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Apostolic Nunciature in Canada

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Flag of the Papal States svgThe Apostolic Nuncio represents the Holy Father to the Church in Canada. His role is equivalent to an ambassador. He represents the Holy See to the Canadian Government. The Apostolic Nunciature is the building where the Nuncio's offices and residence are located.

The Apostolic Delegation to Canada was established in Canada by Pope Leo XIII on August 3, 1899, and the Nunciature by Pope Paul VI on October 16, 1969. 

Apostolic Nunciature
724 Manor Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario K1M 0E3
Tel.: (613) 746-4914
Fax: (613) 746-4786

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