Security Alert – U. S. Consulate General, Montreal, Canada (May 11, 2018)

Official US government alert:

Location:  Canada, countrywide

Event:  The U.S. government remains concerned that terrorists are intent on targeting U.S. citizens, including children.  Terrorists may employ a variety of tactics, such as violent assaults and kidnappings.  In the past they have used knives, guns, and vehicles as ramming devices.  They may target schools, hospitals, churches, tourist locations, transportation hubs, and other public venues.

Actions to Take:

  • Stay alert in public places, including schools, hospitals, churches, tourist locations, and transportation hubs.
  • Review travel routes and times to reduce time and place predictability.
  • Keep a low profile.
  • Be aware of your surroundings.
  • Review your personal security plans.
  • Report social media threats to local authorities.

For Assistance:

The U.S. Consulate General Montreal is located at 1155 rue St. Alexandre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3B 3Z1 and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.   You can reach us at 1-514-398-9695 during business hours.  If you are a U.S. citizen in need of urgent assistance outside of business hours, the emergency after-hours number for the U.S. Consulate General is the same 1-514-398-9695 and follow the prompts.  Our e-mail address is Montreal-ACS@state.gov

State Department – Consular Affairs 1-888-407-4747 or 1-202-501-4444

For further information about security in Canada:

See the Department of State travel website for the Worldwide Caution,  Travel Warnings, Travel Alerts, and Canada Country Specific Information.

Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security messages and make it easier to locate you in an emergency.

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13 Replies to “Security Alert – U. S. Consulate General, Montreal, Canada (May 11, 2018)”

  1. When will the stripey-pants diplo set comprehend that you don’t sit around waiting for people to come kill you? It is far more productive to go out and kill them first.

  2. Ugh I’m ranting but I got the courage to apply for a retail job (Vancouver) and the black clad woman only face showing is doing an application , her husband I guess with the hat takes some distance from me as I apply, then ohh working lady there pages a manager to see us his name is Mohammad.
    Chipotle new hire with a headbag and longer sleeves , no hat like others in uniform.
    More visible, like two niqab regulars pushing a stroller through the mall too.. Ramabombathon starting next week.

    • A dozen years ago I had the impression Vancouver was _way_ ahead of the PC-curve.
      – – Discrimination against heterosexuals by a large [or vocal, domineering] segment of the population, against non-Chinese by another. Smug, insufferable.

      Beautiful place that could be greatly improved by a neutron bomb.
      Now it’s fallen to the Ummah? Better a neutron bomb.

  3. When my husband did a lot of international travel he was part of the STEP program. Not only does it alert about potential terrorist threats world wide but it also alerts about inoculations that need to be up to date in various parts of the world as well as various counter remedies that can be legally carried.
    My husband’s Dr. was very good about this however, it did not prevent him from getting two serious cases of food poisoning.

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