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Nov 28, 2018

Ashley Byrne, associate director of campaigns for PETA, talks with host Emil Guillermo about the cruelty in a typical Canada Goose coat. Byrne talks about the down feathers taken from dead birds after they are slaughtered for their flesh. 

But it's the fur trim that is most alarming. It's not faux. It's from coyotes trapped in the wild who endure much suffering to become a fashion accent on a Canada Goose coat.

See the videos of the cruelty to coyotes here.

See the step by step process here.

More video of Canada Goose cruelty.

Read the reasons why Canada Goose products are the worst gifts.

See the protests at Canada Goose on Fur Free Friday.

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