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Canada-Luxembourg Relations

Bilateral relationship

Canada has had strong bilateral relations with the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg for a long time. It was during World War II that our two countries grew significantly closer, when the Grand Duke's family took refuge in Montreal after the German invasion of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in 1940. Luxembourg is represented in Canada by its Embassy in Washington D.C., while the Embassy of Canada to Belgium, in Brussels, represents Canada in Luxembourg. In addition, both countries are represented by honorary Consuls in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal for Luxembourg, and in Luxembourg for Canada.

Trade relationship

Canada and Luxembourg's long-standing friendship has resulted in a strong economic and trade partnership. In 2018, Canada's merchandise exports to Luxembourg totaled $67.9 million. During the same period, Canada's imports from Luxembourg reached $163.5 million.

Trade and investment agreements

Trade and investment agreements involving Canada and Luxembourg:

For more information, consult trade and investment agreements

Partners and organizations

To develop effective responses to today’s most pressing global challenges, Canada and Luxembourg work closely in multilateral fora, such as: 

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