You probably haven’t heard of Amazon.ca, but it’s the fastest growing ecommerce site in the world, with more than 300 million shoppers using it to shop online for everything from household items to clothes to toys.

With Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), the world’s biggest e-commerce company, and its parent company Amazon.de, which own or operate more than 400,000 stores in more than 120 countries, Canada has become one of the world leader in online shopping.

But even with so many online retailers, the cost of shipping goods is becoming a challenge for many Canadians, especially those who rely on a traditional courier service.

Some are frustrated with the way it has become cheaper for consumers to pick up their goods and have them shipped to them.

“You’ve got to find a way to do it yourself, to be competitive,” said Mark Souto, vice-president of logistics at FedEx Canada Inc. in Toronto.

FedEx is one of Canada’s largest logistics companies.

In Canada, it also has a long history of helping companies set up warehouses.

But it’s a problem that has been exacerbated by Amazon.

The Amazon.co.uk domain, used by most of the company’s e-stores, is registered to a company called O’Reilly Media, which makes a number of e-book publishers and has its own logistics operation.

The O’Reesons website, which includes shipping and tracking information for Amazon.cl, includes a link to the O’Reily site.

A Google search on O’Brien Media’s domain turned up a search for “Amazon.ca shipping.”

The OReilly Media website says that “Amazon Canada is the largest supplier of Amazon delivery services in Canada.”

But even though Amazon.cc has more than 100 warehouses and has warehouses in more,000 locations, it has a far smaller number of employees and doesn’t have a physical presence in Canada, said David Osterman, vice president of logistics for FedEx Canada.

It’s also unclear how much shipping costs are actually passed on to customers when shipping products.

“Amazon’s logistics business is based on their logistics network, and they have warehouses all over the world,” said Paul Sorensen, director of research and analysis for the Retail Industry Leaders Association.

“What’s happened is they’ve built a very strong logistics network that’s going to be very expensive to replace.”

Amazon.biz, which launched in 2008 and is now Canada’s third-largest e-retailer, says its warehouses are designed to make it easy for Canadians to shop for their products.

But many shoppers are not impressed with the speed and speed of the shipping service.

“I have not heard of any problems with the delivery service, and I’ve had no issues with any delivery services that I’ve been using,” said Tessa Tullis, who lives in Toronto and was shopping for a new sweater on Amazon.

“They have a very fast delivery service that’s good for consumers and bad for the environment.”

The logistics system isn’t the only challenge.

The cost of delivering goods can be daunting to many Canadians who don’t have the means to pay for shipping.

Many of them also don’t want to pay the additional shipping charges because they would prefer to buy products in the local market.

“People who don’ think they’re going to have to pay extra shipping charges have a tendency to think they’ll have to go with the cheaper option,” said Kevin LeBlanc, a sales associate at the Canadian Tire Centre in Toronto who recently moved from Amazon.

And it’s not just shoppers who are having trouble with Amazon.

They’re also the elderly, some who can’t pay the shipping charges or have other issues that can cause them to have difficulty shopping.

Amazon.org, which is a subsidiary of Amazon, is working on ways to make shipping cheaper for those people.

It has a “Buy Now” option that allows customers to buy items before they are shipped, with shipping fees waived.

“The fact that people are being pushed to buy in bulk and shipping them to a warehouse is the ultimate challenge,” said Sorentson.

“It’s a challenge that the logistics companies are not really addressing, but Amazon is.”

Soutosos company has a shipping tracking system in place, and it tracks the exact distance and time that an item takes to get to its destination.

“That data we collect is used by Amazon to decide how many days it takes to deliver a product to its location, how much it costs to ship to the customer, how long it takes for it to arrive, and how much money it’ll cost to return it,” he said.

Amazon says it will soon add a price reporting feature to its website that will give shoppers more information on shipping costs and when they will be able to return items.

“We’re trying to build an environment where people can make informed decisions about what they want to buy,” said Eric Jones, Amazon