Canadian Trade Commissioner Service Office in Houston
|Canadian Trade Commissioner Service Office to the United States in Houston|
|Address||5847 San Felipe Street|
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service Office to the United States in Houston (French: Bureau du service des délégués commerciaux du Canada aux États-Unis à Houston) is a trade office of Canada to the United States located in the Galleria area of Houston, Texas. Its focus is on energy, technology, and trade relationships between the City of Houston and Canada and does not offer any visa or passport services.
The office originally opened as a consulate in 2003.
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- List of diplomatic missions of Canada
- "Canada opens new consulate in Houston." Houston Business Journal. Thursday September 18, 2003. Retrieved on November 17, 2009.
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