Thank you for visiting. Throughout the site, you’ll find information related to the services provided by the Lebanese Consulate in Calgary and Southern Alberta.

Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or comments.


Elie Ghanimé
Honorary Consul of Lebanon in Calgary and Southern Alberta



The Consulate will be closed in July and August 2022.

All inquiries will be handled through email at contact@lebaneseconsulatecalgary.com.

For all passport inquiries, please call (403) 991-7877.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Consular Fees as of November 1, 2021

The Government of Lebanon issued an updated list of of Consular fees (CAD) which will start November 1, 2021.

وزارة الصحة العامة اللبنانية تقرر إعفاء الوافدين الذين تلقوا لقاح COVID19 من فحص ال PCR عند وصولهم إلى مطار بيروت ، شرط إبراز المستند الرسمي مطبوعاَ والذي يؤكد تلقيهم اللقاح على جرعتين

Lebanese Ministry of Public Health Decided to Exempt travelers who received the COVID19 vaccine from the PCR examination upon arrival at Beirut airport, provided that they present the official printed document confirming that they received the vaccine in two doses.

تدعو سفارة لبنان في كندا أبناء الجالية اللبنانيّة للإطّلاع على القوائم الإنتخابيّة الأوليّة للفترة الانتخابية (31/3/2021 – 30/3/2022) على الرابط الإلكتروني: www.dgcs.gov.lb وذلك للتأكّد من صحة قيودهم. وفي حال لم ترد أسماؤهم على القوائم الإنتخابيّة أو وقع خطأ في قيدهم، يطلب اليهم أن يتقدّموا بطلب التصحيح لدى السفارة قبل 10/03/2021 بواسطة البريد الإلكتروني:
 فيما يلي الإستمارات المطلوبة للتصحيح:
 – إدراج قيد في القائمة الإنتخابيّة (رقم 1):
– إدراج قيد في القائمة الإنتخابيّة بعد إعادة إعتبار (رقم 3):
– شطب قيد عن القائمة الإنتخابيّة (رقم 9):
– تصحيح قيد في القائمة الإنتخابيّة (رقم 11):

إن هذا الإعلان ليس دعوة للإنتخابات إنّما إجراء روتيني لتحديث القوائم الإنتخابيّة.

About Lebanon

Lebanon is “the Paris of the Middle East”

Lebanon is a small and beautiful country on the Eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It is located at the meeting point of three continents and, as such, has been the crossroads of many civilizations whose traces may still be seen today. Lebanon is rich in heritage with diverse geography which includes breathtaking coastal terrain, rugged alpine peaks and green fertile valleys. Its documented history dates back to ancient times. Today it is a multi-diverse, multi-religious tourist destination known as the Paris of the Middle East in beauty and culture, as well as the Switzerland of the region in finance and commerce.

The total area of the country amounts to 10,452 square km (4,500 square miles). Its coastline hosts the five famous cities of Beirut, Byblos, Sidon, Tripoli, and Tyre. It is bordered in the north and east by Syria and in the south by Palestine.

Its cities were major outposts and seaports during the Bronze Age. The Canaanite and Phoenician kingdoms flourished over a period of 1,000 years, as maritime and seafaring cultures. At various times in its history, the land and people were ruled by most of the world’s great empires, including the Greek, Roman, Egyptian and finally Ottoman empires.

Lebanon’s beauty is illuminated by its geography, its narrow coastal plane and two parallel North / Sounth mountain series. In between lays, the fertile Bekaa valley, with its Litani and Orontes Rivers, which separate these mountains and nourishes the terrain.

Residing majestically over the valley, Qournet Assaouda in the north of Mount Lebanon (altitude 3,083 meters or 10,112 feet) and Jabal al-Sheikh in the south mountsin Range (altitude 2,814 meters or 9,230 feet) remain as the highest peaks in the country.

This unparalleled natural splendour is enhanced by Lebanon’s moderate, Mediterranean climate. Lebanon enjoys about 300 days per year of sunshine. The winter is mild at the coast and snowy in the mountains while the summer is hot along at the coast and mild in the mountains. It is often possible during the spring months, April and May, to snow ski in the mountains and swim in the blue Mediterranean sea along the coast in the same day!

Today, Lebanon has a population of some 6-million people. Beirut is a bustling cosmopolitan city that serves as the epicenter for the country’s food and wine industries.

The great Cedars of Lebanon, under government reserve protection, have been used to build some of the holiest buildings in the world, including Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock and Solomon’s Temple. Famous for its beauty, glamour, history, European flare and hospitality, Lebanon has it all and is a must-see destination on any worldwide tourist list.

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