Canada Goose is the exclusive outerwear sponsor of The Weather Network

Canada Goose/Metro Sportswear, a Canadian manufacturer of the world’s best parkas, is pleased to announce today that it has signed a Partnership with The Weather Network in which Canada Goose has been selected as the exclusive outerwear provider for The Weather Network’s outdoor crew.
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(TORONTO, ON) – Canada Goose/Metro Sportswear, a Canadian manufacturer of the world's best parkas, is pleased to announce that it has signed a Partnership with The Weather Network in which Canada Goose has been selected as the exclusive outerwear provider for The Weather Network's outdoor crew.

“We are proud to protect the leader of weather information services in Canada from the elements with our enhanced line of apparel and accessories for extreme climates,” explains Dani Reiss, CEO of Canada Goose/Metro Sportswear. “This Partnership affirms both our ability to be a year-round outerwear brand and our continued commitment to building the world's most superior protection clothing from authentic materials.”

Canada Goose/Metro Sportswear, which celebrates its 50th Anniversary of manufacturing this coming September, has built a reputation for supreme quality outerwear that blends authenticity, technology and function. CANADA GOOSE is pleased to have partnered with The Weather Network to supply outerwear for their on-air reporters. This partnership creates increased visibility for the CANADA GOOSE brand, which can be seen worn by Weather Network outdoor reporters during the weather news segment at 12 and 42 minutes past each hour.

“No matter what Mother Nature throws at us, I know I can count on my Canada Goose outerwear to get me through the coldest of days from head to toe!”, says Kelly Noseworthy, news reporter for The Weather Network. Both The Weather Network and Canada Goose are very pleased with this new partnership.

About Canada Goose:
Canada Goose, manufactured by Metro Sportswear Ltd. in Canada, is globally recognized as a world leader in high caliber, extreme cold outerwear. Family-owned and operated since it was founded in 1957; Canada Goose has built its reputation on core values of product quality, authenticity, and technical innovation. All of Canada Goose's products are made with premium down, the world's best insulator, and have been field-tested by explorers who live and work in extreme climates. Canada Goose has outfitted expeditions to the world's most inhospitable locales—Mt. Everest, South Pole, Alaska, and Siberia. With a proven track record spanning five decades, Canada Goose's customers include scientists of the American National Science Foundation in Antarctica, the Arctic Rangers, Canadian Special Military, the Canadian and U.S. Coast Guard, as well as many celebrities.

Worldwide – at South Pole research facilities, in the Canadian High Arctic and on the streets of New York City, Stockholm, Milan, Toronto, and Tokyo – people wear Canada Goose because of its reputation for enduring quality and style. To view a complete listing of retailers and product catalogue, visit

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About The Weather Network:
The Weather Network offers weather-related information affecting everything from industry, recreation, agriculture, and the environment, to the day to day lives of Canadians and is available through television, online, newspaper and wireless services. The Weather Network is among the most widely distributed and frequently watched specialty television networks in Canada and is the number one visited News and Information website in Canada. Offering the most up-to-date forecasts, it is no surprise that Canadians have repeatedly voted The Weather Network as having the best weather forecasts on television. Visit