ROCA: Registration of Canadians Abroad

Please see this important message from the Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta:

In order for the Government of Canada to help you in times of emergency, we need to know where you are and how to communicate with you.

The Department of Global Affairs Canada operates a Registration of Canadians Abroad service for Canadians travelling or residing abroad. The ROCA registry allows the Department to contact Canadians to offer urgent advice during a natural disaster, civil unrest, or to inform them of a family emergency at home. Registration is voluntary, and personal information provided on the registration form is used in accordance with the provisions of the Privacy Act. You may register online at:

We encourage you to stay connected to the latest travel advice and advisories, and can find our emergency contact information at also available via our mobile Travel smart application or by subscribing to RSS feeds .  You can also follow us on Twitter at or find us on Facebook at

Canadians seeking emergency consular assistance in the area should contact the Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta at 1-844-880-6519 or, or after-hours, the Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa directly at +1 613 996 8885 (collect calls are accepted where available).  An email can also be sent to

Please pass this information along to any Canadians you know and encourage them to register with Registration of Canadians Abroad.

Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta
1175 Peachtree St NE, 100 Colony Square, Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30361
Facebook:  CanadainAtlanta
Twitter: CanCGAtlanta
(Territory: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee)

Email for the Canadian Network, NC

The Canadian Network of North Carolina now has an email address! You can reach us at canadiannetworknc ( a )
Please add our email to your contacts.

As the merger between CanSouth and CBA-NC progresses we will setup up social accounts as well as a blog and website. We will keep you updated via the CanSouth blog, Facebook page and LinkedIn as well as CBA-NC’s Facebook page.

Bear with us as we strive to form a new group that will comprehensively serve Canadians in North Carolina.