According to the Society of Notaries Public of BC website, “the tradition of Notaries goes back over 2000 years – to the dawn of recorded history. Notaries laid down the Codex Hammurabi, the oldest evidence of recorded law. Notaries were also employed by the Catholic Church to guide the light of civilization through the dark ages. The Notary’s reputation for trustworthiness meant that documents retained a stable reliability throughout centuries of upheaval.”

In BC, Notaries are governed by the Notaries Act of BC and are unique as they sanctioned by law to provide non-contentious legal services to the general public.

As a Notary Public, Vicki sees hundreds of different types of documents that require notarial services. Notarizing documents is at the heart of what a Notary Public does. Some documents that may require a notarial services include but are not limited to:

  • Certified True Copy of an Original Document ( e.g. birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate, a will etc. )
  • Unregistered Vehicle Declaration for ICBC ( e.g. ATV, boat trailer, trailer, car, motorbike, etc. )
  • Insurance Loss Declaration
  • Health Care Declarations
  • Travel Consent Forms for Minors ( we can provide you with a blank form to complete and return to sign with the Notary )
  • Statutory Declarations
  • Affidavits for All Documents required at a Public Registry within BC
  • Proof of Identity for Travel Purposes
  • Real Estate documents from other cities and provinces
  • Letters of Invitation for Foreign Travel


Please contact our office on 604-946-0588 to book an appointment. If you reach our voice mail, we are attending to other clients but kindly leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.

Identity Requirements

Please bring 2 pieces of valid, government-issued ID with you. One of these ID’s must contain your photo. Examples of acceptable ID’s include a
driver’s license, Nexus, Passport, SIN card, or Health Care card.