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Food Asset Map

COVID-19 Update

The listings for low cost and free meals in the Food Asset Maps below are no longer up to date due to COVID-19. Please check these temporary COVID-19 Emergency Food Services and Community Supports Maps instead. They will be regularly updated as new information from organizations are obtained. Consider getting in touch with the organizations to confirm the dates and times of service as this information can change quickly.

Vancouver COVID-19 Emergency Meals Map 

Print version of Vancouver emergency meals map

Richmond COVID-19 Emergency Meals Map

North Shore COVID-19 Food Map

Also see: COVID-19 North Shore grocery store list andNorth Shore free / low-cost groceries and prepared meals

VCH public health dietitians have partnered with Vancouver Neighbourhood Food Networks, North Shore Table Matters Network, Squamish Food Policy Council, UBC Land and Food Systems students and instructors, the City of Vancouver and Fresh Roots to create Food Asset Maps. The maps below highlight food assets located in local communities. Food assets are places where people can grow, prepare, share, buy, receive or learn about food. Community organizations and schools are included on the map because they are places where community members can get support with learning and health or connect with others in their community.


This map will continually be improved and updated with the help of community members and partners. If you would like to add an asset to the Vancouver map please email with the following information of the asset: Full name, website name and URL, phone number, email, and physical address including postal code.

View Vancouver Food Asset Map


Richmond Public Health, in partnership with Richmond Food Security Society, UBC Land and Food Systems, and the City of Richmond, have developed a food asset map, which is a snapshot of food-related resources, to better serve our community.  Please take this 1 minute survey after viewing the map. We'd love to hear from you! If you notice any updates that are needed, or if you have any suggestions or questions for the Richmond Food Asset Map please email us at

View Richmond Community Food Asset Map


Sunshine Coast Public Health with help from One Straw Society have developed a simple resource that allows members of our community to find current food assets anywhere between Pender Harbour and Port Mellon. If you would like to add or update a Food Asset please email

View Sunshine Coast Food Asset Map

Suggestions or questions for the North Shore Map? Contact

View North Shore Community Food Asset Map

Suggestions and questions for the Squamish-Lillooet Map? Contact

View Squamish-Lillooet Food Asset Map

Goals for the maps

  1. To provide a tool to community members and partners for locating community food assets that is current, easy to use and easily updated.

  2. To build community capacity to support community members dealing with food insecurity*.

  3. To make it easier for community partners to view and use community food assets strategically.

*Community food security exists when “… all community residents obtain a safe, personally acceptable, nutritious diet through a sustainable food system that maximizes healthy choices, community self-reliance and equal access for everyone” (Hamm and Bellows, 2003)

How to use the food map

English food map instructions / Food asset map glossary / English instructional video

Instructions for using a Google Map without Internet

Using the food map on a Smartphone with a Gmail account

Promotional materials

Vancouver food asset map poster

Vancouver food asset Map business card

SOURCE: Food Asset Map ( )
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