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The High Commission provides services to individuals and organizations on behalf of the Registrar General, Department of Immigration, Ministry of Legal Affairs and the Guyana Police Force in the issuance of Passports and Visas and the notarizing of Affidavits, Power of Attorney and other Statutory documents. The Mission avails itself to Guyanese in distress and is able to render assistance in specific instances.

Consular Services

Welcome to the official website for the High Commission of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana in Canada.

The Mission’s aim is to provide accurate and current information on the many services offered to facilitate a better interaction with the public.

Whether you are interested in renewing your passport or setting up a business in Guyana, it is the mission’s hope that the website will provide the necessary tools to make the process smoother.

As always, the Mission is committed to providing the best possible service to the public, especially members of Guyana’s Diaspora in Canada.

Clarissa Riehl • High Commissioner
His Excellency David A. Granger
His Excellency David A. GrangerPresident of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana
Hon. Moses Nagamootoo
Hon. Moses NagamootooPrime Minister of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana
The Hon. Dr. Karen Cummings
The Hon. Dr. Karen CummingsMinister of Foreign Affairs

ABOUT US

The overarching objective of the High Commission of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana in Canada is to execute and promote the foreign policy objectives of Guyana through the fostering of bilateral relations between the Government and people of Guyana and the Government and people of Canada.

TRADE & INVESTMENT

Trade between Guyana and Canada has improved over the years, primarily due to the extractive sector. There are currently over thirty Canadian mining companies operating in Guyana. The discovery of oil 120 miles off Guyana’s shores presents a new area for collaboration.

TOURISM

Guyana offers a variety of attractions to tourists with varying interests.  With over 300 waterfalls, large rivers, tributaries and lakes, Guyana is aptly called the Land of Many Waters. Stay in an Eco Lodge in the Rupununi or observe the giant sea turtles nesting at Shell Beach. When the whole world begins to feel the same EXPLORE GUYANA.

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