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High Commission of Barbados, Ottawa

High Commission of Barbados in Ottawa
Location Downtown Ottawa
High Commissioner Mr. E. Evelyn Greaves

The High Commission of Barbados in Ottawa (French: Haut-commissariat du Barbade à Ottawa) is the government of Barbados' highest and primary diplomatic mission to the country of Canada. The High Commissioner's office is located in the downtown, Ottawa, Ontario on Metcalfe Street. The Government of Barbados also maintains a Consul General in the city of Toronto.

The High Commission provides business and consular services to residents and visitors to and from Barbados. As of 2013 E. Evelyn Greaves was the Barbados government representative and High Commissioner to Canada, having succeeded Glyne Samuel Hyvesta Murray.

Accreditation

The Barbadian High Commissioner in Ottawa is also concurrently accredited as non-resident Ambassador to: Australia and New Zealand.

Past High Commissioners

  • Victor J. Johnson
  • Glyne Samuel H. Murray (2003 – 2008)[1]
  • June Yvonne Clarke (1996 – 1999)
  • Lester Eversley Whitehead (1982 – 1986)

See also

Notes

External links

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Barbados

Coordinates: 45°25′20″N 75°41′46″W / 45.4222°N 75.6962°W / 45.4222; -75.6962

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