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Information for International Students Travelling to Canada

The following information is for all new and current KPU students who are currently outside of Canada and who wish to travel to Canada. This page was last updated on October 21, 2020.

KPU is following Orders declared by Provincial Health Officer. Regular monitoring of Orders and public health guidance is part of KPU’s routine operations. Plans, protocols, and processes are updated routinely to reflect the dynamic nature of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Travel Exemptions and Restrictions for International Students

To be able to enter Canada as an international student after October 20, 2020, you must meet both of the following requirements:

  1. You must have a valid study permit or a letter of introduction that shows you were approved for a study permit
  2. You must be attending a designated learning institution (DLI) with a COVID-19 readiness plan approved by its province or territory

Your travel to Canada must be deemed essential (non-discretionary) in order for you to enter Canada. As an international student, your travel to Canada will be considered essential (non-discretionary) if you have all of the required documents and your DLI is on the approved list. Your travel to Canada won't be considered essential (non-discretionary) if:

  • Your study program has been cancelled or suspended
  • You're entering Canada for any reason other than to study

When You Travel to Canada

When the border services officer greets you, they will look at several factors, including:

  • Your reason for travelling to Canada
  • Your ability to complete a 14-day quarantine period as soon as you arrive at your final destination
  • If you either
    • Have time to complete your quarantine before you physically attend classes, or
    • Can study online during your quarantine

You must bring:

  • A valid study permit or a port of entry letter of introduction that shows you were approved for a study permit
  • A valid letter of acceptance from KPU
    • KPU also recommends that you request a Letter of Support from KPU to bring with you. Check out the section "What to Do Prior to Travelling to Canada" for further information on how to request a Letter of Support. 
  • Proof that you have enough money to support yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada. 

Additionally, you must:

You will also be required to wear a non-medical mask or face covering during travel, including to the place you'll quarantine. 

Before you travel, you can contact the Border Information Service for more information. A border services officer will make a final decision on your eligibility to enter Canada when you arrive.

If Immediate Family Members Want to Be With You in Canada

Your immediate family members may be able to come with you to Canada. An immediate family member is defined as a:

  • Spouse or common-law partner
  • Dependent child
  • Parent or step-parent
  • Guardian or tutor (a guardian or tutor cares for a foreign national minor child who lives apart from a parent, for example, to attend a secondary school in Canada. The guardian or tutor must be able to prove that they normally live at the same address as the minor child.)

If they travel with you
They don't need written authorization from IRCC to travel with you. However, they must show that their reasons for travel are non-discretionary (non-optional). For example, they'll help you get established and support you in Canada.

If your immediate family member will study or work in Canada
You must submit all of your applications together when you apply online.

If they won't study or work 
They may still need an electronic travel authorization (eTA) or a visitor visa to travel to Canada. If they need a visitor visa, you should include their application when you apply online for your study permit. If they need an eTA, they must apply for one separately. Make sure they follow the special instructions on how to apply for an eTA at this time

If they join you later
If you're already in Canada, or will travel to Canada by yourself first and your family will join you later, what they need to travel to Canada depends on where they're travelling from. Find out what they need to join you in Canada. They may also need an eTA or a visitor visa to travel to Canada. 

International students planning to travel to Canada should clearly understand the laws and regulations of the Government of Canada and the Government of BC prior to making travel plans. While KPU strives to keep this webpage updated, you should always visit the following websites for the most up-to-date information.

Read Next: What Is Quarantine?

What Is Quarantine?

The Government of Canada has implemented an Emergency Order under the Quarantine Act that requires persons entering Canada—whether by air, sea or land—to quarantine (self-isolate) themselves for 14 days even if they are showing no symptoms in order to limit the introduction and spread of COVID-19. The 14-day period begins on the day the person enters Canada. Before confirming plans to travel to Canada, KPU students must share their travel and quarantine plans with KPU. You will also be required to complete the federal ArriveCan application within 48 hours of travel (download ArriveCan on your mobile device through the Apple App Store or Google Play Store prior to travel) and encouraged to complete a BC Self-Isolation Plan.

During the 14-day quarantine period, you must:

  • Go directly to your place of quarantine from the airport using private transportation. Do not make any stops along the way.
  • Stay at your place of quarantine at all times. You are only permitted to leave your place of quarantine if you need to seek medical attention
  • Monitor yourself for any symptoms of COVID-19, including fever, cough, and difficulty breathing
  • Avoid contact with others, even if you do not have any symptoms
  • Practice physical distancing at all times
  • Comply with all the orders of the BC Provincial Health Officer

If you develop symptoms of illness while in quarantine, you must:

  • Isolate yourself from others as soon as you notice your first symptom
  • Call 811 or consult with HealthLink BC to discuss your symptoms and travel history, and follow their instructions carefully
  • Contact KPU International by emailing internationaltransitions@kpu.ca

Note: The 14-day quarantine period starts again if, during your quarantine period, you develop any signs and symptoms of COVID-19, including those noted above. Seek direction from HealthLink BC

For more information on quarantine, consult the following resources:

☎️ Have a phone with you in quarantine

Government of Canada officials may call to verify your compliance with the mandatory quarantine rules during your 14-day quarantine. Please be prepared to answer calls from 1-888-336-7735.

Read Next: What to Do Prior to Travelling to Canada

What to Do Prior to Travelling to Canada

If you are an international KPU student who is currently outside of Canada and you want to travel to Canada, you must:

  1. Meet all the requirements of the Travel Requirements Checklist
  2. Submit your Travel & Quarantine Plan to KPU
  3. Download the iCent App
  4. Fill out the CBSA Voluntary Compliance Portal if you are eligible to do so 

Once you complete the travel requirements checklist and submit your travel & quarantine plan to KPU, you may be eligible to receive a Letter of Support from KPU. A Letter of Support should be presented along with your other documents to the Canada Border Services Agency upon arrival to Canada to help confirm your eligibility to come to Canada. However, a Letter of Support is not a guarantee of entry. A border services officer will make a final decision on your eligibility to enter Canada when you arrive.

Travel Requirements Checklist

Only students who can meet all the requirements on this checklist should consider travelling to Canada.

Travel Requirements Checklist
☐ I am eligible to travel to Canada based on the current travel restrictions
☐ I have read the latest guidelines on mandatory quarantine
☐ I have secured accommodations for the 14-day quarantine period
Please refer to the "Accommodation" section under "Resources for Your Arrival" for guidelines on accommodations
☐ I have secured suitable private transportation from the airport to my accommodations
☐ I have a credit card that will work in Canada
You will need a credit card that works in Canada to order food and groceries online.
☐ I have secured medical insurance coverage for the duration of my stay in Canada prior to the start of classes
Your temporary medical insurance coverage with KPU does not begin until the September 1, 2020. You must secure medical insurance to cover you for any time you are in Canada before this date.
I can meet the technology requirements for online delivery of KPU classes (tablet/computer with internet connection) once I am in Canada, and understand that classes and KPU services will continue to be online for the duration of the semester
See more under the "Technological Requirements to Support Online Delivery of Classes" section under "Resources for Your Arrival in Canada"

Travel & Quarantine Plan

KPU needs to know how you are travelling to Canada, when you are arriving, and where you will be staying during your quarantine period. To inform KPU, submit the Travel & Quarantine Plan webform at least 2 weeks prior to your intended arrival date in Canada.

iCent App

The KPU International iCent app helps new international students stay connected to KPU International. You will need access to iCent in order to check-in with KPU International upon arrival in Canada and throughout your quarantine period. Please install the app on your mobile device before you travel to Canada. iCent is free and available for download on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

CBSA Voluntary Compliance Portal

Decrease Your Wait Time at YVR—Use the VC Portal Before Arrival!

The Voluntary Compliance Portal (VC Portal) is an expedited processing online form that new international students can fill out before travelling to Vancouver International Airport (YVR) to notify the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) that you’re coming. This helps the CBSA review and prepare your study permit documents before your arrival to Canada, which decreases the time you need to spend at the airport. If you are eligible, we highly recommend that you use the VC Portal.

Eligibility
If you meet the following criteria, you should use the VC Portal:

  • Your initial entry into Canada will be at YVR (If you are landing at a different airport in Canada, e.g. Toronto Pearson International Airport, and coming to Vancouver International Airport on a connecting flight, you won’t be eligible to use the VC Portal)
  • You have a pre-approved study permit application from IRCC
  • You are able to fill out the VC Portal at least 72 hours in advance of your arrival at YVR

Directions

  • At least 72 hours in advance of your arrival to YVR, go to the VC Portal and submit your information
    • It is only mandatory to include your Unique Client Identifier (UCI), Last Name, Planned Date of Arrival to Vancouver, and Arriving Flight Number. All other fields are optional, but it’s recommended that you fill out as many fields as possible.

Read Next: What to Do Upon Arrival in Canada

What to Do Upon Arrival in Canada

Check-in with KPU International

  • Immediately upon arrival, submit the "Confirmation of Arrival" form, available through the iCent app, to inform KPU International that you have arrived in Canada. 
  • During your quarantine, check-in on a daily basis with KPU International by using the "Daily Check-In" form, available through the iCent app. These daily check-ins help us to confirm that you are remaining in your place of isolation and to inform us of any symptoms you may be facing.

Quarantine (self-isolate) for a minimum of 14 days

The 14-day quarantine period begins on the day you enter Canada. During the 14-day quarantine period, you must:

  • Go directly to your place of quarantine from the airport. Do not make any stops along the way.
  • Stay at your place of quarantine at all times. You are only permitted to leave your place of quarantine if you need to seek medical attention
  • Monitor yourself for any symptoms of COVID-19, including fever, cough, and difficulty breathing
  • Avoid contact with others, even if you do not have any symptoms
  • Practice physical distancing at all times
  • Comply with all the orders of the BC Provincial Health Officer

What to do if you develop symptoms of illness while in quarantine

If you start to develop symptoms of illness while in quarantine, you must:

  • Isolate yourself from others as soon as you notice your first symptom
  • Call 811 or consult with HealthLink BC to discuss your symptoms and travel history, and follow their instructions carefully
  • Contact KPU International by emailing internationaltransitions@kpu.ca

What to do when the 14-day quarantine period is over 

Read Next: Resources for Your Arrival in Canada

Resources for Your Arrival in Canada

In this section, you'll find valuable resources to help you navigate your arrival to Canada and your first few weeks in quarantine.

Scroll down or click to navigate to a specific section.

Accommodations

Your accommodations must meet quarantine requirements by allowing you to safely isolate from others. Acceptable accommodations include: 

  • Private residence with no shared living spaces
    • A private residence can be your own home in Canada or a residence provided by a friend or family member. However, for the private residence to meet quarantine requirements, you cannot be living with anyone else at this residence—you cannot share a room, bathroom, kitchen, entrance, or any other living space with another individual (including friends, family, roommates, or others). 
  • Hotel
  • Student accommodations
  • Homestay

If you do not yet have a place to safely quarantine, you can consider the following options. All prices are approximate and listed in Canadian dollars.
Please note: this information is being provided as a courtesy to students. The listed properties are not subject to any form of University inspection. KPU does not take responsibility for off-campus rental accommodation.

Accommodations Location Rates Isolation Package Meals Point of Contact for Inquiries Contact for Reservations Notes
Cypress Accommodations (Student Residences) 1155 W Pender St, Vancouver From $1,285 for 4 weeks Yes No, but kitchen is available for use Raphaela Gomes sales.support@cympressaccommodations.com Mention KPU when booking. Brand new residences opening on August 1, 2020.
GEC Residences (Student Residence) 7657 Cambie St / 1311 Howe St, Vancouver From $1,160 for 2 weeks or FREE for initial 14 days when booking a minimum of 6 months Yes No Danika Wong danika@GECLiving.com Free Self-Isolation for GEC Students
Casa Vancouver Varies Varies Yes Varies     Homestay and private suite options
Hilton Vancouver Airport Hotel 7551 Westminster Highway, Richmond $100 per night Yes Breakfast $12.50; Lunch $14.50; Dinner $25.00 per day Andy Lee, Director of Sales yvrah-salesadm@hilton.com Quote Languages Canada
Marriott Vancouver Airport 7552 Westminster Highway, Richmond $100 per night Yes Breakfast $12.50; Lunch $14.50; Dinner $25.00 per day Karen Caporale, Sales Executive reservations@vancouver-marriott.com Quote Languages Canada
Sheraton Vancouver Airport 7553 Westminster Highway, Richmond $100 per night Yes Breakfast $12.50; Lunch $14.50; Dinner $25.00 per day Karen Caporale, Sales Executive reservations@sheratonvancouverairport.com

Quote Languages Canada

Executive Hotel Vancouver Airport 7311 Westminster Highway $89 per night Yes Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner - $39 per day Maswood Schah, National Director of Sales dos.richmond@executivehotels.net

Quote Languages Canada Self-Isolation Rates

Carmana Plaza 1128 Alberni St, Vancouver $140 per night Yes No, but Urban Fare (grocery store across the street) can do delivery service   info@carmanaplaza.com  
Sandman Vancouver Airport Hotel 3233 St Edwards Drive, Richmond $55 per night Yes Breakfast $10; Lunch $15; Dinner $20 per day Sylvia Jung, Director of Sales res_richmond@sandman.ca

Quote Group Code "898537"

Travelodge by Wyndham 3071 St Edwards Drive, Richmond $69 per night Yes No   Call: 604 278 5155  
Executive Hotel Le Soleil 567 Hornby St, Vancouver From $1,200 for 2 weeks No, weekly stay rate Dinner - $30 per day; in-room dining available; food delivery services required   reservations@hotellesoleil.com  
Century Plaza 1015 Burrard St, Vancouver $127 per night Yes No   Book online or by email at reserve@century-plaza.com 14 day extended stay rate
Civic Hotel Autograph Collection by Marriott 13475 Central Ave, Surrey (Skytrain 2min walk)  From $105 per night  Yes In-room service available. Mini fridge available upon request.  Jillian Elijah Jillian.Elijah@civichotel.ca Email for reservation and mention "KPU." Or, book online at civichotel.ca using promo code LTS. $65 flat rate for transportation from YVR to hotel (arrange with Jillian). 

Transportation Options

You must arrange private transportation (no public transit) from your point of arrival to your place of quarantine. If you are coming to Canada by flight to YVR airport, please consider one of the following options. 

  • Pick-up by family or friend in a private vehicle
  • Taxis — taxis and wheelchair-accessible vehicles are available at taxi stands located on Level 2 of the Domestic and International Arrivals Area at YVR. 
  • Ride App Services, such as Uber or Lyft

Insurance Coverage

You will have medical insurance coverage in Canada starting September 1, provided that you are registered for classes for Fall 2020. (New international students are automatically enrolled in KPU's Temporary Medical Insurance Plan, administered by guard.me.)

However, if you are planning to arrive in Canada before September 1, you must purchase additional early arrival coverage. We recommend that you purchase the additional early arrival coverage through guard.me for seamless comprehensive coverage. Purchase this additional coverage through guard.me directly: https://www.guard.me/kpu/department/early-arrivals. Having the right medical and travel insurance is critical to avoid unnecessary financial burdens. Without insurance, medical and emergency care in Canada and abroad can be extremely expensive.

Please note: Your medical insurance coverage does not cover costs associated with self-isolation or quarantine, such as accommodation, food, and entertainment. For a full overview of what is covered under your plan, visit the guard.me website directly.

Packing List

It's important to prepare your essentials for quarantine as much as possible prior to travelling to Canada—remember, you have to go straight to your place of quarantine upon arrival in Canada, and you cannot leave it except for urgent medical attention. Here's a 14-day quarantine packing list to help you get started. Add on or customize as needed.

Documents* Essentials Clothing Nice to Haves

☐ Airline ticket

☐ Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, face wash, deodorant, floss, as needed) ☐ 2 weeks' worth of tops (include long and short sleeve options) ☐ A book to read
☐ Passport ☐ Menstrual products (pads/tampons as needed) ☐ 2 weeks' worth of bottoms (include pants, shorts, and/or skirt options) ☐ Deck of cards if you enjoy playing solo card games
☐ Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) if applicable ☐ Hand sanitizer (pack at least 1 travel-size bottle in your carry-on luggage) ☐ 2 weeks' worth of undergarments and socks ☐ A journal to keep your thoughts in
☐ Valid study permit or port of entry letter that you were approved for a study permit before March 18, 2020 ☐ Shampoo, conditioner, and soap (pack in checked luggage if over 100ml) ☐ Sweaters or hoodies ☐ Pre-downloaded movies/tv-shows on your tablet/laptop in case WiFi stops working at your place of quarantine
☐ Proof of finances ☐ Shaving products (pack in checked luggage if sharp/bladed) ☐ Jacket ☐ Pictures of home and your family
☐ Letter of Acceptance/Confirmation of Enrollment from KPU ☐ Laptop/tablet + charger ☐ Exercise clothes ☐ Favourite non-perishable foods
☐ Letter of Support from KPU ☐ Cellphone + charger ☐ Pyjamas  
☐ Contact information for your host institution (KPU) ☐ Adaptor for Canadian electrical outlets (120V) ☐ Shoes (include formal, athletic, and casual options)  
☐ Printed copy of your quarantine plan ☐ Credit card that works in Canada (cash is not accepted for online orders of take-out food or grocery delivery) ☐ Belts/accessories as needed  
☐ Proof that you're travelling for a non-discretionary purpose ☐ Thermometer    
  ☐ 1 box of disposable gloves, with several pairs packed in your carry-on luggage (nitrile is preferred)    
  ☐ Credit card that works in Canada (cash is not accepted for online orders of take-out food or grocery delivery)    
  ☐ 60 disposable facemasks or 30 disposable face masks + 1 reusable cloth face mask (pack at least 2 masks in your carry-on luggage)     
  ☐ Minimum 1 month's worth of any prescribed medications or vitamins you need to take    
  ☐ Disinfectant wipes (pack several in your carry-on luggage)    

*Make sure you have these documents available when you arrive in your carry-on luggage. You will be required to present these to a Canada Border Services Agent when going through Canadian customs and immigration.

Important Contacts

Emergencies

Call 9-1-1 if you require emergency assistance from ambulance, fire, or police.

COVID-19 Support (non-medical)

Get information and non-medical COVID-19 support from the BC CDC.

Phone: Call the BC CDC at 1-888-268-4219 (7:30AM - 8PM daily)

Website: http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19

Self-Assessment Tool and BC COVID-19 App: https://bc.thrive.health/

Medical Information and Advice

Call 8-1-1 to reach HealthLink BC. For deaf or hearing impaired (TTY), call 7-1-1. HealthLink BC provides free, confidential health information and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Website: https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/

Poison Control

Call Poison Control immediately at 1-800-567-8911 toll-free in B.C. or 604-682-5050 in Greater Vancouver if you are concerned about a possible poisoning or exposure to a toxic substance.

Website: http://www.dpic.org/

Alcohol & Drug Information

Call 1-800-663-1441 toll-free in BC or 604-660-9382 in Greater Vancouver for free, confidential information and referral services for substance use issues (alcohol or other drugs). Multilingual services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Website: https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/mental-health-substance-use/resources/adirs

Suicide Prevention

The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC provides confidential, non-judgemental, free emotional support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including thoughts of suicide.

Call 1-800-734-2433 if you considering suicide or are concerned about someone who is.

Call 310-6789 for mental health support, emotional support, and mental health information and resources

Website: https://crisiscentre.bc.ca/

KPU International

You can contact KPU International for non-emergency travel and study related support (contact 9-1-1 for emergencies). 

Phone: +1-604-599-2866 (Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri 1PM-4PM) 
Email: internationaltransitions@kpu.ca 

Mental Health Support & KPU Student Resources

Travelling to a different country and staying quarantined for 14 days can be challenging, so don't hesitate to reach out and take care of your mental health. There are many resources available to you as a KPU student.

KPU Student Resources - Quick Guide
Due to COVID-19, services for students have transitioned online. The following webpage lists links to connect you with online resources throughout KPU. 
Visit: https://www.kpu.ca/current-students/covid-19-resources

KPU Counselling Services
Phone: 604-599-2828
Email: counsellor@kpu.ca
Website: kpu.ca/counselling

KPU Keep.meSAFE/MySSP
Keep.meSAFE provides all KPU students with 24/7 professional counselling in multiple languages. You can access Keep.meSAFE anytime by calling or using the app.
Learn more: https://www.kpu.ca/keepmesafe

KPU Peer Support Program
The Kwantlen Student Association (KUSA) can help connect you with support from a trained volunteer who is a student just like you.
Learn more: http://www.kusa.ca/peersupport/

Crisis Centre of BC
The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC provides confidential, non-judgemental, free emotional support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including thoughts of suicide.
Phone: 604-872-3311 or 1-800-784-2433
Online Chat: https://crisiscentrechat.ca/
Website: https://crisiscentre.bc.ca/get-help/

Here2Talk
Free, confidential 24/7 counselling and community referral services for BC's post-secondary students.
Phone: 604-642-5212 or 1-877-857-3397
Website: https://here2talk.ca/ 

The Quarantine Student Connection
The Quarantine Student Connection is a professionally monitored, weekly student support group via videoconferencing. Students lead the 30-minute session with support from a mental health professional by sharing experiences and coping strategies, while also educating each other on ways to improve their overall health and wellnesss. Students gain the mental health benefit from virtual “check-ups” and staying socially connected. Sessions are in English, and registration is required.
Registration Link: https://www.guard.me/wellness_and_learning_initiatives.php

Anti-Racism Resources and COVID-19 Stigma Support

If you experience racism, stigma because of COVID-19, or other discrimination, there is support available to help you, and actions that you can take. Please remember that you have the right to be treated with dignity and respect at all times. You have the right to be safe. 

Learn More About Anti-Racism and COVID-19 Stigma

Where You Can Get Support

  • Hate Crimes in BC by ResilienceBC
    • Learn how to take action if you are a victim of racism or hate, or if you witness a racist or hate incident. Available in Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), French, Arabic, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.
  • Student Rights & Responsibilities Office at KPU
    • The Student Rights and Responsibilities Office helps foster a respectful, engaging, and collaborative environment at KPU. SRRO can help with Conflict Resolution, Mediation, and Restorative Dialogues. 
  • Here2Talk by the Province of British Columbia  
    • Here2Talk connects students with mental health support when they need it. Through this program, all students currently registered in a B.C. post-secondary institution have access to free, confidential counselling and community referral services, conveniently available 24/7 via app, phone and web.

Internet and Bandwidth

If pursuing your studies online is not possible from your home country due to internet restrictions or bandwidth limitations, we recommend that you have documentation to support this. Here are some websites you can use to test your internet and bandwith:

Please note: this information is being provided as a courtesy to students. The listed services are not subject to any form of University inspection. KPU does not take responsibility for off-campus services.

Technological Requirements to Support Online Delivery of Classes

All students registered for the Fall 2020 semester at KPU must meet the minimum technological requirements for online course delivery. If you can't meet the requirements listed below, you should not be enrolled in courses for the fall semester.

Technological Requirements

  • Access to a laptop, personal computer, or tablet (a cellphone is not sufficient)
  • Access to reliable internet 

Note for Computer Aided Design and Drafting program students only: The minimum technological requirements to take CADD and CADA classes are above and beyond what's listed here. Please visit the CADD Technologies page to see the minimum technological requirements for CADD and CADA classes and ensure that you meet them.

Please visit the Registration Guide for more information regarding the Fall 2020 academic term.

Meal Plans and Grocery Delivery Options

Even if your place of quarantine doesn't offer meal plans, you cannot leave your place of quarantine to buy groceries or go eat at a restaurant. Luckily, there are many meal and grocery options in Greater Vancouver that now offer contactless delivery. We recommend that you browse the following list to explore your options. You will need a credit card that works in Canada to use these services as they will not accept cash. 
Please note: this information is being provided as a courtesy to students. The listed services are not subject to any form of University inspection. KPU does not take responsibility for off-campus services.

Service Provider Type Website Notes
Uber Eats Takeout Food Delivery https://www.ubereats.com/ca  
Skip the Dishes Takeout Food Delivery https://www.skipthedishes.com/  
Door Dash Takeout Food Delivery https://www.doordash.com/en-US  
Fantuan Takeout Food Delivery https://www.fantuan.ca/delivery/en/ Website/app also available in Chinese
Instacart Grocery Delivery https://www.instacart.ca/  
Save-On-Foods Grocery Delivery https://www.saveonfoods.com/shop-online-how-it-works/ Minimum order of $40 for delivery
T&T Supermarket Grocery Delivery https://www.tntsupermarket.com/ Website/service also available in Chinese
Spud Grocery Delivery https://www.spud.ca/ Each delivery area has free delivery once a week. Delivery is also free for most orders over $35
Stong's Market Grocery Delivery https://stongs.com/ Delivery available to Bowen Island, Vancouver, and North and West Vancouver only
Yogi's Kitchen Meal Delivery https://www.yogiskitchen.ca/ Ready-to-eat Indian-style meals
Fresh Prep Meal Kit Delivery https://www.freshprep.ca/ Ready-to-cook meal kits with pre-measured ingredients. You will need access to a kitchen to prepare these meals.
Chef's Plate Meal Kit Delivery https://www.chefsplate.com/ Ready-to-cook meal kits with pre-measured ingredients. You will need access to a kitchen to prepare these meals.
Hello Fresh Meal Kit Delivery https://www.hellofresh.ca/ Ready-to-cook meal kits with pre-measured ingredients. You will need access to a kitchen to prepare these meals.
Good Food Meal Kit Delivery https://www.makegoodfood.ca/en/home Ready-to-cook meal kits with pre-measured ingredients. You will need access to a kitchen to prepare these meals.