List of Ambassadors and High Commissioners to Canada

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This is a list of Ambassadors and High Commissioners to Canada from other countries and entities, as listed by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, by order of precedence.

Sending country Name Credentials
(As of 15 July 2020)
Notes
 Oman Hunaina Sultan Ahmed Al-Mughairy 30 October 2007 [1]
 Cameroon Solomon Azoh-Mbi Anu'a-Gheyle 26 June 2008 [2]
 Honduras Sofia Lastenia Cerrato Rodriguez 23 September 2010
 San Marino Damiano Beleffi 18 May 2011 [3]
 Haiti O. André Frantz Liautaud 30 March 2012
 Singapore Philip Eng Heng Nee 10 June 2013 [2][4]
  Holy See Archbishop Luigi Bonazzi 13 March 2014 [5]
 Chad Mahamat Ali Adoum 27 June 2014 [3][6]
 Philippines Petronila Pena Garcia 3 September 2014
 Brunei PG Kamal Bashah PG Ahmad 2 October 2014 [2]
 Monaco Maguy Maccario-Doyle 16 December 2014 [1]
 Russia Alexander Darchiev 16 December 2014
 Kenya John Lepi Lanyasunya 31 March 2015 [2]
 Ukraine Andrii Shevchenko 14 December 2015
 Gabon Sosthene Ngokila 22 March 2016
 Andorra Elisenda Vives Balmaña 28 April 2016 [3]
 Albania Ermal Muca 15 June 2016
 Chile Alejandro Arnaldo Marisio Cugat 15 June 2016
 Bangladesh Mizanur Rahman 6 September 2016 [2]
 Latvia Karlis Eihenbaums 6 September 2016
 Uruguay Martin Alejandro Vidal Delgado 6 September 2016
 Myanmar Kyaw Myo Htut 21 November 2016
 Turkmenistan Meret Orazov 21 November 2016 [1]
 Yemen Jamal Abdullah Yahya Al-Sallal 21 November 2016
 Austria Stefan Pehringer 8 February 2017
 Djibouti Mohamed Siad Douale 2 March 2017 [1]
 Antigua and Barbuda Sir Ronald Sanders 13 March 2017 [1][2]
 Ecuador Juan Diego Stacey Moreno 19 April 2017
 Italy Claudio Taffuri 19 April 2017
 Montenegro Nebojša Kaluđerović 2 May 2017 [1]
 South Africa Sibongiseni Dlamini-Mntambo 2 May 2017 [2]
 Spain Enrique Ruiz Molero 2 May 2017
 France Kareen Géraldine Rispal 22 June 2017
 Georgia Konstantine Kavtaradze 3 July 2017
 United Kingdom Susan Jane Le Jeune D'Allegeershecque 15 August 2017 [2]
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Louanne Gaylene Gilchrist 28 August 2017
 Germany Sabine Anne Sparwasser 31 August 2017
 Ghana Joseph Ayikoi Otoo 31 August 2017
 Paraguay Ines Martinez Valinotti 31 August 2017
 Malawi Edward Sawerengera 12 September 2017 [2]
 Uganda Joy Ruth Acheng 12 September 2017 [2]
 Poland Andrzej Kurnicki 12 September 2017
 Nigeria Adeyinka Olatokunbo Asekun 23 October 2017 [2]
 Tunisia Mohamed Imed Torjemane 23 October 2017
 Zambia Felix Mfula 23 October 2017 [2]
 Greece Dimitrios Azemopoulos 20 November 2017
 Iceland Pétur Ásgeirsson 20 November 2017
 Burkina Faso Athanase Boudo 20 November 2017
 Nicaragua Maurizio Carlo Alberto Gelli 20 November 2017 [1]
 Palau Hersey Kyota 20 November 2017 [1]
 Bahamas Alvin Alfred Smith 4 December 2017 [2]
 United Arab Emirates Fahad Saeed Mohamed Abdulla Al Raqbani 29 January 2018
 Lebanon Fadi Ziadeh 29 January 2018
 Bhutan Doma Tshering 29 January 2018 [3]
 Bahrain Shaikh Abdulla Rashed Alkhalifa 29 January 2018 [1]
 Australia Natasha Smith 6 February 2018 [2]
 Saint Lucia Anton Edsel Edmunds 13 February 2018 [2]
 Saint Kitts and Nevis Vaughna Sherry Tross 14 February 2018 [2]
 Senegal Viviane Laure Elisabeth Bampassy 27 March 2018
 Cuba Josefina de la Caridad Vidal Ferreiro 27 March 2018
 Argentina Eugenio Maria Curia 27 March 2018
 Morocco Souriya Otmani 29 June 2018
 Kazakhstan Akylbek Kamaldinov 29 June 2018
 Cyprus Vasilios Philippou 29 June 2018 [2]
 Congo Roger Julien Menga 29 June 2018
 Peru Roberto Rafael Max Rodriguez Arnillas 29 June 2018
 Bulgaria Svetlana Sashova Stoycheva-Etropolski 29 June 2018
 Estonia Toomas Lukk 5 September 2018
 Slovenia Melita Gabrič 5 September 2018
 Slovakia Vit Koziak 5 September 2018
 Dominican Republic Pedro Luciano Vergés Cimán 18 September 2018
 Belgium Johan Hendrik Eugène Verkammen 18 September 2018
 Portugal João do Carmo Ataíde da Câmara 18 September 2018
 Qatar Saoud Abdulla Zaid Al-Mahmoud 18 September 2018
 Barbados Reginald Richardo Farley 1 November 2018 [2]
 Mongolia Ariunbold Yadmaa 13 November 2018
 Egypt Ahmed Mahmoud Abdelhalim Abu Zeid 13 November 2018
 Sri Lanka Madukande Asoka Kumara Girihagama 13 November 2018 [2]
 The Gambia Dawda Docka Fadera 13 November 2018 [1][2]
 Uzbekistan Javlon Vakhabov 13 November 2018 [1]
 Turkey Kerim Uras 17 December 2018
 Cambodia Sovann Ke 17 December 2018 [3]
 Côte d'Ivoire Gnagno Philibert Fagnidi 13 February 2019
  Switzerland Salome Meyer 13 February 2019
 Pakistan Raza Bashir Tarar 13 February 2019 [2]
 Sweden Urban Christian Ahlin 13 February 2019
 Mexico Juan José Ignacia Gómez Camacho 28 May 2019
 Ethiopia Nasise Challi Jira 28 May 2019
 Indonesia Abdul Kadir Jailani 28 May 2019
   Nepal Bhrigu Dhungana 28 May 2019
 Seychelles Ronald Jean Jumeau 8 June 2019 [2][3]
 Armenia Anahit Harutyunyan 9 July 2019
 Finland Roy Kennet Eriksson 9 July 2019
 Lesotho Ralechate Lincoln Mokose 9 July 2019 [2]
 Iraq Wadee Batti Hanna Albatti 9 July 2019
 Sierra Leone Sidique Abou-Bakarr Wai 9 July 2019 [1][2]
 Malta Keith Azzopardi 9 July 2019 [1]
 Tanzania Mpoki Mwasumbi Ulisubisya 9 September 2019 [2]
 Czech Republic Bořek Lizec 9 September 2019
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Marko Milisav 9 September 2019
 Costa Rica Mauricio Ortiz Ortiz 9 September 2019
 Malaysia Nor'aini Binti Abd Hamid 9 September 2019 [2]
 Denmark Hanne Fugl Eskjaer 9 September 2019
 China Peiwu Cong 1 November 2019
 Afghanistan Mohammad Hassan Soroosh Yousufzai 1 November 2019
 Jordan Majed Thalji Salem Alqatarneh 1 November 2019
 Rwanda Prosper Higiro 1 November 2019
 Kuwait Reem Mohammad Khaled Zaid Al Khaled 1 November 2019
 Venezuela Orlando José Viera Blanco 1 November 2019
 Zimbabwe Ruth Masodzi Chikwira 18 December 2019
 Japan Yasuhisa Kawamura 18 December 2019
 Croatia Vice Skračić 18 December 2019
 Panama Romy Vasquez Morales 18 December 2019
 Lithuania Darius Skusevičius 18 December 2019
 New Zealand Martin Wilfred Harvey 16 January 2020 [2]
 Kosovo Adriatik Kryeziu 10 March 2020
 Mali Fatima Braoulé Méïté 10 March 2020
 Brazil Pedro Henrique Lopes Borio 10 March 2020
 India Ajay Bisaria 10 March 2020 [2]
 Guinea Aly Diané 10 March 2020
 Liberia George Shorr Wleh Patten Sr. 11 March 2020 [1]
 Namibia Monica Ndiliawike Nashandi 11 March 2020 [1][2]
 Luxembourg Gaston Pierre Jean Stronck 11 March 2020 [1]
 Kyrgyzstan Bolot Otunbaev 11 March 2020 [1]
 Maldives Thilmeeza Hussain 11 March 2020 [3]
 Vietnam Cao Phong Pham 15 July 2020
 South Korea Keung Ryong Chang 15 July 2020
 Algeria Vacant
Faiza Latrous, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Angola vacant [1]
 Azerbaijan Vacant
Fuad Aliyev, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Belarus Vacant
Evgeny Russak, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Belize vacant [1][2]
 Benin Vacant
Ahobadé Hermann Dessoh, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Bolivia Vacant
Claudia Maria Alexis Rocabado Mrden, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Botswana vacant [1][2]
 Burundi Vacant
Emmanuel Niyonzima, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Cabo Verde vacant [1]
 Central African Republic vacant [1]
 Colombia Vacant
Monica Beltran Espitia, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Comoros vacant [3]
 Congo, Democratic Republic Vacant
Lohaka Yemba, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 El Salvador Vacant
Xochitl Guadalupe Zelaya Gomez, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Equatorial Guinea vacant [3]
 Eritrea vacant [1]
 Eswatini vacant [1][2]
 European Union vacant
 Fiji vacant [1][2]
 Grenada vacant [1][2]
 Guatemala Vacant
Alejandro Fajardo Estrada, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Guinea-Bissau vacant [3]
 Guyana Vacant
Marsha Andrea Caddett, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[2]
 Hungary Vacant
Mark Horvath, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Iran vacant [7]
 Ireland vacant
 Israel Vacant
Eitan Na'eh, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Jamaica Vacant
Dana-Leigh Glenda Anderson, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[2]
 North Korea vacant [3]
 Laos vacant [1]
 Libya Vacant
Omar M Alghanai, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Madagascar Vacant
Sahondra Harilala Rakotoniaina, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Marshall Islands vacant [1]
 Mauritania vacant [3]
 Mauritius vacant [1][2]
 Moldova Vacant
Ina Ursan, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Mozambique vacant [1][2]
 Netherlands vacant
 Niger Vacant
Mahamane Bachir Fifi, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[1]
 North Macedonia Vacant
Dimitar Blazhevski, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Norway vacant
 Papua New Guinea vacant [1][2]
 Romania Vacant
Bogdan Manoiu, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Samoa vacant [1][2]
 São Tomé and Príncipe vacant [3]
 Saudi Arabia Vacant
Sulaiman Abdulkareem M. Alaqeel, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Serbia vacant
 Solomon Islands vacant [2][3]
 South Sudan vacant [1]
 Sudan Tarig Hassan Sulieman Abusalih (Ambassador), Chargé d'Affaires
 Suriname vacant [1]
 Syria vacant
 Thailand Vacant
Thanapol Wang-Om-Klang, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Timor-Leste vacant [1]
 Togo Vacant
Ptangme Peketi, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
 Tonga vacant [2][3]
 Trinidad and Tobago Vacant
Liana Elizabeth Sukhbir, Chargé d'Affaires a.i.
[2]
 Tuvalu vacant [3]
 United States vacant

See also Ambassadors from Canada.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj Co-accredited as Ambassador to the United States; resides in Washington, D.C.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq High Commissioner.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Co-accredited as Permanent Representative to the United Nations; resides in New York City.
  4. ^ The High Commissioner from Singapore to Canada is non-resident and resides in Singapore.
  5. ^ Titled Apostolic Nuncio rather than Ambassador.
  6. ^ "Presentation of Letters of Credence at Rideau Hall" (Press release). Ottawa: Rideau Hall Press Office. 24 June 2014. Retrieved 4 July 2014.
  7. ^ Clark, Campbell; Martin, Patrick; Mackinnon, Mark (7 September 2012). "Envoys out as Canada abruptly severs ties with Iran". The Globe and Mail. Toronto: The Globe and Mail Inc. Retrieved 29 May 2014.