Canada and Grenada relations
Full diplomatic relations with Grenada started when the country gained independence in 1974. Canada is represented in Grenada by the Canadian High Commission in Bridgetown (Barbados).
Canada has long enjoyed a close relationship with countries of the Caribbean such as Grenada. This is due to its significant Caribbean diaspora, commercial links, and a long history of Canadian aid and support for the region.
Canadian exports to Grenada include pork meat, dairy products, fish, vegetables, pharmaceuticals, tires and wood.
There exists a Social Security agreement between the two countries (1999) and a General agreement on Development Co-operation (1997).
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