Canada Goose, an internationally recognized brand for high quality apparel and extreme weather outerwear, has opened of its fifth factory in Canada and the first in Quebec. It has also announced a new raw material and cutting distribution centre in Ontario.
The opening of the factory in Quebec is a sign of a commitment to continue to aggressively invest in the rebuilding of Canadian manufacturing industry and keep with ‘Made-in-Canada’ promise. Apparels made by Canada Goose are sold in 37 countries today.
“Nothing makes me prouder than the investment we have made in helping to bring back apparel manufacturing to Canada and the hundreds of jobs we have created here at home,” said Dani Reiss, President & CEO, Canada Goose while talking about opening the factory in the country.
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Founded in a small warehouse in Toronto, Canada in 1957, Canada Goose has grown into one of the world’s leading makers of performance luxury apparel. Apart from setting up manufacturing unit and increasing brick and mortar stores, the fashion retailer is eyeing to expand its e-commerce channel in seven new markets this year, including the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Ireland, Austria, Belgium and Luxembourg.