We have taken the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously in our plans for re-opening the school. Our re-opening will consist of new implemented measures to protect the well-being and health of staff and students. The health of our staff and students is of utmost importance to us. Until it is safe to resume normal classes, our classes will look a little different for the time being.
We will offer a blend of online and on campus classes with a reduced size of 5 students per classroom to practice social distancing
New Sickness Policy
Health and Safety Measures
CNC Plan for International students traveling to Canada
Dear student, please read the following plan for your upcoming trip to Canada, if you have any questions please contact our International students support email email@example.com and use the subject “Arrival Plan”
Before you travel students are required to:
Students who are able to obtain a medical clearance letter/certificate and a COVID-19 or antibody test are required to bring it with them when they travel to Canada. Negative COVID-19 tests will not change the requirement to self-isolate on arrival; this is mandatory for all travellers arriving into Canada.
All travellers must download and complete the Canadian government’s ArriveCAN application for
approval prior to their arrival on a paper form, web-based form or using an electronic App (available for
iPhone and Android).
In addition, the student must submit an electronic MANDATORY Self-Isolation Plan for their
province in advance:
In addition to regular packing requirements, students should also bring –
In your carry-on luggage, also bring at least 2 masks, several pairs of gloves, a travel-sized bottle of
hand-sanitizer and disinfecting wipes.
Please also make sure you have the following documents available when you arrive in your carry-on
hotel name and address, and airport pickup service
Student Travel Plan:
On the day of travel, complete and sign the Declaration on Departure included in this document.
While en route to their destination, students are expected to:
Student Arrival Plan:
Upon arrival in Canada the student should proceed through the airport while maintaining physical distancing.
The student must have the documents outlined under ‘Packing’ ready to provide to Canada Border
Services. The student will also be required to undergo a screening by a border services or quarantine
officer who assess travellers for symptoms.
Upon arrival at the final destination airport:
“Safe Arrival” Protocol
Quarantine (Self-Isolation) Plan:
As part of the Quarantine Act, travelers to Canada are required to self-isolate for 14 days. This means that students will have to stay in their own room for 14 days and avoid contact with (keep a 2 metre distance from) others. The homestay family or hotel will provide students with food, clean linens, a comfortable room and access to them via text message, FaceTime and other remote communication.
products. Flush the toilet with the lid down. In hotels, in accordance with each hotel’s “Safe Stay”
protocols, clean the bathroom regularly with household cleaning products.
school or into other public areas. In hotels, always wear a mask outside your room. When using
the hotel elevator, ask other guests to let you be alone; outside, you can stay in a private place in
the hotel patio.
resemble COVID-19, ask your host to help you complete an online self-assessment to determine
if you need further assessment or testing.
and all of your clothes should be washed separately from other people’s laundry. You will need to
wash and fold your own laundry.
surfaces such as doorknobs, countertops, dressers, and other surfaces at least once a day.
those belonging to others.
outside your door when you are finished. Do not share dishes, drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils.
Students are reminded that while these instructions and protocols may seem overwhelming, they are here to remind them to be careful of their contact with others during the 14-day quarantine.
Students are encouraged to reach out to their host family for assistance.
Students are reminded that quarantine (self-isolation) is a requirement of the Quarantine Act and is not optional.
After arriving in Canada, Government of Canada officials will call the student to monitor compliance with the mandatory quarantine. The student must be prepared to answer calls from 1-855-906-5585 or 613-221-3100. IMPORTANT: When contacting you during quarantine to ensure compliance, the Canadian
Under new requirements for air travel that take effect February 22, 2021, when a student arrives in Canada, they must take a COVID-19 test before leaving the airport and spend 3 days in quarantine at a federal government-authorized hotel. With a clear test result, the student can proceed to the quarantine site identified in their quarantine plan. Ten-days into their quarantine, the student will use a take-home test provided at their arrival in Canada. A further clear result is required before leaving quarantine at 14 days.
The list of government-authorized hotels will be available to students on February 18, 2020
If a case turns up at CNC campus, Case Management and Communication Plan
In the event there is a positive case of COVID-19 at CNC, we will follow the protocols established by the established by the Provincial and Federal Health and Government authorities. Employees and students who have been in contact with affected person or working on the same campus will be notified straight away and will need to isolate for 14 days and follow the protocols below: When managing any cases of COVID-19 affecting CNC students and staff, we will promptly inform the Vancouver Health authority and take the required steps, including: contacting and supporting any affected students, teachers, staff and visitors; updating the affected CNC staff and students through social media and the our website; posting public notices in building CNC COVID-19 Safety Plan 110-668 Seymour Street, Vancouver campus entrances and public spaces; and closing any campuses as directed/if required by local health officials.
Government will never ask you for financial information.