Cycle Canada Store Shipping Charges, Method and Estimated Time and Taxes
Shipping Charges (in Canadian dollars)
|Region||Code 1||Code 2||Code 3|
What do the Codes Mean?
Jerseys are Code 1. Reflective Triangles and socks are Code 2 and Books such as the CycleCanada Guide are Code 3.
All other items are Code 1
Shipping Method and Time
We aim to ship your order by the next business day after receipt. If we are delayed we will contact you as soon as possible. For Canada and the U.S.A. individual jerseys are shipped by Canada expedited parcel post and the above rates apply per jersey. Shipping time will be 5 - 10 days depending on where you are located. Some will be faster.
If you purchase a jersey, we can ship a small iltem such as socks with a jersey for no additional shipping charge. If you would like to order more than one item, eg two jerseys, we may be able to ship by expedited package post for the prices indicated above. We can ship Expess Post for faster service, please contact us for rates.
For overseas we ship by package post. This may take up to two to three weeks depending on your location.
For large orders or orders you wish to be sent by courier please contact us.
If your purchase is a gift that is being sent to a different address, please let us know. We can include a card with your good wishes.
Please call or write us if you have questions about shipping costs.
There is no tax on goods and shipping charges shipped outside of Canada.
Taxes are charged on goods and shipping and effective July 1, 2010 by province/territory are:
Yukon, NWT, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Quebec - 5% G.S.T.
Prince Edward Island - 5% G.S.T., after April 1, 2013 - 14%
British Columbia 12% HST
Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador- 13% HST
Nova Scotia - 15% HST.
Duty Within North America
Our Jerseys are Canadian or U.S. made. Under NAFTA there is no duty charged for goods made in Canada and sold into the U.S.A. or Mexico. We include a NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) certificate in our jersey shipments. If you have received a shipment that is covered under NAFTA and are charged duty you should present this certificate and apply for a refund.
Other items may have been made outside of North America and duty may apply. Such duty and any tax or service fee on the duty is for the account of the recipient.
Gifts:If you are sending your purchase as a gift outside North America please be aware of the possibility that the item may attract duty and/or taxes. This amount would be paid by the receiver in order to release the items. Since this is in the hands of the authorities in the country of receipt we aren't able to predict or control such charges.
Duty Outside of North America
Shipments Outside of North America may attract duty and local taxes by the recipient governement: Any duty or taxes on that duty is for the account of the recipient of the goods.
Please refer to our exchange and return policies: Returns