I grew up with fur coats.
It was a big part of my childhood, my friends and I would play in our backyard with our coats and it was always something we would do.
I remember my dad telling us, ‘I’m going to get you a fur jacket.’
That was the first time I really understood that fur was a part of life, and we wore them in ways we wouldn’t otherwise.
A few months later, we went to a park, and I was wearing my dad’s old fur coat.
I was just like, ‘You know what, I’m going out in the woods with my dad, and then I’m wearing that fur coat again.’
The second time we went, I thought, ‘Wow, I got to wear that fur jacket again.’
My dad is an avid hunter, and he’s been with me every step of the way.
He says he’s never seen me look so happy, so excited.
I’m very lucky to be able to wear it, because it’s the perfect thing for my family.
We wear fur coats to work and out, to take pictures with my family, and to go for walks.
It’s the best way to warm up, but we don’t always have to wear one in winter.
With the growing popularity of fursuits in Canada, there is an increased demand for fursuiters.
The demand is outstripping the supply, and the fur industry has been struggling.
For example, in March of 2017, the Canadian Fur Fur Industry Association reported that it was in a “decline” and the industry was at “a crossroads.”
For the past few years, Canada’s largest fur companies have struggled to keep up with demand for their products.
According to a 2015 report by the Canadian Association of Fur and Apparel Producers, the industry lost nearly $1.4 billion in value in 2017, and $3.5 billion in the past two years.
There are also signs of a resurgence in the fur trade in other parts of the world.
In France, fur prices are rising, as are demand from China.
In Germany, a fur trade association is planning to introduce a levy on imported fur.
The United Kingdom is considering a similar levy.
Canada has an extensive fur trade, and fur trade associations are lobbying to have it included in the country’s constitution.
Some fur trade advocates are also calling for a boycott of Canada and its fur industry.
The fur industry in Canada has been in decline for decades.
It has been declining since the 1970s, and it is expected to remain that way for at least another decade.
The industry has struggled to compete with the growing fur trade.
Many companies have closed and moved operations to low-cost overseas markets, including China, where the industry is the second-largest.
And the demand for fur in Canada is growing as more people and products become more affordable.
Fur exports to China account for about 5 per cent of all Canadian exports.
The Canadian Fur Trade Association estimates that fur exports to other countries have more than doubled in the last five years, and will grow by 25 per cent by 2025.
And while many Canadians are happy to spend their hard-earned money on a fursuiting costume, fur lovers in Canada are also buying into the trend.
I’ve seen fur on my TV, on Instagram, in stores.
The first thing I see when I walk in the door is my furs.
I don’t care what it is, but I’m willing to wear whatever I want.
I buy more fur jackets and furskins than I do hats, socks, and shirts.
My friends have started using fur in their everyday attire.
Fur is the most beautiful thing, and people have embraced it.
In fact, the fur lobby in Canada recently began a campaign to encourage Canadians to get rid of their fur coats, because fur is destroying the environment.
Canada is in a position where there are more and more fur coats being sold in the Canadian market.
But many fur coats are still imported and produced in China, a country that is not only responsible for the production of fur, but also for its own fur trade and trade regulations.
The trade of fur is one of the few industries that has a direct impact on the environment, and therefore, the only one that is regulated.
In Canada, fur is a commodity, and like all commodities, it has to be handled and controlled by a company that is accountable to the Canadian public.
In order to make the industry sustainable, Canada must create the regulatory environment to ensure that it is properly regulated, and that companies can compete on an equal footing with companies that have the same goals and standards.
We need to stop buying fur coats and start buying furs, and make it more affordable for Canadians to spend money on furs and accessories.
We can also ensure that the industry stays sustainable and profitable for Canadians.
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