Canada Goose has entered an “automatic share repurchase plan,” allowing for the purchase of shares by a broker at times when it would not be permitted to acquire them, based on certain parameters. The Toronto Stock Exchange has cleared this scheme, allowing it to start on Sept. 16 in connection with a previously announced “normal course issuer bid” (NCIB). The program calls for the buy-back of up to 5,943,239 subordinate voting shares, representing about 10 percent of the company’s common shares.