David Wright (Canadian diplomat)

David Wright is a former Canadian diplomat. He was ambassador to Monaco, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain and Andorra and Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council.

He is currently the Kenneth and Patricia Taylor Distinguished Visiting Professor in Foreign Affairs, Victoria College, University of Toronto.[1] He currently teaches a course in Victoria One, a seminar program for first year students; and a fourth year seminar course.

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Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Jean-Pierre Juneau
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain
Succeeded by
Anthony Vincent
Preceded by
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Andorra
Succeeded by
Anthony Vincent
Preceded by
Admiral John R. Anderson
Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council
Succeeded by
Jean-Pierre Juneau


  1. ^ Lecture Series: David Wright — languages
  2. ^ Up to the appointment of David Wright in 1989, the Consuls General in Marseilles also served as Canada's official representatives to the Principality of Monaco. On his appointment to the embassy in Paris as Minister, David Wright and his successors were also appointed Canada's Consul General to Monaco.

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