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    slavenya slavenya
    BPL Member

    @slavenya

    Locale: Israel

    Hi Guys,

    Could you please give your recommendations about the follows:
    Is there any good Canadian Online retailer?
    Is there US retailer that will ship to Canada with modest shipping rates?

    Regards,

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    Ryan P. Murphy
    BPL Member

    @rmurphy

    Locale: Virginia

    One of the best Canadian retailers (with good house brand stuff too) is Mountain equipment co-op.

    http://www.mec.ca

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    Kyle Rosenberger
    Member

    @kyler55

    Locale: Greater Yellowstone

    prolitegear.com ships to Canada

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    nanook ofthenorth
    BPL Member

    @nanookofthenorth

    I`ve had good luck with smaler retailers or some of the large ones. Usualy if their normal sized and they quote you something excessive you can usually get a fair price on shipping by asking for regular post.
    I should add that Prolite gear is not one of those retailers.

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    David Ure
    Member

    @familyguy

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    David Lewis
    BPL Member

    @davidlewis

    Locale: Nova Scotia, Canada

    Retailer of what? What are you wanting to purchase? I'm from Canada and I buy almost everything from BPL, GG, and MLD… but those are one of a kind items you can't buy anywhere else. For general stuff, I've bought stuff from Prolite and even REI once. The most obvious answer is the MEC. The only reason I don't buy anything online from the MEC is because I'm lucky enough to have one in my home town.

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    Steven Evans
    BPL Member

    @steve_evans

    Locale: Canada

    Like David, I have an MEC across the street – I was just there today in fact.

    But, when it comes to the UL stuff, you just have to suck it up and pay. I have dealt with most of the cottage manufactureres and haven't had any shipping problems other then having to pay fees when the item gets here.

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    David Ure
    Member

    @familyguy

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