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IMPORTANT INFORMATION : The consular section of the Embassy of France in Ottawa has closed down on June 30, 2005. Find out how to apply for a visa since July 1st 2005. Click here for more information

French consulates in Canada





Consulate General of France in Toronto

  • Jean-François Casabonne Masonnave
    Consul General

The Toronto Consulate District includes the provinces of Ontario, Manitoba.


Consulate General of France in Montreal

  • Mr. Bruno Clerc
    Consul General

The Montreal Consulate District includes the territory of Nunavut and the province of Quebec, except the Quebec city area (see Consulate General of Quebec City).


Consulate General of France in Quebec City

  • Mr. Nicolas Chibaeff
    Consul General

The Quebec City Consulate District includes Quebec City and Ungava, Laviolette, Saint-Maurice, Trois-Rivières, Lotbinière, Frontenac, Beauce-South areas. To apply for a visa, you should contact the General Consulate in Montreal.


Consulate General of France in Vancouver

  • Mrs Evelyne Decorps
    Consul General

The Vancouver Consulate District includes British Columbia, Yukon and North West Territories.


Consulate General of France in Moncton and Halifax

  • Mr. Vincent Hommeril
    Consul General

The Moncton-Halifax Consulate District includes New-Brunswick, Nova-Scotia, Prince-Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. To apply for a visa, you should contact the General Consulate in Montreal.


Consulate of France in Calgary

  • Mr. Jean-Charles Bou
    Consul

The Consulate of France in Calgary is responsible for the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Administrative Procedures

Consulate General of France in Vancouver is responsible for administrative procedures (registration in the consular registry, applications for passports, national identity cards, civil status and notary services) required by French nationals living in Alberta, as well as those living in Saskatchewan; the latter therefore no longer fall under the jurisdiction of the Consulate General of France in Toronto.

Services offered by the Consulate of France in Calgary:

- Certificats de vie
- Delivery of passports and national identity cards (applications must be made beforehand through Vancouver)


NB: The Consul General maintains office hours in Edmonton about once per month in the premises of the Alliance Française. On these occasions, the Consul General delivers documents that have been received by the Consulate General of France in Vancouver to the French residents of Edmonton (passports, CNIS) and signs certificats de vie.


French residents in Alberta and Saskatchewan are asked to contact the Consulate General of France in Vancouver for the following administrative procedures:

- registration in the consular registry
- passport applications
- applications for national identity cards
- civil status services
- notary services
- elections

Visa Applications

The Consulate General of France in Vancouver is responsible for applicants living in Alberta AND in Saskatchewan. The Consulate of France in Calgary cannot issue visas.

Reminder: you must schedule a meeting through the Vancouver website in order to apply for a visa – the only persons exempt from appearing in person are young Canadians travelling to France under the agreement on youth mobility.

Updated : 16/05/2012


publié le 25.01.2013

Youth exchange agreement

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