I know this topic has been discussed over the years, but I'm hoping for some updated information and personal experiences. I buy almost everything from NDA.ca. I've found their prices to be very good (Can prices are even better than NDA US) and customer service is great. They do have a minimum $100 order, but somehow I routinely meet that no problem ;-) Shipping is....well, Canada has certain geographic realities that mean we can't have cheap shipping. We make up for it with health care ;-) But, I can't get micas, and I've already purchased all of the FOs that I want. TBH, I've already got all the EOs that I need, and more FOs than I need, so maybe I really just need micas or other colorants, so far? I also found something on the old threads about Home Hardware lye being no good, but it seems that that has been resolved. And, I will bring up a tip I learned on one of the old posts....when you buy your oils from a supplier vs a grocery store, you are paying 13% HST on them because they are not food items. Someone on the old thread said that everyone sells food-grade oils, so they're not taxed, BUT THEY ARE, because they're not sold as food. So when you are looking at the prices at Costco or Walmart or wherever for food oils, those prices must be 13% + 14% (shipping on my last order) higher than your online supplier to make it worthwhile (actually, it's even a few % higher, because we pay HST on the shipping, too!). I hadn't thought of that before, so will stick to stocking up on oils locally. (ps, why so much HST? well, gotta pay for that health care one way or another ) So...where do you shop? Where (else) should I shop?