Global Affairs Canada - Contact Us
Services and programs contact information
- Access to Information and Privacy
- Authentication of documents
- Education in Canada and abroad
- General information for the Government of Canada
- International development
- Media inquiries
- Sanctions information
- Social media
- Technical help
- Trade relations
- Travel information
- General questions
Note: Global Affairs Canada does not deal with immigration issues. Visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
Need a specific Global Affairs Canada employee? Search the Government of Canada Employee Directory.
Access to Information and Privacy
- Make a request under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act.
- You must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or individual or corporation currently present in Canada.
Authentication of documents
- Authenticating a document, also called legalization, certifies that documents are genuine so other jurisdictions or countries will recognize them as valid. Authenticating a document is free.
- Careers at Global Affairs Canada
- Global Affairs Canada accepts student applications through the Federal Student Work Experience Program.
Education in Canada and abroad
- International scholarship opportunities for Canadians to study abroad
- International Scholarship Opportunities for Non-Canadians to study in Canada
- Find an extensive collection of books, documents, periodicals and newspapers at Global Affairs’ Jules-Léger Library.
General information for the Government of Canada
- Information on Government of Canada programs and services can be obtained by:
- For assistance related to the Partners@International portal, please send an email to email@example.com.
- Find applications and guidelines for applying for Canadian international development funding.
- Apply for funding through a call for preliminary proposals.
- The Global Affairs media relations team is available to respond to journalist inquiries by phone and email.
- Access to Global Affairs Canada data and information, proactive disclosure and transparency, and more.
You can reach the Economic Law Section (JLHB) at:
Global Affairs Canada
Economic Law Section (JLHB)
125 Sussex Drive
Canada K1A 0G2
- Connect with Global Affairs Canada offices in Canada or abroad using a variety of social media and digital tools. Receive reliable and timely information about GAC programs, policies and latest achievements.
- If you’re experiencing problems with the website, describe the issue with our Enquiry Service Online Form.
- Find a Trade Commissioner in Canada or abroad.
- Need assistance to export, partner or invest abroad? Visit the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (for Canadian businesses).
- Invest in Canada is designed for foreign businesses looking for exciting investment opportunities in Canada.
- Emergency consular assistance is provided for Canadian citizens in need.
- Contact or locate a Canadian embassy, consulate or high commission.
- Check the Travel Advice and Advisories page both when you are planning your trip, and again shortly before you leave. Safety and security conditions may change between the date you book your travel and your departure date.
- Canadian passport information - How to apply for a passport, processing times, service locations, new requirements and what to do if your passport is lost, stolen or damaged.
- Your first step to a safe and healthy trip abroad with help from our wide range of free publications.
- Global Affairs Canada does not deal with immigration issues. Visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
Fill out our online form.
1-800-267-8376 (toll-free in Canada)
613-944-4000 (in the National Capital Region and outside Canada)
Enquiries Service (LOS)
Global Affairs Canada
125 Sussex Drive
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