Hi Lyne, and welcome aboard,
I'm in Ontario, but the availability of pork rinds (they're great, and very versatile, by the way) across the whole country is spotty at best. Specific chains do not carry them, as far as I've seen. You need to ask the grocery manager at your favourite store; trust me if they get bugged enough, they WILL start to stock an item.
I've heard different folks across the country say that IGA has them. My brother lives in a small town, (ONT) pop. 3,500. His local IGA has Porky's brand for 99cents a bag. In my town, Kingston ONT, pop. 110,000, the local IGA does NOT carry pork rinds. I have found them locally at Shopper's Drug Mart, Ol' Grandad's brand for $1.79 for a 71 gram bag. My local No Frills store has them, same brand, same price. I have not found them locally at any other major grocery store. I saw a teensy bag of Porky's brand at a Quikkie corner variety store, they wanted $1.69 for a tiny bag.
A suggestion - if you live in a community that has a large Asian population, especially Vietnamese and Indonesian, you will find pork rinds in an ethnic store or market - they are very popular snack food in southeasst Asia. Our local Asian market was destroyed in a fire: haven't been to the new one that just opened, but the old one had fresh, fresh fried pork rinds available, all the time. Pick yourself up some yakidofu while you're at it (deep fried tofu pockets, great for stuffing, and lowcarb too).
'bye, and good luck,
[Edited by doreen T on 10-11-00 at 19:50]