I'm annoyed with the Globe & Mail right now. Saturday's edition had a holiday gift guide, and featured this nifty stove-top popcorn popper that I thought would be a fine gift for either myself or a family member. I was also delighted to learn from the article that there is a Canadian Williams-Sonoma website, which is the retailer that carries the popcorn popper. So, I wasn't really expecting to go to williams-sonoma.ca and not be able to shop on-line. Or go to the main (American) website and not be able to ship to a Canadian address. Honestly, if the Globe's gift-guide was only for shoppers in the Toronto area who have a Williams-Sonoma store, why didn't the article say that? Why did they have to mislead readers with the Canadian website? And why does Williams-Sonoma bother to operate in Canada if they can't be bothered to ship anything here? (Sorry to begin December with a vent)!