Thanks for all your replies. I wrote to the TECO office in Vancouver and this is the reply. I am very surprised they need my passport. Has any one else had experience with sending a passport to TECO? I wonder why they would need it since it is such an important document.
Jurisdiction: This office ONLY certifies documents issued or notarized by competent authorities in and for British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut.
If your Canadian RCMP certificate contains finger prints, it is issued form RCMP in Ottawa ON, please contact our Ottawa office for authentication, it’s web: www.roc-taiwan.org/ca
Please have following mail to our office for degree/diploma authentication:
Original diploma (If copy version is provided, it has to be pre-notarized by the Bureau of Consular Affairs in Taiwan; if applying more than one copy of degree authentication, each copy has to be pre-notarized by the Bureau of Consular Affairs)
Application form for authentication, download link: http://www.boca.gov.tw/cp-207-454-a8064-2.html
Letter of authorization, download link: https://www.boca.gov.tw/cp-48-232-6adfb-1.html
Authentication fee: CAD$20/copy (does not need to pay authentication fee, if the diploma was pre-notarized by the Bureau of Consular Affairs in Taiwan)
International returning postage CAD$72
Please purchase a bank draft in Canadian dollar for total payment, payable to: TECO in Vancouver. The bank draft has to have “Magnetic Ink Character Recognition” to meet the deposit requirement of local bank here.
Please refer to our web for detail information:
http://www.roc-taiwan.org/cayvr/post/4138.html (Chinese Version)
http://www.roc-taiwan.org/cayvr_en/post/157.html (English Version)
Remarks: To apply UBC or SFU or KPU or Douglas College or University of Saskatchewan or University of the Fraser Valley University diploma authentication needs to submit a sealed official transcript for verification purpose. Official transcript will be kept as reference file at this office.
TECO in Vancouver