Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Sabine Sparwasser, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Embassy of the Federal Republic of GermanyP.O. Box 379, Postal Station “A”Ottawa, Ontario K1N 8V4Canada
1 Waverley StreetOttawa, Ontario K2P 0T8Canada
Hours of telephone service:
Mon-Thu 8am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4:00pm, Fri 8am to 1:30pm
Please note that the Embassy in Ottawa does not offer consular services. Please contact the Consulate General in Toronto regarding all consular matters. (Exception: residents of the following jurisdictions can apply for Schengen visas [short-term business or tourist visas] through the Austrian Embassy in Ottawa: the National Capital Region and the counties Lanark; Leeds and Grenville; Prescott and Russell; Renfrew; Stormont, Dundas and Glengary; as well as Nunavut.)
The AmbassadorThe MinisterDefence AttachéEconomics and ScienceCulture and CommunicationAdministration
English, French, German
Contact the German Embassy in Canada
In an emergency that arises after office hours, German citizens can reach the emergency phone of the German Missions in Canada at (+1) 416-953-3817 at any time.
This phone number can be contacted via text message as well. Messages will only be answered if indications of an actual emergency are given.
Please be aware that this number is for emergencies only; general information or updates on passport or visa applications cannot be given.
The Embassy supports citizens with disabilities and strives to facilitate their access to staff within the limits of the architectural constraints.
Barrier-free access to the office building is located in the inner courtyard of the embassy and can be used in special cases by appointment. All doors of the building are sufficiently wide, but are not barrier-free and do not have automatic closing or opening mechanisms. All floors of the embassy can be reached by an elevator, the operating buttons of which are in Braille. There are no accessible toilets in the embassy building.
Please contact us to make prior arrangements, if you have further questions regarding accessibility, or if you need assistance.
Susanne Aschi-Glesius, Consul General
+1 514 931-2277
+1 514 931-7239
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany1250 René-Lévesque Boulevard West, Suite 4315Montreal (Québec) H3B 4W8
Monday to Thursday from 9am until 4pm and on Friday until 2pm.Please note that since 2015 the Consulate in Montreal does not offer consular services (see below).
Consular assistance for German citizens in emergencies:In urgent emergencies, German citizens can contact the on-call service of the German missions abroad in Canada outside opening hours by calling +1 416 953-3817.
This number can also be contacted via text message. Please note, however, that an answer will only be given if a real emergency can be identified.
We ask for your understanding that the emergency service does not answer general questions and cannot provide information on the status of passport or visa applications.
Administrative district : Québec (except Gatineau)The Consulate has no consular district. For any consular matters (e.g. passport or visa), please contact the Consulate General in Toronto. There is one exception: For Schengen visa (short term visa, e.g. for tourist, business affairs) please refer to the Austrian Embassy in Ottawa
Accessibility Information:The Consulate General supports citizens with disabilities and strives to facilitate their access to its premises within the limits of the architectural constraints.
Barrier-free access to the office building is located at 1250 René-Lévesque Boulevard West. All doors of the building are sufficiently wide, but do not have automatic closing or opening mechanisms. The consulate can be reached by an elevator. There is no structural or technical support for blind and visually impaired people. There are accessible toilets on the consulate general’s floor.
Thomas E. Schultze, Consul General
+1 416 925 28 13
+1 416 925 28 18
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, 2 Bloor Street East, 25th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A8, Kanada
2 Bloor Street East, 25th Floor,
Toronto, Ontario, M4W 1A8
In order to make use of our consular services, please book an appointment via our online appointment system.
Please click here to book an appointment.
Telephone availability of the Consulate General Toronto:
Monday to Thursday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 1:30pm
Urgent emergencies outside opening hours:
In urgent emergencies, German citizens can contact the on-call service of the German missions abroad in Canada outside opening hours by calling +1 416 953 3817.
This number can also be contacted by SMS. Please note, however, that an answer will only be given if a real emergency can be identified.
We kindly ask for your understanding that the emergency service does not answer general questions and cannot provide information on the status of passport or visa applications.
Administrative district: Provinces of Manitoba und OntarioConsular district: Provinces of Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince-Edward-Island, Quebec, Nunavut.
Contact the Consulate in Toronto
Information about accessibilityThe Consulate General supports citizens with disabilities and aims at facilitating their access to Consular staff within the framework of the structural conditions of the building.
If you have any questions or concerns about accessibility or need assistance, please contact us.
A barrier-free entrance to the lobby of the building, in which the Consulate General is located, is accessible from the Bloor Street entrance. The remaining entrances to the building are only barrier-free to a limited extent. The floor level on which the Consulate is located is accessible via elevators from the main lobby.
Accessible toilets are available on the floor on which the Consulate is located.
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany
Dr. Klaus Schmidt, Consul General
+1 604 684 8377
+1 604 684 8334
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany999 Canada Place, Suite 704Vancouver, B.C.V6C 3E1Canada
Suite 704, World Trade Centre, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, B.C.
World Trade Centre
Office Hours – Consular Section
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a visit to the Consulate General is currently only possible by prior appointment.
Visitors are only allowed to enter the Consulate when wearing a face mask. The Management of the World Trade Center is requesting visitors to wear masks in the lobby, the elevators and the washrooms. The number of people entering an elevator is limited to no more than two people at a time. There is no waiting in the common areas or the hallways of the World Trade Centre.
Monday to Friday9:00 am - 12:00 pm
You may reach the Consulate General by phone:
Monday to Thursday08:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m.Friday08:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Please note that bringing bigger pieces of luggage to the Consulate General is not permitted.
Emergencies after office hours:
In case of an emergency after office hours (local time Vancouver), German citizens can reach the emergency phone of the German Foreign Missions in Canada at (+1) 416 953-3817 at any time. This phone number can be contacted via text message as well. Messages will only be answered if indications of an actual emergency are given. Please be aware that this number is for emergencies only, general information or updates on passport or visa applications cannot be given. Please keep the time difference between Germany and Canada in mind when calling!
British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Yukon
Contact with the Consulate General
Please note: If using telephone or fax via satellite connection (Satcom) higher charges will occur.
The Consulate General supports citizens with disabilities and strives to facilitate their access to staff within the limits of the architectural constraints.
Access to the World Trade Center (999 Canada Place), where the Consulate General Vancouver is located, is barrier-free. There are two ways to get into the building:
In front of the main entrance are a few parking places, which can be used for getting in and out, the curb is partially lowered. On the pillar on the right hand side, in front of the main entrance, is a button that automatically opens the right door for a wide and stepless access. For a longer stay, it is advisable to use the parking spots in the parking garage. The elevators and all doors of the building have a sufficient width and are barrier-free.
The lift from the parking garage to the lobby does not have information in Braille. The four available elevators from the lobby to the seventh floor are featuring Braille. There is no further structural or technical support for blind and visually impaired people.
On the 7th floor, diagonally opposite the entrance to the Consulate General, is a toilet, which is not adapted for the disabled.
Honorary Consul in Calgary
Mr. Hubertus Liebrecht, Honorary Consul
+1 (403) 265 62 66
+1 (403) 265 62 44
Suite 1640700 - 4th Avenue SWCalgary, AB, T2P 3J4
Suite 1640700 - 4th Avenue SW
Monday - Friday - by appointment only
Province of Alberta, south of 52 degrees latitude
Contact the honorary consuls of Germany in Canada
Honorary Consul in Edmonton
Mr. Harald W. Kuckertz, Honorary Consul
+1 780 434 04 30
+1 780 439 99 50
8005 - 102 Street,Edmonton, AB T6E 4A2
8005 - 102 Street
Tuesday to Thursday 9 a.m. - 12 noon, passport applications by appiontment only
Province of Alberta, south of 52 degrees latitude and North-West Territories (NWT)
Honorary Consul in Halifax
Ms. Suzanne I. Rix, Honorary Consul
+1 902 420 15 99
+1 902 421 31 30
Nova Centre | South TowerSuite 15001625 Grafton StreetHalifax NS B3J 0E8
Tuesday and Thursday (by appointment only)
Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Honorary Consul in Saskatoon
Dr. Michael Oelck, Honorary Consul
+1 306 491 4912
3 Simpson Crescent, Saskatoon, S7H 3C5
Tuesday and Thursday 2 p.m. - 6 p.m., passport applications by appointment only
Province of Saskatchewan
Honorary Consul in St. John's
Ms. Signe Scharwey, Honorary Consul
+1 709 739 9727
2 Winter PlaceSt. John's, NL, A1B 1J6
2 Winter Place
by appointment only
Province of Newfoundland and Labrador
Honorary Consul in Winnipeg
Ms. Jutta Essig, Honorary Consul
+1 (204) 944 9745
PO Box 68079Winnipeg, MB R3L 2V9
81 Garry StreetMezz. Unit 58Winnipeg, MB R3C 4J9
Fort Garry Place Mall
By appointment only. Please direct all requests for appointments to the office of the Honorary Consul by e-mail (see contact form below).
Province of Manitoba