Canada Goose is a very high-end brand, and is arguably too hardcore of a jacket even for Canadian winters, as they're made to withstand Arctic temperatures (which, believe it or not, aren't all that common in a lot of places in Canada despite the stereotype).
@Miki_J Yeah over where I live in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area), the temperature averages between 0 and -5 degrees Celsius. Occasionally the temperature will drop down to -20, but that's been increasingly rare as the years have gone on due to climate change. Nowadays we mostly get rainy winters instead of snowy ones.
Other places in Canada that are further north and/or more inland (away from oceans and lakes) have a reputation of being colder, and can apparently go down to temperatures like -40 degrees. That's more of what Canada Goose jackets are built for.
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