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Canada Goose opening new store in downtown Vancouver this year

Kenneth Chan Jun 18, 2018 1:49 pm 3,045

Outdoor apparel retailer Canada Goose has announced that it will be opening a brick-and-mortar store in downtown Vancouver by the end of this year.

The Toronto-based company, known for its thick down-filled winter jackets, will occupy a 4,000 sq. ft. space within the upper level of CF Pacific Centre shopping mall. Its unit is located across from Harry Rosen near the Apple Store.

It will feature a contemporary design with an “Arctic-inspired environment” that also reflects the local aesthetic of the city, with “familiar Canada Goose touches” such as marble polar bear sculptures from Canadian Indigenous artist Jason Carter.

Stores will also open in downtown Montreal and Short Hills, New Jersey, which will both have a “cold room” immersive experience where customers can test the brand’s warmest parkas in temperatures as low as -25°C.

All three new stores will open in time for the Christmas 2018 season.

“The experience of shopping in a Canada Goose store is both a walk through our history and an opportunity to discover how we continue to innovate for the future,” said Dani Reiss, President & CEO, Canada Goose. “Every city where we have opened our doors has been an incredible experience with fans embracing us warmly. I am excited to bring our authentic brand experience, unfiltered, to our fans in these world-class locations.”

Canada Goose currently has brick-and-mortar locations in seven cities, including London, Toronto, New York, Boston, Chicago, Calgary, and Tokyo. Stores are also planned for Beijing and Hong Kong.

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Kenneth Chan
National Features Editor at Daily Hive, the evolution of Vancity Buzz. He covers local architecture, urban issues, politics, business, retail, economic development, transportation and infrastructure, and the travel industry. Kenneth is also a Co-Founder of New Year's Eve Vancouver. Connect with him at kenneth[at]

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