Founded in a small warehouse in Toronto almost sixty years ago, Canada Goose has grown into one of the world’s leading makers of luxury apparel.

In the 1950’s, Sam Tick immigrated to Canada bringing a strong entrepreneurial spirit. In 1957, he founds Metro Sportswear Ltd. in Toronto, which specializes in woolen vests, raincoats and snowmobile suits.

Dani Reiss, son of David Reiss and grandson of Sam Tick, joined the company in 1997 and in 2001 becomes President and CEO of Canada Goose. Dani ignites the company’s growth and pledges to remain “Made in Canada.”

Canada Goose, which has long been the (un)official jacket of film crews everywhere it’s cold, makes its on-screen debut in two key films: The Day After Tomorrow and National Treasure. They have also team up with Polar Bears International (PBI) and launched the PBI Collection. Funds from every sale go to PBI to support the conservation of polar bear habitats.