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The Ambassador is responsible for directing bilateral relations between Canada and Haiti. He is assisted in this role by the different sections of the Embassy. He also provides protection and assistance to Canadian citizens, promotes Canadian values and defends the interests of Canada.
This section is responsible for advising and assisting distressed Canadians within the limits of Canadian and Haitian laws. It is also deals with requests for Citizenship cards, issues passports and other notarised documents.
Political, Economic, and Public Affairs:
The role of this section to promote good relations between Canada and Haiti; ensure good communications between the different sectors of Haitian society (government, media, private sector, civil society); report to Canadian authorities on developments in the economic and political situation in Haiti; and promote a better understanding of Canadians and Haitians of their respective countries. You can reach us at: email@example.com.
Trade and Investment:
The Commercial Section's role is to promote and defend Canada's commercial interests in Haiti. It is responsible for keeping the Canadian private sector informed of business opportunities in Haiti. The section responds to requests for information by Canadian and Haitian clients. It promotes good relations between the two and lends assistance in the organization of business visits and commercial missions. You can reach us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Development Section is responsible for maintaining and developing a dialogue between all agents concerned in the development of Haiti. It develops, in partnership with the relevant Canadian authorities, a programming which takes into account the objectives of the Canadian and Haitian governments. It ensures that the Canadians working in the field of development have on hand the relevant facts on Haiti which will allow them to reach an informed decision concerning requests for aid. The section ensures a follow up in the field of projects financed by Canadian cooperation, including those financed by industrial cooperation.
The administration of the whole of this programme is the responsibility of the Immigration Section. It deals with demands for visitor visas, study permits, temporary permits, immigration visas and returning resident permits.
Monday to Thursday: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Call collect: 613-996-8885 / 613-944-1310 (TTY) - The Emergency Operations Centre of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. An experienced officer is always available to respond to emergency calls from anywhere in the world.
You can also phone the numbers above and follow the recorded instructions to reach the Emergency Operations Centre.
In a number of countries, you can also call the 24/7 Operations Centre toll-free.
Our offices are closed on the following days:
|1 January||New Year's Day|
|2 January||Veterans’ Day|
|3 March||Carnival Day|
|4 March||Carnival Day|
|18 April||Good Friday|
|21 April||Easter Monday|
|7 July||Canada Day (in lieu of July 1st)|
|1 September||Labour Day|
|3 November||All Saints’ Day|
|26 December||Boxing Day|