It could be a mistake. It could be mislabelled. But either way, the Huffington Post ‘article’ on Canada Goose needs to be fixed.
Located on the homepage of the popular news site, the article, titled ‘Canada Goose Jackets Perfect for Men and Women’ reads like an advertisement for the coyote-killing company. There is no mention of the goose down used to fill the interior of the coat. There is no mention of the coyote fur used to trim the hood. There is no mention of the huge controversy surrounding the company – from its sale to a US equity firm to the traps used to hold and torture coyotes before they’re killed.
This isn’t journalism. This isn’t what we’ve come to expect from the Huffington Post. And it certainly won’t stand.
We’re asking all of you to comment on the article itself or email the Huffington Post and demand the article be removed or labelled as an advertorial (paid-for content). We ask that you remain polite and reasonable in your comments: our goal is now and always will be education in these matters.
If you get a response from The Huffington Post, please forward it to email@example.com so we can track the impact you’re having.
By voicing your concerns and shedding light on the truth, you're helping to #MakeFurHistory and spare the lives of millions of fur-bearing animals.