Guyana and Canada share a strong bilateral relationship, commercial links, development assistance, and immigration. The two countries also relate in terms of people-to-people links. There are about 200,000 Guyanese diasporas in Canada. The two countries benefit from substantial import-export trade relations.
Tourism is another important area where Canada and Guyana share relations. The Guyanese-Canadian Tourism Council (GCTC) was launched in late 2018 with an aim to promote Guyana as a tourist destination for Canadians. GCTC also urged the Guyana Police Force to reduce the crime rate in the South American country so as to promote tourism.
Canadians visit Guyana basically for tourism, trade, and investment. When traveling to Guyana, Canadians need to have the appropriate Guyana travel insurance or private medical coverage to protect them and their loved ones in case of hospitalization, sickness, and injury while in Guyana.
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