Share the North

To all the Canadians living up North: you live in a unique and inspiring part of our country. We'd love to hear the ways you take advantage of your beautiful surroundings and get active outdoors!
Join the Share The North Facebook challenge to post stories, photos, videos, and ideas. Every person who joins the challenge by signing into the Live Right Now app will be entered into a draw to get outfitted by Canada Goose! (Go to the "Share the North" challenge)

We're giving away one women's and one men's Canada Goose Expedition Parka, which was originally developed for scientists working in Antarctica. Insulated with 625 fill power white duck down, these babies are proven to keep you warm in frigid conditions.
"Canada Goose products were built to help people of the north live well in extreme climates. We have always been function first and started with products designed to help scientists, explorers, pilots, and those who need the best jacket possible to survive extreme cold. Northerners found our jackets to be the perfect match for the weather and adopted them quickly," says Kevin Spreekmeester, Canada Goose's Vice President of Global Marketing.
Canada Goose is happy to be on board with the Live Right Now initiative, which will award one community with a custom-designed natural playground. "At the end of the day, parks create a healthy environment for people and empathy for the planet. Sustainability is important to Canada Goose. We were born in the outdoors and hope it's accessible for generations to come."
And of course Mr. Spreekmeester has his own Share the North story: "One of my most memorable moments was climbing an iceberg moored in the winter freeze and drinking melted water that sat on top. That water could have been thousands of years old - absolutely pure. The sun was shining and the vista spectacular! It put all of my trivialities in perspective."
Join the Share the North challenge now and start sharing your favourite outdoor activities, photos, and memories of the great outdoors!

Click here for the full rules and regulations: Share The North Rules and Regs.pdf

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