You must be in Quebec. Quick English lesson: if referring to direction or location, the word is "to", not "too or two". I have never loosed anything, except maybe a dog off a leash. The word is "lose", and it's something you should be used to by now, as it's often used in reference to people like you who are too slow to understand reasoning, but then the word is "loser". And finally, there are three different words that are homonyms: They're, Their, and There. They are not interchangeable. Something sadly the world outside the US(you) can't seem to master. It's a problem I see "a lot"- two separate words.
There is a reasonable explanation and it is YOUR lame ass country's fault. YOUR postal service doesn't provide tracking for packages originating in the United States unless it's sent via a registered service for which the cost starts at $50. PayPal doesn't provide seller protection unless there is valid tracking information showing the package being delivered to the buyer. And since so many of your countrymen are liars, thieves and idiots who have extorted money from myself and too many other American sellers, we have no choice but to refuse to sell to you.
The sense of self-entitlement that must be issued by a Mountie to every Canuck at birth is disgusting. Because your country's retail market sucks doesn't mean every American owes you to ship our stuff to your backwater country. Other countries who have similar postal systems to yours: Brazil, Mexico, Italy, Argentina and most all other South American countries. Third world countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, parts of China and even North Korea offer postal systems with reliable tracking services. But not you up there, all cozy as America's fur hat. So, next time you want to DEMAND that someone risk their collectible, their time, their money and their eBay reputation because you feel it's owed to you, go sit at your local post office(maybe it'll be "manned" by a Grizzly bear, that would be funny!) and wait for an intelligent enough person to come by and ask them why they refuse to offer tracking services.