|Born||May 20, 1942|
Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada
|Relatives||Jean Chrétien (uncle)|
Raymond A. J. Chrétien, CC (born May 20, 1942) is a Canadian lawyer and diplomat. He served as Canada's ambassador to the United States from 1994–2000. His uncle is former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien.
He holds many honours and titles, including Officer of the Order of Canada, Commander in the Legion of Honour (France) and Officer of the Order of the Aztec Eagle. In 2019 He was promoted within the Order of Canada to the highest grade of Companion by Governor General Julie Payette. This will give him the Post Nominal Letters "CC" for Life. 
After being admitted to the Quebec Bar, Chrétien entered the Legal Affairs Bureau of the Department of External Affairs and the Department of Foreign Affairs in 1966.
His positions include:
- Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire): 1978–1981
- Mexico: 1985–1988
- Belgium: 1991–1994
- United States: 1994–2000
- France: 2000–2003
From 1988 to 1991, Chrétien was an associate in the office of the Secretary of State for External Affairs. In 1996, he was named Special Envoy to the U.N. for the Great Lakes and Central Africa.
In 2004, he joined the law firm Fasken Martineau DuMoulin and in December 2005, joined the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation. Since April 2004, he is Chairman of the board of the Centre for International Studies of the Université de Montréal (CÉRIUM). He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2010.
- "Raymond Chrétien, O.C. - Spanish-speaking Corporate/Commercial Strategic Advisor in Montréal | People | Fasken". www.fasken.com. Retrieved 2019-02-07.
- Governor General announces 74 new appointments to the Order of Canada