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Peruvian Embassy in Ottawa, Canada

Embassy of the Republic of Peru in Ottawa, Canada
130 Albert Street Suite 1901, K1P 5G4
Phone: (613) 238-1777
Fax: (613) 232-3062

Peruvian Consulate in Montreal, Canada

General Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Montreal, Canada
550 Sherbrooke Oeste, Of. 970
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 1B9
Phone: (+1-514) 8445123, 8444998
Fax: (+514) 8438425
Office hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Peruvian Consulate in Quebec, Canada

Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Quebec, Canada
250 Grande Allee Ouest, Bureau 1507
Phone: (+1-418) 5215777
Fax: (+1-418) 5297423

Peruvian Consulate in Toronto, Canada

Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Toronto, Canada
10 Saint Mary Street, Suite 301
M4Y 1P9 Toronto
Phone: (+1-416) 9639696
Fax: (+1-416) 9639074

Peruvian Consulate in Vancouver, Canada

Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Vancouver, Canada
260-505 Burrand Street
V7X 1M3 Vancouver
Phone: (+1-604) 6628880
Fax: (+1-604) 6623564
Office hours: Mon-Fri: 9:00am - 3:00pm; the second Saturday of each month from 9:00am to 3:00pm

Peruvian Consulate in Winnipeg, Canada

Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Peru in Winnipeg, Canada
145 Elm Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
RM 3N4
Phone: (+1-204) 4885041
Fax: (+1-204) 4885041

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