Canada Goose has acquired the assets of Grand Harbour Clothing, one of its largest outerwear factories. Based in Scarborough, Ontario, Grand Harbour Clothing has long been a key contract manufacturer for Canada Goose, producing a significant portion of the brand's outerwear. With the acquisition of the 45,000 square-foot facility, Canada Goose expects to increase efficiency by 25 percent. The site will primarily produce the HyBridge Lite collection of jackets and vests, which represents a fast growing category for the brand. James Tang, the owner of Grand Harbour Clothing, will continue to manage operations at the new factory as plant director at the new Canada Goose Scarborough campus.