The Embassy of Mexico in Canada welcomes you to its website, an open door to the fascinating country of Mexico, its institutions and its people.
Here you will find information on this Mission's activities and services, as well as the most prominent aspects of the increasingly strong bilateral ties between Mexico and Canada.
Mexico has three Consulates General in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver; Consular Agencies in Calgary and Leamington, Ontario; and five Honorary Consulates: Quebec City, St. John's, Dartmouth, Winnipeg and Regina.
Mexico also has various representative offices:
- Secretariat of the Economy (NAFTA Office)
- Mexico Tourism Promotion Board (CPTM) and ProMéxico offices in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver
To support bilateral relations, we also have offices representing the Secretariat of National Defence, Secretariat of the Navy and the Secretariat of Labour and Social Welfare.
Mexico offers a wide variety of attractions to prospective visitors. Canadians have long enjoyed our beautiful beaches, our magnificent national parks and archaeological sites, as well as the historical richness of our colonial cities, all of which make Mexico one of the most popular tourist destinations.
This website gives you access to links for the main government institutions and non-governmental organizations active in our nation today.
Although you will find most reference documents in Spanish and English, a special effort is being made to include more French-language information.
We invite you to explore with us this dynamic, vital relationship and its enormous potential for mutual enrichment; to discover Mexico's most significant developments; and to see our country through Mexican eyes.
Make yourself at home!
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Telephone: (613) 233 8988
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