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Foreign Service Directives

FSD 58 - Appendix – Post Rating Update

The Foreign Service Directives Committee has agreed to publish post rating level updates on a quarterly basis. These levels will be published in January, April, July, and October of each year.

The table below reflects post rating levels as of October 1, 2010. For the most up-to-date rates, please refer to the Department of Foreign Affaires and International Trade (DFAIT) website: http://lbp.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/documents/fsd-dse/fsddse-eng.asp.

Appendix - Post Ratings

POSTS

LEVEL

AMENDMENT DATE

SPECIAL PAYMENT

Abidjan, Ivory Coast

V

   

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

II

2010/10/01

 

Abuja, Nigeria

V

   

Accra, Ghana

IV

   

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

IV

   

Algiers, Algeria

V

   

Almaty, Kazakhstan

IV

   

Amman, Jordan

IV

   

Ankara, Turkey

III

   

Astana, Kazakhstan

IV

2010/06/01

 

Baghdad, Iraq

V

 

50%

Bamako, Mali

V

   

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei

II

   

Bangkok, Thailand

III

   

Beijing, China

IV

   

Beirut, Lebanon

IV

   

Belgrade, Serbia

II

   

Bogota, Colombia

IV

   

Brasilia, Brazil

II

2009/12/01

 

Bratislava, Slovakia

I

   

Bridgetown, Barbados

II

   

Bucharest, Romania

III

   

Budapest, Hungary

II

   

Buenos Aires, Argentina

II

   

Bydgoszcz, Poland

II

   

Cairo, Egypt

IV

   

Caracas, Venezuela

IV

   

Chandigarh, India

IV

   

Chennai, India

IV

   

Chongqing, China

V

   

Clear, Alaska

I

   

Colombo, Sri Lanka

IV

   

Dakar, Senegal

IV

   

Damascus, Syria

IV

   

Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

IV

   

Dhaka, Bangladesh

V

   

Doha, Qatar

I

   

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

II

   

Durban, South Africa

II

   

Georgetown, Guyana

IV

   

Guadalajara, Mexico

II

   

Guangzhou, China

IV

   

Guatemala City, Guatemala

IV

   

Hanoi, Vietnam

IV

   

Harare, Zimbabwe

IV

   

Havana, Cuba

IV

   

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

IV

   

Hong Kong, China

I

2010/04/01

 

Islamabad, Pakistan

V

   

Istanbul, Turkey

IV

   

Jakarta, Indonesia

IV

   

Johannesburg, South Africa

III

   

Juba, Sudan

V

   

Kabul, Afghanistan

V

 

50%

Kampala, Uganda

V

   

Kandahar, Afghanistan

V

 

50%

Kathmandu, Nepal

V

   

Khartoum, Sudan

V

   

Kiev, Ukraine

III

   

Kigali, Rwanda

IV

   

Kingston, Jamaica

III

   

Kinshasa, Congo

V

   

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

III

   

Kuwait City, Kuwait

II

   

La Paz, Bolivia

IV

   

Lagos, Nigeria

V

   

Lima, Peru

IV

   

Lusaka, Zambia

IV

   

Managua, Nicaragua

III

   

Manila, Philippines

III

   

Maputo, Mozambique

IV

2010/04/01

 

Mexico, Mexico

III

   

Monterrey, Mexico

II

   

Montevideo, Uruguay

II

   

Moscow, Russia

IV

   

Mumbai, India

V

   

Nairobi, Kenya

IV

   

Naples, Italy

II

   

New Delhi, India

IV

   

Niamey, Niger

V

   

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

V

   

Panama City, Panama

II

   

Port au Prince, Haiti

V

 

20%
(2010/08/01)

Port of Spain, Trinidad Tobago

II

   

Prague, Czech Republic

I

   

Pretoria, South Africa

III

   

Quetta, Pakistan

V

 

40%

Quito, Ecuador

III

   

Rabat, Morocco

III

   

Ramallah, West Bank & Gaza

V

2010/10/01

 

Recife, Brazil

III

   

Riga, Latvia

I

   

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

III

   

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

IV

2010/06/01

 

San Jose, Costa Rica

III

   

San Salvador, El Salvador

IV

   

Santiago, Chile

II

   

Santo Domingo, Dom. Republic

III

   

Sao Paulo, Brazil

III

   

Seoul, Korea

III

   

Shanghai, China

IV

   

Singapore, Singapore

I

   

Taipei, Taiwan

III

2010/04/01

 

Tartu, Estonia

III

   

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

IV

   

Tehran, Iran

IV

   

Tel Aviv, Israel

III

   

Thule, Denmark

II

   

Tripoli, Libya

III

   

Tunis, Tunisia

II

   

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

V

   

Vilnius, Lithuania

I

   

Warsaw, Poland

II

   

Wellington, India

IV

   

Yaoundé, Cameroon

IV

   

Zagreb, Croatia

II

   

 Notes:

1.   The amount of post differential allowance shall be revised on the first of April each year in accordance with the methodology agreed to in the National Joint Council Committee on Foreign Service Directives, and published on the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade's website.

2.   The post rating levels shall be amended by the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, on the recommendation of the appropriate foreign service interdepartmental co‑ordinating committee, as and when required, and published on the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade's website.

3.   Notwithstanding Section 107 of the Public Service Labour Relations Act, revisions to this Appendix shall not constitute a change in terms and conditions of employment for employees subject to the Foreign Service Directives.

Enquiries

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Lynda Cavan
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