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Jun 30, 2021

After a multi-year campaign, PETA has announced a moratorium on Canada Goose protests after the outerwear retailer said it would no longer use fur. But what about the down feathers? That could be next, and the reason for the moratorium on protests--to see if Canada Goose can come to an ethical conclusion on its own. We reprise an interview from Dec. 2019 with Anne Brainard, PETA Sr. Director of Corporate Responsibility. You'll hear why PETA has led the fight for years against Canada Goose, which has fought PETA every step of the way. You'll hear how the fur trapping was done, and how the company tried to obscure the reality of the situation. So now Canada Goose says no to fur. Let's see how long before it dumps down and goes feather-free.

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Originally released June 30, 2021

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