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Canada-Denmark relations

Bilateral relations

Denmark is a close, like-minded partner for Canada across a range of priority issues, including security and defence, trade and investment, climate change, cooperation in the Arctic, development and human rights. Canada shares a 3,000 km maritime border with the Kingdom of Denmark (Greenland) as well as rich historic and cultural links between the Inuit populations on both sides of the border.

Canada is represented in Denmark at the Embassy of Canada to Denmark, in Copenhagen, and by an Honorary Consul in Nuuk, Greenland. In Canada, Denmark maintains an Embassy in Ottawa, a Consulate General in Toronto, and honorary consulates in Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Montreal, Saint John, St. John's, Vancouver, Iqaluit and Winnipeg.

Trade relations

Canada and Denmark are both open, sophisticated and competitive markets and enjoy a stable bilateral trade relationship. Our economies depend on innovation and knowledge-intensive sectors for growth, and are underpinned by the strengths of our small-to-medium sized companies. Both countries have particularly vibrant agri-food export sectors.

In 2020, Canada's exports to Denmark totalled $296.3  million. Canada's imports from Denmark in 2020 totalled $1.4 billion.

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Promoting peace, security and stabilization

Denmark is a strong advocate for multilateral cooperation, including within NATO, which is a cornerstone of Denmark’s defence policy. The Danish Armed Forces are actively engaged around the world, including through the command of NATO Mission Iraq, the European naval operation AGENOR in the Strait of Hormuz, and the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali.

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