mackinnon, Mark (7 September 2012). "Envoys out as Canada abruptly severs ties with Iran". The Globe and Mail. Toronto: The Globe and Mail Inc. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 

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