Canada Goose announced that it will increase the production in Canada of personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline healthcare workers across the brand’s home country. Over the next two weeks, the company will begin to reopen all of its eight Canadian facilities and, at full capacity as many as 900 employees will be working to support the efforts. With new contracts in place, Canada Goose will produce at least 60,000 gowns per week, with plans to deliver up to 1.5 million, at cost. Any unintentional profits, potentially derived from efficiencies, will be donated to Canadian Covid-19 relief funds. Canada Goose had previously pledged to produce and donate 14,000 scrubs free of charge and began production in two of its plants (Toronto and Winnipeg) last week. Deliveries of these donations to hospitals and healthcare facilities across Canada have already begun.