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16 December, 2014 - We’re moving to Canada House – How to find us

Please note - Effective December 16, 2014, the Canadian High Commission to the United Kingdom will relocate from Macdonald House on Grosvenor Square to Canada House on Trafalgar Square.

High Commission of Canada to the United Kingdom in London

IMPORTANT: Please see contact directions and services offered (below) for specific enquiries, including those related to immigration, passports, consular and media

Macdonald House
1 Grosvenor Square
London, W1K 4AB
Telephone: 0207 258 6600
Fax: 0207 258 6333 

Macdonald House, 1 Grosvenor Square, London W1K 4AB
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Consulates of Canada in the United Kingdom

These Consulates provide consular assistance, notarial services and passport application forms to Canadian citizens. Passport and citizenship applications must all be submitted to the High Commission of Canada, Macdonald House, 38 Grosvenor Street, London W1K 4AA. Please note that the High Commission is moving to Canada House on Trafalgar Square. For information about our office closure please consult our  Hours of Operation page. For information about our new location please consult our We are moving to Canada House page. Questions about immigrating to Canada or Canadian visas are to be directed to our Visa and Immigration section in London.

Provincial offices at the Canadian High Commission

The Alberta UK Office: Works to build stronger, mutually beneficial economic ties between Alberta and the United Kingdom. This is achieved by providing assistance to citizens and businesses of Alberta and the UK interested in pursuing trade and business relationships.

The Ontario UK Office: Part of Ontario's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade – works to strengthen economic and cultural ties with the United Kingdom (Ontario's largest export destination outside North America). More than 200 UK companies have operations in Ontario, employing more than 40,000 people – and the number continues to grow.

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