​​​​The Philippine Consulate General is located at the World Trade Center Office Complex, 999 Canada Place, Suite 660 Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3E1

The Consulate is open from:

  • 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday)
  • 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (every last Friday of each month)​

except on Philippine & Canadian holidays.

The Consulate is closed on:

01 Nov - All Saint's Day
13 Nov - Remembrance Day
30 Nov - Bonifacio Day

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Symbolic pouring and mixing of different types of ASEAN rice

Showcase of various Philippine products at the Philippine booth

ConGen Ferrer delivering his welcome remarks.

Consul General Neil Frank R. Ferrer, Mrs. Miriam Ferrer, Vice Consul Rogelio E. Villanueva, Jr. and staff of Vancouver PCG at the Philippine booth.

Philippine Consulate General Vancouver Joins the 2nd UBC "OF RICE AND ROOTS”

Press Release
Vancouver, 23 January 2015


The Philippine Consulate General in Vancouver participated in the University of British Columbia’s “Of Rice and Roots” (ORAR) which was held on 20 January 2015.  The event was organized by the Centre for Southeast Asian Research (CSEAR) in cooperation with the various Southeast Asian student associations in UBC and the ASEAN Consulates in Vancouver.  Aside from the Philippines, other ASEAN Consulates represented were Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Now on its 2nd year, the ORAR was merged with the annual Southeast Asia Food Night which has attracted a much wider spectrum of participants from students and faculty members of UBC, the business community and friends of ASEAN community in Vancouver.  This year’s holding of the ORAR has enabled the ASEAN to project a better impression within the UBC community by providing guests and attendees first hand experience of ASEAN culture and cuisine. 

The Philippine booth showcased Philippine made products such as native handicrafts, finely embroidered fabrics, jewelries and bags which generated much interest from visitors as well as books on Philippine cuisine such as “Kulinarya”.  Samples of cakes and “sago at gulaman” from Goldilocks Bakeshop were also popular during the night. 

Consul General Neil Frank R. Ferrer delivered the Welcome Remarks in his capacity as Chair of the ASEAN Consuls General in Vancouver (ACGV) for 2015.