Will start making parkas with reclaimed fur in 2022, stop purchasing new fur and launch a consumer buy-back program.
Parka maker has achieved carbon neutrality as of March 2020 through investments in strategic offsetting projects.
Opportunity beckons women, men and new immigrants in three cities.
Bringing all eight of its locations into production over the next two weeks.
Canadian clothing makers are not only holding out against the offshore tide, they’re growing production by targeting niches.
But shares fell as the company warned wholesale revenues are expected to decrease in the third quarter.
Will initially employ more than 100 people, and grow to 650 new positions at full capacity by the end of 2020.
Dani Reiss says counterfeiting helps raise brand awareness.
Province’s contribution to the jacket maker will be spent to help train sewing machine operators over three years.
Operational expansion is expected to create more than 325 new jobs by end of 2018.
CEO vows to continue to use fur in its winter coats for “functional purposes.”
Debuting with an initial public offering of 20 million shares.
Hiring is being done in partnership with the Manitoba government, which has helped support the training of employees.
Disputes company’s claims that its jackets use coyote fur that’s sourced ethically and humanely.
Acquisition adds 70 employees and is expected to boost efficiency by 25%