Sandra, yes, they will ship to Canada
Their order form includes the US and Canada, and they even say they'll ship elsewhere if you contact them first. One unique thing about their order system is that they don't take payment when you place the order. They send the spices along with an invoice, and you pay by check within a week of receiving your order. They say it keeps their costs down, if they don't have to deal with online billing. You can request a shipping quote before they mail it, if you wish to verify full costs in advance. It's usually pretty cheap. I order the spices in plastic bags, to keep the costs way down, and fill my own spice tins at home.
Beachgal, thanks for sharing that!! How interesting! If I ever go to Seattle, that's the first place I'll visit
I like their tea, too, and order their fresh chai spices, as well. I've been ordering from them for about a year. Last week, I saw an episode of Alton Brown on FoodTv, about spices, and he began saying that you should always find a quality spicer - like World Merchants in Seattle! The first few minutes of the show were filmed in the store, and it looked really nice. I'd love to go there sometime. I'd love to work there, lol. Wouldn't that be the best job?