No way. I'm from Kingston, we have Finaddicts, but I don't think it's that great of a store. It's the best one we have here though. Total Aquatics looks like it's worth a visit however, I've heard good things from them.
I didn't realize how close you are to me!
Do you know of any good fish shops a bit south of you? I hear Total Aquatics in Napanee is great, haven't gone personally but I plan to! It's still pretty far from you though.
Aquaripure doesn't want me posting on his forum because his product doesn't reduce the need for water changes.
See the Aquaripure forum under the topic New Aquaripure Videos
The simple fact is that when nitrates reach a certain level it is time for a water change. Not only to remove the nitrates themselves but to remove the organic waste material produced by the fish. We can't read those numbers. We can only read the nitrate levels. The aquaripure removes the nitrates and thus leaves us with NO WAY of testing or telling us when a water change is due. Nitrate removal, in itself, is fine and people have been doing it in salt water set up for a VERY long time. The are advanced users and have a strict dosing regiment. They do regular water changes and know WHEN to do it. A little filter doesn't remove the need for changes. The product simply can't and won't do what the owner claims it does.