The warrant, which was issued earlier this week but applied only in B.C., is now Canada-wide.
A $2,000 reward is also being offered by the college for any information leading to Wu's arrest after he failed to show up for a scheduled court appearance this week.
In May, the college and RCMP officers shut down one of Wu’s clinics, set up in a bedroom of his Burnaby home.
The raid found Wu, who also goes by the name David, was operating in dirty and disorganized conditions, and the college issued a public warning urging Wu's patients to be tested for hepatitis B, hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Despite being shut down, Wu was performing dental work as recently as two weeks ago out of a Coquitlam basement suite, according to affidavits filed in B.C. Supreme Court.
This week, a B.C. Supreme Court justice issued a permanent injunction preventing Wu from performing dental work again in the province.
The college said it believes Wu may be trying to move to Toronto.
An investigator took a photo of a box of dental supplies piled into Wu's leased Acura, which he intended to ship out of the province. A van filled with Wu’s belongings set to be shipped out of the country was also intercepted.