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Consulate of Belgium

2 Bloor Street West, Suite 2006, Box 88

Toronto, ON, M4W 3E2

Phone: 001 416-944-1422 - Fax: 001 416-944-1421



Open to the public: Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 1 PM

Passport application by appointement only.


ONLY in case of emergency outside of office hours: 001 416-526-3345 or 001 416-209-1780


The Consulate of Belgium in Toronto is competent for the provinces of Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan and Yukon.


For information on the diverse consular services provided, please refer to the Services Toronto heading.


Important Payment changes February 1st 2013

Starting February 1st the Consulate will no longer accept cash payments.


Canadian companies interested in importing goods and services from Belgium should address their requests to the competent economic and trade commissioners in Montreal and Toronto, who can also give information about partnership and investment opportunities in Belgium. Companies interested in exporting to Belgium should contact the Embassy of Canada in Brussels.


The Belgian Consulate in Toronto does not provide immigration and visa services. All questions regarding immigration, work permits and visa for Canadian citizens and residents of Canada are exclusively handled by the Consulate General in Montreal.

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The Embassy of Belgium in Ottawa is in charge of bilateral relations between Belgium and Canada. The two countries have signed a number of agreements that testify to an attachment to common values.


If you want more information about exchanging your Belgian driver's license against one from Ontario, please visit the website of the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario; or against one from Alberta, please visit the website of Service Alberta.


The Belgian passport, identity card or citizenship application forms are free to download from this website, cannot be sold and should not be obtained through a third party.


If you are a Belgian citizen born outside of Belgium after 01/01/1967 and hold two citizenships or more, you are at risk to lose your Belgian citizenship on the day of your 28th birthday. To retain your Belgian citizenship, please contact us, no later than 6 months before your 28th birthday, or click here to read more about the conditions and the procedure.


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