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Update: April 22, 2020 Today, Canada Goose announced that in 2022, it will be switching from using fur taken from coyotes whom trappers have recently caught in steel traps to using fur that is already on the market or in the supply chain—which is still a product of cruel actions of trappers. This move may conveniently allow Canada Goose to keep selling its fur-trimmed coats in California when the state's fur ban goes into effect in 2023 and does nothing to help the ducks and geese whose throats are still being slit for their feathers to be used in its down parkas.
Canada Goose is attempting to "humane wash" its brand. Don't let it get away with this—take action below!
Update: October 22, 2019 If you feel that you were misled by Canada Goose's claims of "[e]thically sourced down and fur" and "humane treatment" of animals used for its coats, please e-mail us your story at Info@peta.org.
Cruelty can be found in every stitch of Canada Goose's jackets and other clothing items. Coyotes used for the company's fur trim can suffer in painful steel traps indefinitely before they're shot or bludgeoned to death. Mothers desperate to get back to their pups have attempted to chew off their own limbs to escape. Animals who don't succumb to the elements, blood loss, infection, or predators are often shot or bludgeoned to death when the trapper returns.
Ducks and geese suffer for down as well—no matter their origin. Birds used for their down are inevitably sent to the slaughterhouse, where standard practice is to hang them upside down, stun them, and then slit their throats—often while they're still conscious.
There's nothing warm or cozy about the cruelty that Canada Goose stitches into its jackets. Urge the company to stop selling fur and goose down now!