Embassy of the Canada in the Federal Republic of Germany

The Canada embassy in Germany is located in the center of Berlin. The Embassy's working hours are from 8.30 - 12.30 and 13.30 - 17.00 by local time.

Address of the embassy

Location of embassyThe Canada embassy in Germany is located at Leipziger Platz 17, Berlin. The Embassy's postal code is 10117.

Contact details

Tel.: (+49) (30) 20 312 0
Fax: (+49) (30) 20 312 590
The official website:


Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary posted to Germany at the Canada embassy is His Excellency (H.E.) Mr. Stéphane Dion

Before his appointment, Dion was Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs from November 2015 until January 2017, where he championed Canadian leadership in the world on crucial global interests including promotion of universal human rights, peace and stability efforts, the global climate challenge and Canada’s commitment to multilateralism.

From 2004 to 2005 Stéphane Dion served as Minister of the Environment, when he secured what is praised as one of the greenest budgets in the history of Canada and chaired the United Nations Conference on Climate Change where he reconciled the diverging interests of member countries so that decisions could be taken to effectively implement the Kyoto Protocol.

As Minister responsible for Official Languages (2001-2003), he crafted and launched the Action Plan for Official Languages, still used as a reference today.

Pictures of the embassy

Canada embassy Official logotype Canada embassy Main Building

About the embassy

The embassy of Canada to Germany is situated in the heart of Berlin where the Berlin Wall used to divide the eastern and western parts of the city. The building was opened in 2005 by then governor general Adrienne Clarkson. Canada also has consulates in the cities of Munich and Düsseldorf, which focus on trade promotion and investment relations.

For secure, visitors cannot bring wireless devices including cellular phones, computers, cameras, PDA (personal data assistant) into the Embassy. In case if you have no other alternative, those instruments may be left, once turned off, with the guards at the entrance. Neither the Embassy nor the security company will take any responsibility for the loss of any personal effects left at the entrance.