Not currently. Canada is considered International. We recommend using a freight forwarder.
About Freight Forwarding:
We recommend the use freight forwarders because we do not ship directly to international locations. Since our products ship from several different locations across the United States, this results in several shipments that can not all be individually shipped to another country. Sending individual shipments to you would result in extremely high shipping charges. Also, shipping transit times vary by manufacturer. A freight forwarder solves this issue by collecting all of the shipments and combining them, then sending 1 international shipment to you. You can Google several options for freight forwarders in the U.S.
How it works:
1) A Freight Forwarder here in the U.S, collects all of the merchandise on your order until everything arrives, then they will send the order in full to the international destination.
2) You will need to contact a Freight Forwarder before placing your order, to get a unique U.S. address that the products will be shipping to.
3) Once you find a freight forwarder to coordinate the international shipment, put the Freight Forwarder's address in the "Ship To" section when checking out on our website.