Information on the range of consular services offered to Canadians abroad by Canadian government offices around the world.
What to do and how your consular officials can assist you if you are arrested or detained abroad.
Contact information for Canadians requiring emergency consular assistance.
Information on international child abduction and custody issues.
How to report the death of a Canadian citizen abroad and how to repatriate his or her remains.
Information on when the Government of Canada will help to evacuate Canadian citizens from a foreign country and your responsibilities if you must be evacuated.
Information on obtaining emergency financial assistance from the Government of Canada
Forced marriage is a human rights violation under international law. This section provides an overview of, and guidelines on, forced marriage.
What to do if you are involved in a hijacking, hostage taking or kidnapping situation abroad.
List of notarial services offered by Canadian government offices abroad.
What to do if your personal belongings are lost or stolen abroad.
What to do if your passport is lost, stolen or damaged while you are abroad.
What to do if a loved one goes missing abroad and how your consular officials can help.
Natural disasters may affect safety, services, and transportation. Make sure you know what to do.
How to prevent being physically assaulted abroad and what you should do if you are.
Sign up for the Registry of Canadians Abroad service so that you can stay connected to Canada if there is an emergency at home or abroad.
How to prevent being sexually assaulted abroad and what to do if you are.
You can be the victim of an accident or have health problems anywhere in the world. Here is basic information on what to do to save your life.
What we are doing
Policies, acts and regulations
Important information on travel insurance and why you shouldn’t leave the country without it.
Registration of Canadians Abroad
A free service provided by Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada that keeps you connected to Canada in case of an emergency abroad or at home.
Embassies and consulates
Contact information for Canadian embassies and consulates around the world.
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