The fight against the Canadian outdoor clothing company shows no sign of slowing down as animal welfare activists attend their weekly protests outside the Canada Goose’s Regent Street flagship store.
In response to the allegations of protestors around the world, Canada Goose released a statement on their company website as part of its Fur and Down policy where they stated:
“We believe all animals are entitled to humane treatment in life and death, and we are deeply committed to the ethical sourcing and responsible use of all animal materials in our products.”
They were also firm in their position:
“We do not condone any willful mistreatment, neglect, or acts that maliciously cause animals undue suffering.
Our standards for the sourcing and use of fur, down and wool reflect our commitment that materials are sourced from animals that are not subject to willful mistreatment or undue harm.”
VOL has gone to the scene to find out what drives the activist to protests against the luxury apparel every week without fail and whether any progress has been made.
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Words: Mohamed Ahamad | Video: Mohamed Ahamad |