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Ecuador's Consulate in Canada

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If you’re planning your trip to Ecuador, and you’re a Canadian, you will need to talk to these folks:

Consulado General del Ecuador en Montreal

Consulado General del Ecuador en Montreal
2055 Peel,5to piso, Oficina 501
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1V4

Tel: (514) 874 4071
Fax: (514) 874 9078
Correo electrónico: info@consecuador-quebec.org

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Bryan Haines is editor of GringosAbroad - one of the largest English language sites about Ecuador. Work with GringosAbroad. He is a travel blogger, photographer and content marketer. He is also co-founder of ClickLikeThis (GoPro tutorial blog) and Storyteller Media (content marketing for travel brands).

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  • David Marshall Oct 24, 2010, 11:58 am

    Good afternoon Brian. We are from Kingston Ontario and are aiming to move to Cuenca in Jun/Jul 2011. Both my wife Jennie and I have retired in the last couple of weeks and we are beginning the process that you have just gone through. We will be visiting Cuenca for ten days over Christmas. I have just begun to dig into the information on your blog. Do you have suggestions on how to make the Christmas trip as productive as possible? What are the steps I should take with the Ecuadorian consulate in Montreal or Ottawa? Lots of questions but I have been researching for about a year now. I would appreciate any help you can offer and thank you for the blog. Regards, David.

    • Bryan Haines Oct 26, 2010, 8:10 am

      Thanks for your message David. I would suggest wandering around and calling on houses and apartments that you like the looks of. The landlords are eager to show properties to Gringos. Also, when you are exploring, try to think in terms of being a local. Visit furniture shops, grocery stores and take the bus. It'll give you a real feel of life here – and of what to expect when you return.

      I would suggest that you chat with the consulate and confirm what they require. The requirements seem to change. I found them to be the most helpful (Montreal office) government office I've ever dealt with. At the time, I couldn't speak any Spanish and they were extremely helpful. The lady even sent a personal note to our family with our approved visa. They really love their country and want to help people visit/move here.

      A friend of ours is in the process of establishing a relocation service. He helped us when we moved (we weren't friends yet – we had just met online) and he knows his stuff. He lives here with his young family. He can arrange apt/house showings for you. Not sure of all the details, but wanted to mention this. We'll be adding his info to the site over the next couple of weeks.

      • David Marshall Oct 27, 2010, 12:07 pm

        Thanks Brian that is very helpful. I would be interested in getting the coordinates of the relocation service. Regards, David.

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