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The piece protesting that the Supreme Court of Canada has fancy robes, trimmed with “real fur,” puts hair in the eye.
“Nowadays these robes are worn only a handful of times each year,” according to the author. They won't wear out very rapidly. Also, the Toronto shop where the robes were made is even closed, now. So, we think that no mink has had to blink at this for awhile. Also, Canada's spread across the continent was driven by the fur trade.
But consider, as the author recommends, decorating the robes with fake news, er, fake fur. Has anyone considered the cries of suffering at the orlon ranch when they are harvesting orlon piles for the fake fur?
Save the orlon!