Connect North Shore

Information and resources for residents during the COVID-19 pandemic

The City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver and District of West Vancouver are working together to support residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and assist the many social service organizations that are here to help.

Connect North Shore was created to link residents to community resources including information for those in need and volunteer opportunities for those who want to help.

Explore the many services and supports available in your community to assist you during these challenging times.  

Learn more about the volunteer opportunities with local social service organizations responding to the pandemic. 

Learn more about re-opening your business safely and how you can support local business on the North Shore.

North Shore Resource Directory

There are a wide range of services and supports available to North Shore residents who are in need of assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource directory provides links to community service organizations with a focus on those serving the North Shore.

Public Health Information

BC Centre for Disease Control
Find information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community and what to do if you suspect you have the virus.
Visit the BCCDC website.

BC Self-Assessment
The BC Ministry of Health and the BC Centre for Disease Control have developed a self-assessment tool to help determine whether you may need further assessment or testing for COVID-19.
Access the self-assessment tool online. 

How to protect yourself and others and limit the spread of COVID-19:
  • Stay at home if you are sick 
  • Wash your hands with soap and water and refrain from touching shared surfaces
  • Avoid others who are visibly ill 
  • Cover your cough or sneeze, and avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid crowds and maintain a physical distance of 2 metres from other people
Information and resources for residents during the COVID-19 pandemic