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    On Thursday, Canada Goose announced that they will end the use of all fur in the products they produce. The company expressed its decision in a news release that said it will stop purchasing fur by the end of 2021 and stop manufacturing it by 2022. 

    The president and CEO of the company Dani Reiss said the company’s focus is to offer “exceptional quality, protection from the elements, and perform the way consumers need them to.” In 2019, Canada Goose committed to becoming a company with net-zero carbon emissions. They also planned to reduce emissions by more than 80 per cent of current levels by 2025.

    Canada Goose noted they are on track to be more responsible down standard certified. So they plan to switch to 90 per cent of its materials to sustainable alternatives by 2025. The company also plans to incorporate more sustainable solutions for packaging.


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