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Methinks sending it by insured Canada Post would be cheaper than driving.
Call first to verify that the problems can be addressed.
If you bought directly from Apple.ca, call them and say the machine is defective and you want to arrange a replacement. See if they will foot the shipping bill.

Moral of the story - if you are traveling a long distance to buy a product, open it and test it right there in the store, and give if back immediately if it is defective.
 
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