New transatlantic highway between Canada and Germany
Canada and Germany have much in common – and much to learn from each other. There is already a strong bond defining this transatlantic connection. But it needs to be nurtured, renewed and reimagined continually in order to grow and bear even more fruit. With an eye to engaging the next generation in this exchange, a new campaign has been created: So German! Si Allemand !
As of July 1, 2015 the German foreign missions in Canada will undergo further restructuring of their consular services.
The Embassy in Ottawa and the Consulate General in Montreal will no longer accept passport applications and cease to offer consular services altogether.
The German Consulate General in Vancouver will continue to offer limited consular services.
Please refer to our service overview for detailed information.
From Tuesday, June 9 to Sunday, June 15, 2015 the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Canada celebrated a week of German culture and lifestyle at the Ambassador's residence in Ottawa. German and German-Canadian artists of renown performed in an enchanted atmosphere.
The DW app provides you with the information you need to shape and understand your world - quick, direct, uncomplicated and completely ad-free right in your hands. Get unbiased, international news and information on the world’s most pressing issues.
The University of Ottawa and Germany's Max Planck Society announced a formal partnership that will establish the Max Planck-University of Ottawa Centre for Extreme and Quantum Photonics. The centre will link two of the world's foremost research teams in the field of photonics and be only the third Max Planck Centre in North America.
Max Planck Centre at University of Ottawa
Jürgen Schau leads a double life – and he doesn`t do anything to hide it. The people in Germany, and especially in Berlin where Jürgen comes from, would be aghast if they saw this man on the East coast of Canada: He is traipsing around at night, in a weird outfit, carrying a torch in one gloved hand, a butterfly net and a basket in the other - and waders up to his waist.
Jürgen and Elfie Schau
When Heidi Linckh told her parents in Germany on a nice spring day last year what she had just done, they said: “Now all is lost!” Find out how Heidi and her husband Konrad ended up with a 138-metre tall tower in Ontario.
Heidi and Konrad Linckh
Its interactive and informative app provides quick, easy access to the latest information from the FFO.
App „Auswärtiges Amt“