Health & Safety

Student Health
& Safety Portal

Canadian Tourism College students have access to a broad range of services including mental health support, social events, and accommodation and transportation services for students arriving in Canada.

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Downloadable Documents

COVID-19 Student Safety Guide

This guide outlines the measures that Canadian Tourism College is implementing to protect the health and safety of faculty and students.

COVID-19 Safety Plan

Plrease review the Canadian Tourism College Safety Plan for the Vancouver campus located at 200 – 1111 Melville St., Vancouver, BC.

COVID-19 Restart Plan

This COVID-19 Restart Plan for receiving international students and accompanying family member(s) has been prepared to ensure the health and safety of staff, instructors, international students, domestic students and the community at large. Please view the restart plan below


Consent and Waiver Form

As part of Canadian Tourism College safety measures and for the benefit of the broader Canadian Tourism College community including fellow students, Canadian Tourism College is asking students that will be using the Facilities to carefully review and complete the form below.


Canadian Tourism College has secured socially distant accommodation for all students arriving in Canada in accordance with Public Health guidelines and Languages Canada. Students have the option of choosing to stay with a Canadian Tourism College homestay family, at a Canadian Tourism College residence or airport hotels in Toronto. Upon arrival in Canada, all international students will be required to self-isolate for 14 days, as per government regulations.

Taking care of your
physical and mental health

During COVID, mental health issues such as loneliness, depression, anxiety, self-image, relationships, stress or addiction can become magnified. 

To help start the conversation, Canadian Tourism College has been hosting weekly wellness sessions and now offers 24/7 mental health support by phone, email or chat.

For more information about upcoming sessions or to simply to talk, contact Wendy at 905-409-8728 or email

All calls and services are free, private and confidential.


  • Keep.meSAFE offers free service in your preferred language for help with many things including; stress, anxiety, feeling alone, culture shock, feeling homesick and more. 
  • It is a safe and confidential service that you can access for FREE at any time of the day or night from your mobile device or computer. 
  • Watch the video to see how it works. 
  • Download the My SSP app from the Apple Store.
  • Download the My SSP app from the Google Play Store.

Important links

B.C.’s Response to COVID-19
Government of BC – Status of cases, mental health links, and many other resources
BC Centre for Disease Control
Government of BC – Covid-19 health resources, prevention, cleaning tips, and many other resources
British Columbia COVID-19
Government of BC – App downloads, self-assessment tools, BC Covid-19 app
Vancouver Coastal Health
Information, self-assessment tools, guides, and many other resources
Common Questions about COVID-19
Find answers to some of the most common questions about COVID-19.
What to do if you are sick
If you have COVID-19, or think you might have it, help prevent spreading by following these instructions
What is contact tracing?
Contact tracing is an important tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Information about COVID-19 testing
B.C. has expanded testing to find new cases and prevent spread of COVID-19 in the community.

Public Health Agency of Canada
Covid-19 main page. Links to travel restrictions, exemptions and advice, prevention and risks, outbreak situation, and many more resources including ArriveCan app 

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