Canadian diplomats have played a vital role in the promotion and protection of Canada's national interests around the globe. They have furthered international peace and security, advanced international economic development, helped sell our goods and services, managed the flow of visitors and migrants to our country, assisted travelling Canadians, and projected our culture and values throughout the world.
Beechwood is proud to acknowledge the contribution of Canadian Diplomats and the Foreign Service by providing a significant saving on many of Beechwood’s offerings.
We are proud to have collaborated with the Canadian Ambassadors Alumni Association on this initiative. We look forward to further developing this partnership to honour those who have served Canada and those who have lost their lives in service of our country.
MEMBERS OF CANADA'S FOREIGN SERVICE WHO HAVE DIED ABROAD IN VIOLENT OR TRAGIC CIRCUMSTANCES
|Glyn R. Berry||Afganistan||2006|
|J.M. (Joseph Mcleod) Boyer||Egypt||1952|
|Gordon Edwin Cox||Austria||1978|
|Peter Roman Lishchynski||Ukraine||1997|
|Dr. Egerton Herbert Norman||Egypt||1957|
|Hans Karl Rott||Austria||1969|
|John Douglas Turner||Indo-China||1965|
Official list provided and approved by Global Affairs Canada.
The Canadian Ambassadors Alumni Association brings together former Ambassadors, High Commissioners and Consuls General who revel in the prospect of enjoying on-going collegiality, challenges of post-retirement careers and a common repository of Foreign Service experience to draw from and celebrate. They also remain interested in Canadian diplomacy and wish to see their Association engaged in advancing Canada’s international relations. To become a member, please visit https://ambcanada.ca/
*Lester B. Pearson (1974). “Mike: The Memoirs of Right Hon. Lester B. Pearson”, Crown