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Ep.97: Canada Goose's Fake Ethics, Real Cruelty

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Release Date: 12/04/2019

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Anne Brainard, PETA's Sr. Director of Corp. Responsibility on why Canada Goose is cruel and unethical in its trapping of coyotes for fur trim and the live-plucking of ducks and geese for feathers. Don't believe their marketing based on phony standards. What you need to know before buying your next winter coat.

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Emil Guillermo talks with Anne Brainard, PETA Sr. Director of Corporate Responsibility, about the cruelty in Canada Goose coats.

Canada Goose relies on misleading standards to appear more compassionate, yet trapping methods for fur are extemely cruel and painful, and birds used for their feathers are violently killed in the down industry.  Before you buy your winter coat learn how to avoid the deceptive marketing of companies like Canada Goose.

Go to PETA.org to learn more.

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