Canadian Consulate-General, Boston

Caribbean Chancery in Washington, D.C. Boston Embassy of Canada, Washington, D.C.
Consulate General of Canada in Boston
AddressThree Copley Place, Suite 400
AmbassadorDavid N. Alward

The Consulate-General of Canada in Boston (French: Consulat général du Canada à Boston) is a diplomatic mission of Canada located in Suite 400 of Three Copley Place in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The geographical jurisdiction of the Boston office covers the New England states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont; in addition to Saint Pierre and Miquelon, an overseas collectivity of France located off the South Coast of the Canadian Province of Newfoundland. It further supports the Ambassador and Canadian Embassy situated in Washington, D.C. and is one of twelve Consulates-General and three Consulates/Trade Commission offices located in the United States.

The Consulate General in Boston opened in 1951. The mission focuses on relations dealing in: technology, research and development, product commercialization, joint-ventures trade relationships, strategic partnerships, and both greenfield and financial investments between New England and Canada.[1]

The Canadian province of Québec has maintained a separate secondary government office in Boston[2] as part of the provincial Ministry of International Relations since the early 1970s.

Past Consuls-General

See also


  1. ^ Canadian Consulate General, Boston Archived 2012-01-04 at the Wayback Machine, Office Information, Accessed October 2, 2011
  2. ^ Québec Government Office in Boston (in English), (in French)