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How to Shop and Shopping in Canada
When you travel to different cities or countries you have to buy or rent almost everything. You can only pack
and bring a certain amount of personal products, clothes and electronics. When you travel - eventually you
have to purchase food, accommodation, transportation, and other products and services. This is some shopping
information to help you when you travel to Canada and have to shop. There are links to additional
"How to shop articles" to help you make purchase decisions when shopping in Canada.
How to Shop in Canada
When shopping in Canada remember the price you see is not the final price! In Canada
there are two taxes the GST (Federal Government Goods and Services Tax) and the PST
(Provincial Sales Tax). The GST is the same rate all over Canada, the PST is the local
rate for the province and yes they are all different.
Buying junk to save a few dollars is not a good idea.
In Canada there are real name brand products, fake name brand products and cloned
products. In Canada it is illegal to sell pirate goods however many fast-buck operators
sell these goods to try and make profits from the good reputations of the legitimate
high-quality name-brand products.
Using consumer reports to evaluate products
In Canada shoppers have the opportunity of using consumer reports to evaluate products. There
are many books by non-profit testing organizations that test new products every year. The
books are even available free at many libraries across Canada.
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