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Women's Whistler Parka

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Chic and sophisticated, the Whistler Parka is the perfect combination of warmth, fit, and style. The below the knee length provides maximum protection while the adjustable belt and metal buckle detail creates a feminine, fashion-forward silhouette.

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625 FILL POWER DOWN INSULATION

Down is a natural insulator with a high warmth-to-weight ratio. It offers excellent thermal properties, has good lofting characteristics and traps small pockets of air efficiently, which creates a thermal barrier. Higher fill-power down will insulate better than lower fill-power down of the same weight.

Dwr® (Durable Water Repellent)

Durable water repellent treatments protect fabrics from moisture saturation.

Arctic-Tech

Canada Goose's most proven textile designed to stay dry in extreme conditions and climates where time slows down and moisture is vacant.

Tei 4 (Thermal Experience Index)

Enduring -15 to -25 degrees. Arctic Inspired made for Enduring Daily Warmth.

Made In Canada

This product is proudly manufactured in Canada.

Attributes Fabric: Arctic-Tech™ with DWR® Finish Insulation 625 Fill Power White Duck Down Insulation Tailor fit | Order a size up for a more relaxed fit Below the knee length provides maximum protection Adjustable waist belt for feminine shaping Two-way adjustable down hood with removable coyote fur ruff Fleece lined chin-guard Heavy-duty centre front YKK® two-way locking zipper Insulated windguard behind centre front zipper for added protection from the wind Two lower front fleece-lined handwarmer pockets secured with zipper closures Two interior pockets | Right inside security pocket with zipper closure | Left has drop-in with stretch media pocket with headphone access opening Interior shoulder straps allow wearer to carry over their shoulder Recessed heavy-duty rib-knit cuffs Centre back length: 42" / 106.68cm The Thermal Experience Index of level four | Endurance -15°/-25° Product ID#: 23481351 Reviews

Women's Whistler Parka

Sizing Guide Men's Sizing Guide

Men's Classic Fit

For men who like a classic look. Not too loose or tight fitting. Also encompassing Athletic fit.

Body Measurements S M L XL XXL Neck 14"-14.5" 15"-15.5" 16"-16.5" 17"-17.5" 18"-18.5" Chest 34"-36" 38"-40" 42"-44" 46"-48" 50"-52" Waist 28"-30" 32"-34" 36"-38" 40"-42" 44"-46" Hip 34"-36" 38"-40" 42"-44" 46"-48" 48"-50"

Men's Modern Fit

For men who like to wear their clothes more fitted or who just have a smaller build. Also encompassing Performance fit.

Body Measurements S M L XL XXL Neck 14"-14.5" 15"-15.5" 16"-16.5" 17"-17.5" 17.5"-18" Chest 33"-35" 36"-38" 40"-42" 42"-44" 46"-48" Waist 28"-30" 31"-32" 33"-34" 35"-36" 37"-38" Hip 33"-35" 37"-39" 41"-43" 45"-47" 49"-51"

Men's Relaxed Fit

For men who prefer a looser fit or who have a larger build.

Body Measurements S M L XL XXL Neck 15"-15.5" 15.6"-16" 16.5"-17" 17"-17.5" 17.5"-18" Chest 36"-38" 40"-42" 44"-46" 48"-50" 52"-54" Waist 29"-30" 32"-34" 36"-38" 40"-42" 44"-46" Hip 35"-37" 39"-41" 43"-45" 47"-49" 51"-53"

Men's European Size Conversion

Tops & Jackets (based off chest size) American UK Germany Italy XS 32 32 46 42 S 34 34 48 44 S-M 36 36 50 46 M 38 38 52 48 M-L 40 40 54 50 L 42 42 56 52 L-XL 44 44 58 54 XL 46 46 60 56 XXL 48 48 62 58 Bottoms (based on waist size)                 American 30 32 34 36 38 40 44 46 Germany 44 48 50 52 54 56 60 62 Women's Sizing Guide

Ladies "Junior" & Casual Fit

For young ladies and junior trendsetters.

Body Measurements XS S M L XL   00 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 Bust 30" 31" 32" 33" 34" 35" 36" 38" 39" 40" Waist 23" 23" 24" 25" 26" 27" 28" 29.5" 31" 32" Hip 32.5" 33.3" 34.5" 35.5" 36.5" 37.5" 38.5" 40" 41.5" 43" Thigh 19" 19.5" 20" 20.5" 21" 21.5" 22" 22.5" 23" 23.5"

Ladies Modern & Contemporary Fit

For women who are petite or prefer their clothes fitted. Also encompassing Performance fit.

Body Measurements XS S M L XL   00 0 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 Bust -- 32" 32.5" 33.5" 34.5" 35.5" 36.5" 37.5" 38.5" 40" Waist -- 24" 25" 26" 26.5" 27" 28" 29.5" 31" 33" Hip -- 34.3" 35" 36" 37" 38" 39" 40" 42" 43" Thigh -- 19" 20" 20.5" 21" 22" 22.5" 23.5" 24.5" 26"

Ladies Classic Fit

For women who prefer a relaxed fit. Also encompassing Athletic fit.

Body Measurements XS S M L XL   0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Bust -- 32.5" 33.5" 34.5" 35.5" 36.5" 38" 39.5" 41" -- Waist -- 25" 26" 27" 28" 29" 30" 21" 33" -- Hip -- 35" 36" 37" 38" 39" 40.5" 42" 43.5" -- Thigh -- 20" 20.5" 21" 22" 23" 24" 25" 26.5" --

Women's European Size Conversion

Size Conversion Chart- Ladies American UK France Germany Italy Australia Japan XS 2 4 32 30 36 6 5 XS-S 4 6 34 32 38 8 7 S 6 8 36 34 40 10 9 S-M 8 10 38 36 42 12 11 M 10 12 40 38 44 14 13 L 12 14 42 40 46 16 15 L-XL 14 16 44 42 48 18 17 XL-XXL 16 18 46 44 50 20 19 Junior Sizing Guide

Junior Girls Sizing

Body Measurements S M XL   7 8 10 12 16 Age 6-7 years 7-8 years 8-9 years 9-10 years 11+ Weight 54-60 lbs 61-66 lbs 67-75 lbs 76-85 lbs 98-110 lbs Height 49"-51" 51"-53" 53.5"-55" 55.5"-58" 61"-62.5" Waist 23"-23.5" 23.5"-24" 24"-24.5" 24.5"-26" 27"-28"

Junior Boys Sizing

Body Measurements S M L XL   8 10 12 14 18 20 Age 7-8 years 9-10 years 11-12 years 12-13 years 14-15 years 15-16 years Weight 53-60 lbs 61-72 lbs 73-85 lbs 86-97 lbs 116-128 lbs 129-140 lbs Height 49"-53" 53.5"-55.5" 56"-58" 58"-60" 62.5"-64" 64"-65" Waist 23"-24" 23"-24" 25.5"-26" 26.5"-27.5" 29"-29.5" 29.5"-30" Children's Sizing Guide

Infant Sizing

Body Measurements 0-3 months 3-6 months 6-9 months 9-12 months 18-24 months Weight 7-12 lbs 12-17 lbs 17-22 lbs 17-22 lbs 18-24 lbs Length 17"-23" 23"-27" 27"-29" 27"-29" 31"-33"

Toddler Sizing

Body Measurements 2T 3T 4T Age 1 - 1 ½ years 2 years 3 years Weight 28-30 lbs 30-35 lbs 36-40 lbs Height 33"-36" 36"-39" 39"-42" Waist 20"-20.5" 20.5"-21" 21"-21.5"

Kids Sizing

Body Measurements S M L XL   4 5 6 6X/7 Age 3-4 years 4-5 years 5-6 years 6-7 years Weight 36-40 lbs 40-45 lbs 46-50 lbs 51-55 lbs Height 39"-42" 42"-45" 45"-48" 48"-51" Waist 21"-21.5" 21.5"-22" 22"-22.5" 22.5"-23" Gift Cards - gift giving made easy Sporting Life Rewards Company Info Customer Support Shopping Connect with us Supported Payment

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What are some words that you would use to describe Canada? What is Canada to you?

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Best Answer:  I don't know if this was actually written by an Austrialian dentist or not, but I like the words.

An Australian Definition of a Canadian - Written by an Australian Dentist

You probably missed it in the local news, but there was a report
that someone in Pakistan had advertised in a newspaper an offer of a reward to anyone who killed a Canadian - any Canadian.
An Australian dentist wrote the following editorial to help define
what a Canadian is, so they would know one when they found one.
A Canadian can be English, or French, or Italian, Irish, German,
Spanish, Polish, Russian or Greek. A Canadian can be Mexican,
African, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Australian, Iranian,
Asian, Arab, Pakistani or Afghan.A Canadian may also be a Cree, Metis, Mohawk, Blackfoot, Sioux, or one of the many other tribes known as native Canadians. A Canadian's religious beliefs range from Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim,
Hindu or none. In fact, there are more Muslims in Canada than in
Afghanistan. The key difference is that in Canada they are free to
worship as each of them chooses. Whether they have a religion or no religion, each Canadian ultimately answers only to God, not to the government, or to armed thugs claiming to speak for the government and for God. A Canadian lives in one of the most prosperous lands in the history of the world. The root of that prosperity can be found in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which recognize the right of each person to the pursuit of happiness.
A Canadian is generous and Canadians have helped out just about every other nation in the world in their time of need, never asking a thing in return. Canadians welcome the best of everything, the best products, the best books, the best music, the best food, the best services and the best minds. But they also welcome the least - the oppressed, the outcast and the rejected. These are the people who built Canada. You can try to kill a Canadian if you must as other blood-thirsty tyrants in the world
have tried but in doing so you could just be killing a relative or a
neighbor. This is because Canadians are not a particular people from a particular place. They are the embodiment of the human spirit offreedom. Everyone who holds to that spirit, everywhere, can be a Canadian.
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  • Kit K
    To me Canada is home, and peace.

    Dear cutie,
    Where do you think americans come up with those t.v. shows?? They get them off other countries too. And having thought of useless, dumb and boring shows like that would not make me proud.....

    WOOHOO! I love to edit!

    To Stephanie... Have you ever lived in Canada?
    About the taxes... For example, I make around 25 000 a year. By net income is around 20 000. Ok, that's a lot of taxes... BUT!!! Every month I receive around 500$ from the federal government for child tax benefits and around 300$ from the provincial. Every 4 months, I receive a GST credit of almost 200$ from the federal and 100$ from the provincial. When I filed my income tax return this year, I received 3000$ in refund.
    And last but not least, I have the peace of mind of knowing if I get hit by a car I will not to file for bancrupty to pay for my medical care.
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  • Stephanie
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    CNN Apr. 4, 2008

    Five myths about Canada you need to know about!

    1. Free health care.

    Canada's health care is not free. It is funded by a heavy tax
    regime that takes hard earned money from even the working poor. If
    you make $C20,000 a year. You will be taxed. Make more? Like $C75,000
    and up? Oh, you can bet you will get hit with taxes. In some
    provinces like Alberta, you also get the additional privilege of
    paying health care "premiums" on top of your taxes.

    The big hospital unions like the Registered Nurses and various
    so-called "para-professionals" have taken over the health care
    system and destroyed it. This is what happens when you create a
    a monopoly, and worse, a government owned monopoly.

    2. High standard of living

    Huh? Since when? This country has one of North America's biggest
    drug ghettos. It's called Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Canadians
    have a lower per capita GDP than Americans. They also make less
    money than Americans, and ironically many other countries: Ireland,
    Germany, Switzerland to name just a few.

    3. Peaceful

    Nope! There are just as many acts of violent crime, drug gangs,
    domestic murders in Canada as in the U.S. It's just never adjusted
    for per capita, ie. the actual population of the two countries
    and the size of the cities in each country. Canada has serial
    killers, drug shootings, pollution, gang violence. How come we don't
    hear much about this in the world's media, the way the U.S.'s
    problems are constantly brought up?

    4. Strong economy

    No! Canadians just piggyback off the U.S. economy and they still
    can't manage to get their unemployment rate down to anywhere near
    to the U.S. rate, which was hovering in the low 5's most recently.
    Canada's rate has varied over the last decade or more from 11% to
    a low of about 7%. The country just sells off its raw natural
    resources rather than having a productive economy through
    strong innovation or research. Yet the Canucks complain about
    selling those resources to the U.S. Huh?

    5. Canadians are polite self effacing and humble

    Whoa! Canadians are anything but polite and "European" as they
    like to tell the world. Most Canadians I've met are ignorant,
    boorish, self absorbed anti-American bigots. Go to a Canadian
    workplace: see how they treat you, especially if you are a brown
    or black person.

    Go to a restaurant or a store. The tone is very cold and "British"
    in nature. Look at how they drive. I have driven in Britain, the
    U.S. (San Diego, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Seattle area).
    Nowhere have I seen such stupid backward drivers as I have seen
    in B.C. and Alberta.

    Basically Canada needs to have its huge pompous self absorbed ego
    deflated. Canadians are hypocrites and they love to be delusional,
    and self absorbed about how great they are. The U.S. incidentally is the
    country where a lot of Canadians, (about 250,000 at last count), go
    to live well, retire and of course, for employment. Hypocritical or
    what?
    Source(s): http://www.immigrationcanadascam.com/uni...
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  • Nukemann
    Canada is my northern neighbor, with friendly, polite, well spoken, beautiful people. A great place to visit and have fun. Hockey & curling capitol of the world. Everyone should aspire to be more Canadian, Eh.
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  • kenoplayer
    Canada is a beacon of hope to millions of other people around the world, who are less fortunate than Canadians.
    kenoplayer · 10 years ago
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  • molly
    What other words are there except The Royal Canadian kilted Yaksmen song?: For those who dont know the tune-its the same as My Country Tis of thee

    Our country reeks of trees
    Our yaks are really large
    And they smell like rotting beef carcasses
    And we have to clean up after them
    And our saddle sores are the best
    We proudly wear womens clothing
    And searing sand blows up our skirts
    And the buzzards they soar overhead
    And poisonous snakes will devour us whole
    Our bones will bleach in the sun
    And we will probably go to hell
    And that is our great reward
    For being the-uh ro-yal canadian kilted yaksmen

    Viva la Canada: the safest country in the world!
    Source(s): I got thumbs down for a Ren and Stempy song. what is the world coming to?
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    Indeed, the 70s diet still retains sway. Low calorie, high fibre celery will get rid of you snacking, and contains high levels of calcium which help to remove the fat content in additional foods. Tip: Eat braised oranges with roast chicken to negate this bird’s calorie content.
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    Go bland. Plain, simple, unseasoned food such as cooked chicken, plain rice and a naked baked potato are nutritious but your palette will tire of these individuals quickly, unlike salty moreish refined food, which keeps you snacking and piling about the pounds.
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  • maemarilyn1983
    4 Seasons, Snow, Hockey, Multi-culturalism, freedom, Friendly People, Moose, Canadian geese, Tim Hortons, Provinces (not states).... these are just a few words that come to mind.
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    People who plan their weekly meals are more successful at losing weight than people that don’t. Plan your dishes to feature healthy carbs such as special potato and wholegrain pasta, greens and lean proteins, buy all the ingredients in advance and don’t be tempted to eat out or order in.
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