The Embassy and Consulates | Kingdom of the Netherlands Canada
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Tulips are a symbol of friendship between Canada and the Netherlands and every year Dutch tulips bloom in Ottawa. Tulips are a Dutch pride. The Dutch flower industry is driven by solid knowledge and innovation. They also formed the inspiration for the first Canadian Tulip Festival.
For centuries, Dutch creativity has inspired others. Dutch design is often described out-of-the-box and adhering to the 'less is more' principle. The Simcoe WaveDeck at Toronto’s water front is a whimsical timber boardwalk, inspired by the shorelines of Ontario’s Great Lakes.
Spring is the best time to celebrate the rock solid friendship between the Netherlands and Canada. We have put together the Spring 2014 edition of our annual Touch of Dutch calendar of events. Follow the links to download the full listings in PDF.
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October 17, 2014 At the request of the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, Their Excellencies the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, and Mrs. Sharon Johnston will conduct a State visit to the Republic of Poland, from October 22 to 26; a visit to the Kingdom of the Netherlands on October 26 and 27; and a visit to the Kingdom of Belgium, from October 27 to 29, 2014.
October 17, 2014 King Willem-Alexander has appointed Bert Koenders as Minister of Foreign Affairs. Mr Koenders was sworn in by the King at Noordeinde Palace on Friday 17 October 2014.
- CANADIAN WAR MUSEUM AND NETHERLANDS EMBASSY PRESENT LECTURE SERIES TO PAY TRIBUTE TO ALL CANADIAN SOLDIERS INVOLVED IN THE LIBERATION OF THE NETHERLANDS
- Foreign Affairs Minister Baird to Visit the Netherlands to Talk Global Security and Bilateral Cooperation
- Budget Day (Prince's Day)
- Foreign minister nominated for senior EU job
- Prime Minister Harper signs condolence book at Netherlands Embassy