"There is a delicate domestic context that we respect which is why I don't want to say any more about that, but I will remind people Canada is a welcoming country", he told AFP in an interview on Monday while in Paris for a conference.
Germany was among several European countries that have said they were open to taking in Bibi and her family.
Hard-line Islamists in Pakistan have blocked streets and called for the killing of judges after the Supreme Court on October 31 overturned the conviction of Asia Bibi, a mother of five, who had been on death row for eight years.
Her husband has appealed in particular to Britain, Canada and the United States, claiming that Bibi's life would be in danger as long as she lived in Pakistan.
Bibi was convicted of blasphemy in 2010 after neighbors said she made derogatory remarks about Islam when they objected to her drinking water from their glass because she was not Muslim.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned radical religious groups against using her plight to further their political aims with street protests. The women later said Bibi had insulted the Prophet Muhammad, and she was charged with blasphemy.
Terming the reports as "false and baseless", a spokesperson for the Foreign Office said, "Asiya Bibi has not left Pakistan and she is in the country", Geo News reported.
Pakistani media reported that the embassy had been forced to close because of threats.
The Dutch gave Saif-ul-Malook a temporary stay after he fled Islamabad when violence erupted following the Pakistani Supreme Court's acquittal of Bibi on the charges.
However, the government signed an agreement with the Tehrik-e-Labbaik Pakistan protesters and pledged to take steps to stop Bibi from travelling overseas.
Bibi's case is supported by the Vatican, while Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini recently suggested that Rome was working "discretely" with other Western countries on her case.