Langara recognizes the importance of vendors and their supporting role in our operations. The College is open to working with new vendors who can fulfill our purchasing needs. Langara uses Bonfire as our procurement portal. On this portal, you can view a summary list of all public opportunities open at the College.

To view all the details and messages for a particular opportunity or to submit to an opportunity, you must log in or register for an account. Langara College also uses BC Bid to post a notice for procurement opportunities.


Please forward invoices to the following address referencing the purchase order number on the document:

Accounts Payable Department
Langara College
100 West 49th Avenue, 
Vancouver BC V6Y& 2Z6


Please deliver goods and materials to the Shipping and Receiving Dock located in the A building.

Langara’s RFx Process

Our competitive process is executed fairly, openly and transparently and in compliance with Langara policies and directives and best procurement practices.

Our tendering process is bounded by Langara's Purchasing policy and guided by Provincial requirements. These include, but are not limited to, the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) and the New West Partnership Trade Agreement (NWPTA).

Any purchases over our established threshold will be publicly posted on Langara’s Bonfire portal with a notice on BC Bid. Other purchases deemed necessary by the College may be sent to a group of vendors or posted publicly.

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Fighting against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains 

In accordance with Bill S-211, Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act, Langara is required to prepare an annual report on the steps taken during the previous financial year to prevent and reduce the risk that forced labour or child labour is used at any step in the production of goods that the entity produced in Canada (or elsewhere) or that the College imported into Canada.

Langara recognizes the importance of identifying and preventing the risk of forced labour and child labour in Canada’s supply chain. We are committed to fostering an institutional culture characterized by leadership in environmental, social, and financial sustainability. Read our report.