Tag: Canada Goose
Outerwear company infamous for coyote fur clearly sees consumer demand moving away from their traditional product.
The Fur-Bearers and two American-based organizations target ‘humane fur’ claims in United States.
The term 'humane' is unregulated in Canada, meaning any company can make claims of being humane with no protection for consumers or the animals who suffer.
Two non-profits want to hear about company’s claims of humane sourcing of animal products.
TLDR: it’s a rumour that hasn’t been verified.
We need you to #RefuseTheGoose – find out how you can send a message to Canada Goose on this week’s podcast!
Tell Dani Reiss and Canada Goose that you’ve heard them loud and clear – inherently inhumane fur is part of their brand, and you’re going to #RefuseTheGoose!
It’s easy to get angry when a store we like starts selling fur. It’s better to get active.
These advocacy mistakes can create problems for you, and ultimately, the animals.
On the day that Canada Goose’s Chief Marketing Officer ironically presents a seminar on advertising ethics, Animal Justice has filed a complaint regarding the outwear
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
It’s discouraging to see a rapidly rising athletic icon like Milos Raonic joining forces with Canada Goose – the company that gladly sells coyote fur-lined