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Competent for the whole of Canada, Bermuda and the Territorial Collectivity of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the Consulate General of Belgium in Montreal's main role is to represent, protect and administer the Belgian community established in these territories.
More than 17,000 Belgians are registered in the population register of the Consulate General.
The Consulate General also represents Belgium towards authorities in Québec and in the Atlantic Provinces and towards a variety of stakeholders.
The Consulate General is the only Belgian representation in Canada authorized to issue visas for a stay in Belgium or in the Schengen area. Finally, the Consulate General represents Luxembourg in Canada for short-stay visas and Working-Holiday visas.