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Canadian Embassy in the Dominican Republic

Canadian Embassy in the Dominican Republic

Canadian Embassy in the Dominican RepublicEmergency service For Canadians

We are here to help you in case of an emergency.

After-Hours Emergency Contact

Call collect from any country to +1 (613) 996-8885 to reach the Emergency Watch and Response Centre.

TTY: (613)  944-1310
E-mail: sos@international.gc.ca

Canadian Embassy in the Dominican Republic 

This section provides information on some difficult situations that Canadian travellers may encounter while abroad, and includes issue-specific recommendations to assist you in dealing with them.

Canadian Embassy in the Dominican Republic

Canada and the Dominican Republic have celebrated over 50 years of diplomatic relations. Since 1954 when the official diplomatic relations were established, Canada’s bilateral ties with the Dominican Republic have grown significantly stronger.

Canada – Dominican Republic Relations

The Dominican Republic is an important partner for Canada in the Caribbean, sharing a commitment to democracy, the rule of law, human rights and free markets. Canada has significant commercial interests in the country, mostly in the mining and financial sectors, and is the most active foreign investor in the Dominican Republic. In 2011, the two governments concluded negotiations on a Labour Cooperation Agreement that is one of the most comprehensive labour cooperation agreements to date and the first globally to enforce labour obligations that are not linked to a free trade agreement.

Canada and the Dominican Republic collaborated successfully in responding to the 2010 earthquake in neighbouring Haiti. The Dominican Republic served as an important staging area for Canadian relief and reconstruction efforts, and a critical logistical partner in getting relief to Haiti and in evacuating Canadians.

Canadian Embassy in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic remains the second most popular destination in the Caribbean for Canadians and the sixth most popular destination worldwide.

Recent high-level visits include a trade mission led by Minister of State of La Francophonie, Bernard Valcourt, in September 2012, and by Minister of State of Foreign Affairs (Americas and Consular Affairs), Diane Ablonczy, to attend the inauguration of President Danilo Medina in August 2012.

Canadian Embassy in the Dominican Republic

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