CANADIAN furriers are expecting international demand for fur garments will drive Canadian exports up 10-15 per cent this year, to more than CAN$350-million according to the country's National Post newspaper.

Alan Herscovici, executive vice-president of the Fur Council of Canada, said fur does not have the negative connotations it used to.

He told the country: "Times have changed.....we can handle a sustainable resource with humanity and under rules set by international agreements, adding "last year was terrific....designers and ...

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