High Commission of Canada in Barbados
Diplomatic relations between Canada and Barbados were established on November 30, 1966, immediately upon Barbados becoming an independent country.
There are long-standing bilateral relations between Canada and Anguilla. Both countries often cooperate within the Commonwealth
Canada has long enjoyed a good relationship with Antigua and Barbuda. This is partly due to a significant Caribbean diaspora in Canada.
Canada and the British Virgin Islands, a British Overseas Territory, have enjoyed long-standing bilateral relations
Canada maintains close and friendly bilateral relations with Dominica. Full diplomatic relations began when Dominica gained independence in 1978.
Canada has long enjoyed a close relationship with Grenada. Canadian exports to Grenada include pork meat, dairy products, fish, vegetables, and more
Canada’s bilateral relations with Montserrat are primarily focused on trade and tourism. Canada has a cooperative partnership with Montserrat.
Canada has long enjoyed a close relationship with Saint Kitts and Nevis. Full diplomatic relations began when the country gained independence.
Canada has long enjoyed a close relationship with Saint Lucia. Diplomatic relations were fully achieved when the country gained independence in 1979.
Canada maintains close bilateral relations with St. Vincent and the Grenadines based on our Commonwealth heritage and Caribbean community in Canada.
Canada manages its bilateral relations with OECS countries and the OECS Secretariat through the Canadian High Commission in Bridgetown (Barbados) which is individually accredited to each member.
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