Store Policies

Shipping Policy

All orders are shipped within 5 business days of placing an order. We ship all items on ground via Canada Post, date of receipt will depend on regional Canada Post offices.

Shipping and billing addresses must be valid Canadian addresses. Shipping is not available to A.P.O./F.P.O. and P.O. box addresses due to shipper restrictions.

Once an order has been shipped, it cannot be changed or cancelled. If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, you will have the option of returning/exchanging by viewing our returns policy.
 

Returns Policy

We want you to be fully satisfied with every item you purchase from Prostate Cancer Canada. If, for whatever reason, you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will accept returns at ANY TIME after purchase if the following conditions are met:
  • All items must be unworn.
  • All items must be in their original packaging.
  • You must include the original sales receipt.
If you wish to return an item, you must cover the cost of returning it to us. 

If you wish to exchange for a different size you will pay for the cost of returning it to our office, we will cover the postage of sending you the new item. 




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