As part of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service helps Canadian companies and organizations succeed globally.
Created in 1894, the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) has more than 115 years of experience helping Canadian companies succeed in foreign markets by promoting the economic interests of Canada in the global marketplace.
Since Canada's first Trade Commissioner's posting to Australia in 1895, the role of the TCS has become increasingly critical and of higher value within an ever evolving global economy. Canada's active and successful participation in the global economy impacts all Canadians. Consider that a fifth of all jobs in this country are directly linked to international trade and half of what we manufacture in Canada is exported.
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service has trade offices across Canada and over 150 offices around the world. We can provide our clients with on-the-ground intelligence and practical advice on foreign markets to help you make better, more timely and cost-effective decisions in order to achieve your goals abroad.
See What We Can Do, for more information on how we can help Canadian companies and organizations.