Taekwondo Canada President Wayne Mitchell has promised that this year's Canada Open competition will be "bigger and better".
The event will take place in Richmond between September 14 and 16 alongside the Canada Para Open.
Both kyorugi and poomsae competitions will take place.
"After five consecutive years of this prestigious tournament, the Canada Open has grown bigger and bigger," said Mitchell.
"At the 2017 Canada Open, a record breaking number of athletes from all over the world visited Canada.
"In 2018 Taekwondo Canada, with the Pan American Taekwondo Union's support, will continue our work and invite all World Taekwondo community members to Canada."
The event will take place at the Richmond Olympic Oval in the British Columbia city.
"The Canada Open International Taekwondo Championships, hosted by Taekwondo Canada and sanctioned by World Taekwondo, will feature over 900 athletes from over 30 countries," said Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie.
"The tournament will allow competing athletes to accumulate points towards their world and Olympic ranking.
"Participating in sports is an integral part of our lives - it teaches us skills, good sportsmanship, team spirit, and commitment.
"I am sure that this event will be enjoyable and exciting, as well as display an extremely high level of competitiveness."