SAIL: Stop selling Canada Goose jackets
  • Petitioned Aaron Newnham

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SAIL Plein Air Inc.
Aaron Newnham
SAIL Plein Air Inc.
Tony Mignacca
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SAIL: Stop selling Canada Goose jackets

    1. Petition by

      Durham Animal Rights Alliance

Canada Goose Inc. is an outdoor clothing company who uses real coyote fur as trim on the hoods of their parkas.

Despite all of the controversy surrounding the use of fur, and the widespread knowledge that trapping is cruel, Canada Goose Inc. continues to support the trapping and killing of our wildlife for bits of fur trim.


Fact: Leg-hold traps are STILL legal in every province and territory across Canada. While leg-hold traps with 'teeth' have been banned, the remaining models of leg-hold traps all have the same intention. These traps are designed to hold an animal who is fighting for his or her life. Animals will, and do, break teeth and bones trying to escape.

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    • odette touitou PARMAIN, FRANCE
      • 8 months ago

      ARRETER STOPPER SA ARRETER J4AI TROP ENVIE DE CRIER VOUS ETES DES SAUVAGES!!!!!!

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    • Jennifer Bracken ETOBICOKE, CANADA
      • 8 months ago

      Against any kind of animal cruelty.

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    • Jessica F TORONTO, CANADA
      • 8 months ago

      Using fur as a fashion statement is disgusting.

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    • Robert Bijas ZWIERZYNIEC, POLAND
      • 8 months ago

      nie

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    • Justyna Opel KIELCE, POLAND
      • 8 months ago

      Violence and cruelty are hateful to me!!!.

      It sickened me to see so much cruelty!!!

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