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A Stand-Alone Canada Goose Store Is Coming To Yorkdale This Year

Winter just passed, but it's never too early to plan for when it comes back around; especially if you're looking to get a Canada Goose jacket (since they sell like wildfire). The luxury winter coat brand recently announced that it will be opening two stand-alone stores in North America, one in SoHo, New York and another in our very own Yorkdale Mall.

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The stores will be approximately 4000 square feet large and will carry a large variety of Canada Goose jackets from different collections and in different colours and sizes. Special collaborations similar to the ones they did with Levis, Drake OVO and wings +horn will also be featured in the store.in

The stores are set to open sometime this October 2016.

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