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Jackets are on display at the Canada Goose Inc. showroom in Toronto. (Aaron Vincent Elkaim/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Jackets are on display at the Canada Goose Inc. showroom in Toronto. (Aaron Vincent Elkaim/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Parka maker Canada Goose Holdings Inc. filed paperwork Wednesday for an expected $200-million (U.S.) initial public offering, the third debut in the past six months from a Canadian company that sells trendy consumer products.

Toronto-based Canada Goose, which sells parkas that start at $800, is currently owned by its founding family and U.S. private equity fund Bain Capital. These backers plan to take the company public with a dual class share structure, with management and Bain Capital initially maintaining control of a company valued at about $2-billion, according to Bloomberg News.

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