Vancouver Police confirmed they are investigating a bomb threat at the Jewish Community Centre.
Police were called around 9 p.m. to the building on West 41st Avenue and Oak Street Tuesday night.
They evacuated the building as a safety precaution.
Investigators searched the centre and no explosives devices were found.
Workers and guests were able to return to the building a short time later.
The investigation is continuing.
There have been similar incidents at Jewish centres across the country and south of the border.
In Toronto, police responded to reports of a threatening phone call made to the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre on Tuesday. More than 600 people were evacuated from the building as a specialized unit searched the area. The centre was shut down for several hours but police did not find anything suspicious.
In the U.S., there have also been more bomb threats at Jewish community centres and schools. Fourteen threats have been made by phone or email in 10 states in a 24-hour period, bringing the total since January to 135.