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TORONTO – Apparel brand Canada Goose has announced that it will be fur-free by the end of 2022, much to the delight of animal rights group PETA.  

PETA has long protested the Toronto brand’s use of coyote fur, integrated in garments such as its jackets, pointing to the painful manner in which the animals are trapped and killed. 

The organisation has issued a statement which reads: “PETA and its affiliates are suspending their international campaigns against Canada Goose today, after years of eye-catching protests, hard-hitting exposés, celebrity actions, and legal battles, as the company has finally conceded and will stop using fur. PETA will now re-engage the company to push for an end to its use of feathers, which geese and ducks continue to suffer for.” 

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