Sarah Chan


As an associate of Toddington International’s Vancouver Headquarters, Sarah provides daily support for the company’s international e-learning division.

Sarah is also an Investigator for Service Canada – Employment and Social Development Canada’s Integrity Services Branch, specializing in the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.  She conducts investigations on employers in order to determine compliance in accordance with the Immigration and Refugee Protection Acts and Regulations (IRPA/IRPA).

Sarah previously worked for Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) at the Vancouver International Mail Centre for over three years, first as a Student Border Services Officer and then subsequently transitioning into an administrative role as an Enforcement Clerk, as well as a Casual Refunds & Processing Clerk.  While working as an officer for CBSA, she interpreted and applied the Customs Act, and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, intercepting and seizing contraband travelling through the mail stream, including a variety of narcotics, prohibited weapons, illegal media, and other forms of impermissible goods, through the use of x-ray detection technology, risk assessments, and inspections.

Education, Certifications, Courses

  • B.A. in Criminology
  • Certificate in Forensic Studies
  • Certificate in Legal Studies
  • Emergency Medical Responder – Tactical Level 1 First Responder (EMRT – 1)
  • Occupational Workplace Health & Safety Committee Best Practices
  • Canadian Firearms Safety Course Certificate
  • Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course Certificate
  • 101E IRT: Using the Internet as an Investigative Research Tool


  • English
  • French
  • Cantonese

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