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    These might be of interest:

    A University Darkroom: http://uwaterloo.ca/environment-comp...ities/darkroom and

    Henry's: http://www.henrys.com/Stores/18-Waterloo.aspx (may not be great for in store stock)

    B & H have a very dependable shipping procedure for shipments to Canada.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    These might be of interest:

    A University Darkroom: http://uwaterloo.ca/environment-comp...ities/darkroom and

    Henry's: http://www.henrys.com/Stores/18-Waterloo.aspx (may not be great for in store stock)

    B & H have a very dependable shipping procedure for shipments to Canada.
    Thank you Sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabino View Post
    Good to hear that. I am moving to Waterloo, ON. Is there a store you can recommend ?

    Thanks !
    Film resources are a bit thin in the K/W-Guelph-Cambridge area. Most camera clubs are digital only. Toronto isn't that far away. Get in touch when you land and we can direct you. Henry's is OK but can sometimes be clueless about chemistry in its smaller stores. FilmPlus in Toronto is worth a call/e-mail: http://www.filmplus.ca/

    Nymoc in Toronto is also worth knowing about: http://www.alternativephotography.co...oc-products-co
    Last edited by CGW; 08-10-2012 at 12:11 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    biggest chain in canada is Henrys.. They don;t generaly stock too many chemicals in the stores but you can ask then to get it from their warehosue. They have an outlet in Kitchener- Waterloo

    Henry's Waterloo

    573 King St. North
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    Phone: (519) 884-4035
    Email: waterloo@henrys.com
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    I still live just beyond the fringe in Stittsville

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGW View Post
    Film resources are a bit thin in the K/W-Guelph-Cambridge area. Most camera clubs are digital only. Toronto isn't that far away. Get in touch when you land and we can direct you. Henry's is OK but can sometimes be clueless about chemistry in its smaller stores. FilmPlus in Toronto is worth a call/e-mail: http://www.filmplus.ca/

    Nymoc in Toronto is also worth knowing about: http://www.alternativephotography.co...oc-products-co

    Thank you CGW ! I will contact you when i land..

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmacd123 View Post
    biggest chain in canada is Henrys.. They don;t generaly stock too many chemicals in the stores but you can ask then to get it from their warehosue. They have an outlet in Kitchener- Waterloo


    Henry's Waterloo

    573 King St. North
    Waterloo, Ontario
    N2L 5Z7

    Phone: (519) 884-4035
    Email: waterloo@henrys.com
    I will try them out as soon as i get there... thanks..

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    Personally I think you should not try to bring any chemicals over the border...very problematic on the way back to the States.
    Why give yourself a whole can of whoopass.

    If you have a wish list send it up to CGW or myself and we can have it ready here . I purchase from Amplis (Ilford), Nymoc and Henrys so anything you need is available. Kodak product is harder to get but not impossible just would take a bit longer .
    Papers as well. just give a heads up.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gabino View Post
    Hi Everyone - I will be relocating to Canada for a year and was thinking of bringing my film development materials including : Xtol (in Solution and Replenished, in bottles), Rodinal (500 mL), Ilford Rapid Fixer, and indicator Stop Bath (Photographer's Formulary). All of these materials will be contained by hard-plastic case and sent off on a moving trailer.

    Will I have any issues with Costumes at the border ?

    Thanks a bunch for your comments !

    Gabriel

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    Thanks Mr Carnei, i will contact you both when i am settled. I have too many other things to take care of first.
    Regards,

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