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TORONTO - Outdoor apparel brand Canada Goose has launched its latest sustainability report which includes a range of environmental commitments but no plans to end its controversial use of fur.

Canada Goose's 2020 sustainability report provides updates on some of its goals from 2019, along with a series of new goals it intends to meet by 2025.

It includes a focus on replacing all materials in its products, including cotton, nylon, polyester and down, with what the company calls 'preferred fibres and materials' (PFMs).

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