Toronto. Canada’s largest city. The capital of Ontario. And home to our first Canada Goose store that has been newly expanded and now houses our largest assortment of products in Canada. Featuring a 15-foot Story Tree sculpted by Toronto artist Alex Fisher and Inuk artist Qavavau Manumie, it represents a meeting place where North and South come together, telling the story of harmonization between nature, human and plant. Visit our next generation Cold Room here you can try on our warmest parkas in temperatures as low as -25°C.

Toronto Store

Yorkdale Shopping Centre

3401 Dufferin Street, Unit #501
Toronto, ON M6A 2T9


Monday – Saturday: 9:30 am – 9:30 pm
Sunday: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Christmas Eve: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Christmas Day: Closed
Boxing Day: 8:00am – 9:00pm
New Year's Eve: 10:00am – 6:00pm
New Year's Day: Closed

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Your comfort is our priority. During this busy time of year, we invite you to submit your warranty claims here.

To avoid longer wait times and queues, we do not accept warranty claims in our stores.

Warm up to a new Virtual Shopping Experience 

Explore our collections from the comfort of your home with our new Virtual Shopping Experience. Book an appointment and one of our Brand Ambassadors will guide you as you browse online, offering personalized advice and styling tips to help you find the perfect fit – for yourself, or someone special. For an even more comfortable shopping experience, we offer same-day home delivery and easy curbside pick up across Toronto and the Greater Toronto area.

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It's in the details

The Toronto Store connects visitors to our ongoing relationship with the North, as well as our commitment to craftsmanship. Unique visual elements are displayed throughout the space. Everything is chosen to represent a piece of our story.

As you explore the Toronto store, you might notice soapstone-carved polar bears on display. These sculptures are created by Aboriginal visual artist Jason Carter. Each one reflects our partnership with Polar Bears International and our long-standing involvement with Canada’s Aboriginal communities.