Many businesses have taken to delivery services after stores and restaurants closed their doors when provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, banned gatherings over 50 people.
This list will be updated as changes are made:
Grocery delivery services
An independent service delivering groceries from stores and pharmacies such as Real Canadian Superstore, Shoppers Drugmart and M&M Food Market. Prices depend on delivery times and how much is spent.
Shoppers can order groceries online and have them delivered to their homes. Delivery times are based on availability.
Medication delivery services
London Drugs offers prescription delivery as well as prescription refills that can be delivered to your door. Customers are asked to call their local stores for availability and convenience for the service.
Pet food delivery services
Orders made online ship to all Canadian provinces with free delivery for orders over $49.
Prepared meal services
Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels is a volunteer-run service that delivers hot and frozen meals to the elderly or people who are ill. Service depends on volunteer numbers with prices varying from locations.
Restaurant food delivery services
During the pandemic, the company is supplying all delivery people with free gloves and sanitizer. Orders are made through the phone app or on their website.
A food delivery service, which partners with many Asian restaurants. Orders need to be made on the phone app.
Skip The Dishes
Cash pay options on all orders are suspended for now with only contactless payments availble. Orders can be made through the phone app or on their website.
Food delivery service with some locations offering 24-hour service. Orders can be made through the phone app or on their website.