US company plans to close its plant in Quebec City and distribution centre in the Montreal area next September.
Closures to take place by year-end will affect about 65 workers in Barrie and Peterborough.
About 215 people to go, adding to the 340 job cuts from the factory in July.
Closings are part of a cost-cutting plan as the company tries to wrangle falling sales.
Cuts would target salaried employees, reduce global headcount by 10%.
Most of the layoffs will come from hourly employees outside of the US.
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