The Canadian embassy in Ankara and consulate in Istanbul will be open as usual Monday, the office of Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion said.
The government is advising Canadians in Turkey to remain indoors, limit their movements and avoid crowds and public gatherings, as the situation in the country is still fluid.
Mr. Dion's office said there are about 1,535 Canadians currently registered in Turkey, but said that number could be higher as not everyone registers when they travel.
While the government has received more than 600 inquiries from Canadians either in Turkey or with family in Turkey, Mr. Dion's office said there were no reports of Canadians detained, injured or killed in the coup attempt.
Staff in Turkey, including the ambassador, have been working around the clock during the weekend.
In a statement Saturday, Mr. Dion said Canada is relieved that "democracy has been preserved" and stands with Turkey as it recovers from the "unsettling events."
"We urge all parties to continue to uphold and reinforce our shared democratic principles, including respect for democratic institutions, human rights and the rule of law.
"Going forward, Canada calls on all parties in Turkey to refrain from further violence and derogation from the rule of law," read the statement.