Endringer på passområdet
Fra 1. juni må alle søknader om pass fremmes ved ambassaden i Ottawa. English text below.
Stortingsvalg 2021: stemme ved brevpost
Dersom du oppholder deg et sted i utlandet hvor det ikke er mulig å oppsøke en stemmemottaker kan du forhåndsstemme ved brevpost.
Stortingsvalg 2021: stemme fra utlandet
13. september er det Stortingsvalg. Det er mulig å stemme fra utlandet, Svalbard og Jan Mayen fra 1. juli. I Canada kan du stemme ved ambassaden i Ottawa og ved de honorære konsulatene.
Program for stay-at-home 17. mai
Join us and celebrate Norway's National Day at home on May 17th! Here you will find a free screening of the Norwegian movie “Marching Forever”, recipes, decorating tips and lots of games and activities.
Embassy closed during Easter
Due to the Covid-19 situation, the reception at the Norwegian Embassy is closed. Phone lines remain open, but phone hours will be reduced during Easter.
Embassy closed Family Day
The Embassy will be closed on Monday February 15th for Family Day.
Rules upon entry into Norway during Covid-19
The rules upon entry are intended to reduce the risk of those travelling to bring the infection with them to Norway.
Border restrictions for Norway during Covid-19
Who can enter Norway and other rules regarding immigration are affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Canada gets ready to host the Nordic Cultural Initiative Nordic Bridges in 2022
Year-long multidisciplinary arts program will explore contemporary Nordic culture from coast to coast to coast.
Government introduced registration requirement for all people entering Norway
Today the Norwegian Government approved an amendment to the COVID-19 regulations that requires all people entering into Norway to register themselves as a step in improving infection control.
Opening hours Christmas 2020
The Norwegian Embassy in Ottawa will have reduced opening hours during the holidays. Find a complete overview here.
A policy for growth and stability – for the people in the north and for the whole country
Ensuring that North Norway is a strong, vibrant region is important not only for the north, but also for the country as a whole. This is the message of the eight Government ministers who presented the new white paper on Norway’s Arctic policy today.