Grenada Anniversary of Independence
"Celebrating 39 Years of Achievement with Renewed Optimism"
NOTICE OF RELOCATION
CONSULATE GENERAL OF GRENADA AND GRENADA BOARD OF TOURISM
Dear Fellow Nationals and Friends of Grenada,
The Consulate General of Grenada is pleased to inform that with effect from December 2nd, the Offices of the Consulate General and the Grenada Board of Tourism will be relocating to the following address:
Suite 605-90 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M4P 2Y3 (Yonge & Eglinton)
The main telephone and facsimile numbers & email addresses of both offices remain unchanged.
Consulate General of Grenada
Tel No. 416 595 1343
Fax No. 416 595 8278
Grenada Board of Tourism
Tel No. 416 595 1339
Fax No. 416 595 8278
Please be advised that normal operations are expected to resume on Monday, December 2nd 2013. We thank you for your patience during this transition and look forward to serving you at our new location.
Welcome to the Consulate General of Grenada’s website. The purpose of this website is to provide information to Grenadians in Canada and around the world as well as, Individuals, Governments and Corporations who are interested in the Grenadian economy, and doing business with industries in Grenada. Our first responsibility is towards “YOU” our customers. When you are satisfied with the products, programs, and service we provide, only then can we be satisfied with our own performance. We owe our Grenadian and Canadian associates the same degree of respect, loyalty, and commitment we ask of them. We will continue to provide opportunities to grow personally, professionally, and intellectually, recognizing we all benefit from each other's individual accomplishments.
CONSULAR FUNCTIONS CONSIST OF:
1. Protecting in the receiving state the interests of the sending state and of its nationals both individuals and bodies corporate, within the limits permitted by international law;
2. Furthering the development of commercial, economic, cultural and scientific relations between the sending State and the receiving State and otherwise promoting friendly relations between them in accordance with the provisions of the present convention;
3. Ascertaining by all lawful means conditions and developments in the commercial, economic, cultural and scientific life of the receiving State, reporting thereon the Government of the sending State and giving information to persons interested;
4. Issuing passports and travel documents to nationals of the sending State, and visas or appropriate documents to persons wishing to travel to the sending State;
5. Helping and assisting nationals, both individuals and bodies corporate, of the send State;
6. Acting as notary and civil registrar and in capacities of a similar kind, and performing certain functions of an administrative nature, provided that there is nothing contrary thereto in the laws and regulations of the receiving State;
7. Safeguarding the interests of nationals, both individuals and bodies corporate, of the sending State in cases of succession mortis cause in the territory of the receiving State, in accordance with the laws and regulations of the receiving State;
8. Safeguarding, within the limits imposed by the laws and regulations of the receiving State, the interests of minors and other persons lacking full capacity who are nationals of the sending State, particularly where any guardianship or trusteeship is required with respect to such persons;
9. Subject to the practices and procedures obtaining in the receiving State, representing or arranging appropriate representation for nationals of the sending State before the tribunals and other authorities of the receiving State, for the purpose of obtaining, in accordance with the laws and regulations of the receiving State, provisional measures for the preservation of the rights and interests of these nationals, where, because of absence or any other reason, such nationals are unable at the proper time to assume the defense of their rights and interests;|
10. Transmitting judicial and extra-judicial documents or executing letters rogatory or commissions to take evidence for the courts of the sending State in accordance with international agreements in force or, in the absence of such international agreements, in any other manner compatible with the laws and regulations of the sending State in respect of vessels having the nationality of the sending State, and of aircraft registered in that State, and in respect of their crews;
11. Exercising rights of supervision and inspection provided for in the laws and regulations of the sending State in respect of vessels having the nationality of the sending State, and of aircraft registered in that State, and in respect of their crews;
12. Extending assistance to vessels and aircraft mentioned in sub-paragraph (k) of this Article and to their crews, taking statements regarding the voyage of a vessel, examining and stamping the ship's papers, and, without prejudice to the powers of the authorities of the receiving State, conducting investigations into any incidents which occurred during the voyage, and settling disputes of any kind between the master, the officers and the seamen in so far as this may be authorized by the laws and regulations of the sending State;
13. Performing any other functions entrusted to a consular post by the sending State which are not prohibited by the laws and regulations of the receiving State or to which no objection is taken by the receiving State or which are referred to in the international agreements in force between the sending State and the receiving State.
Board of Tourism Offices
Tel: (473) 440-2279
Tel: (473) 443-7948
Fax: (473) 443-6127
Tel: (416) 595-1339
P.O. Box 1668
Fax: (561) 588-7267
London W6 7BA England