Lied to by salesperson. Bonded leather couch.
*Update*So an update to the situation. They didn't refund me in cash, they did however give me the credit equivalent which I can use for their warehouse so I will take it as a small lost. Still beats getting a bonded leather sectional that will start peeling within a year. Legally it would have been pretty difficult to fight this case because I signed the invoice which pretty much waived all my rights in the fine print (stupid on my part). The sum was not worth pursuing in a small claims court although when I was conversing with the salesperson I never did state that it was off the tables. The "boss" was actually more of a dick than the salesperson. This was definitely a learning experience and I didn't have anyone else to blame but myself. The sales practice of the company is questionable, but I will just leave it at that. Revealing the company will probably not be very wise for me to do at the moment. But I doubt anyone reading this will make the same mistake I did.
If anyone has ever been in a similar situation I suggest you read up the competition bureau and consumers protection act. The competition bureau actually doesn't help with refunds but the thought of being investigated might "scare" the business into providing some sort of resolution. While the consumers protection act does help with refunds I think what they do is very limited in terms of an investigation. Mainly I just used them as ammo while not being overly aggressive.
TLDR: When buying anything don't take the word of the salesperson for what it is. Unless you are recording the conversation. Always make sure whatever you buy especially in the case of furniture make sure you have the right material listed. For example in my case it was a sectional but they never stated what the make of the furniture is in the invoice. The one they showed was leather top grain or full grain the one they sold to me was polyurethane. In my case I should have had full grain/top grain leather put in the invoice.