Canada's Network in the United States
No two countries enjoy a more extensive or deeper relationship than Canada and the USA. For more than 50 years, Canada’s Consulate General in Detroit has been integral to this special relationship, managing and building relations with the states of Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio – whose total population almost equals Canada’s.
These four states share a common economic space with Canada. For each, Canada is the principal destination for their exports. The four states consume 15% of Canada’s exports to the world, often remanufacturing Canadian components into U.S. exports to third countries. These large trade volumes mean jobs in the industrial heartland: more than 700,000 jobs in the states of IN, KY, MI and OH depend on two-way trade with Canada.
Roy B. Norton, Consul General of Canada at Detroit
The Visa and Immigration Section at the Canadian Consulate in Detroit (United States) is closed and services transferred to the Canadian Consulate in New York or in Los Angeles.
For more detailed information on the changes, please read the Notice.