Alberta Washington D.C. Office

The Alberta Office in Washington, D.C. promotes Alberta’s economic and policy interests in key areas, such as energy, environment and agriculture.

Address:

Alberta Washington D.C. Office
Canadian Embassy
501 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001

Contact Us

Phone: 202-448-6475

Priorities include reinforcing to key U.S. political and business decision-makers that Alberta:

  • Has the commitment and capacity to be a secure, reliable and growing energy supplier
  • Develops its world-scale energy resources in an environmentally responsible way
  • Contributes to enhanced North American agricultural competitiveness
  • Is a desirable place in which to live, work, travel, study, invest and conduct research

The Alberta Washington, D.C. Office began operating in October 2004. It is co-located in the Canadian Embassy.

Alberta participates in a number of organizations with membership from both sides of the border. These include:

  • The Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER)
  • Can/Am Border Trade Alliance
  • Council of State Governments
  • The Energy Council
  • The National Association of State Directors of Agriculture
  • Bilateral councils with the states of Montana and Alaska

The Alberta – U.S. Relationship: By State

Learn more about the activities of Alberta’s international offices in the Alberta International Offices Annual Business Reports.