Travis McEwan · CBC News · Posted: Jan 07, 2020 12:59 PM MT | Last Updated: January 7“A sealskin coat dropped off at Goodwill Alberta’s location on Whyte Avenue last week will be preserved for its historical significance. Staff have no idea who donated the coat or where it came from, but knew it was a significant item, said marketing manager Doug Roxburgh. The tag reads “Holman, N.W.T. Handmade by Eskimos.” “This is something we have never come across at our locations,” Roxburgh said. “We’ve been in operation since 1963 as Goodwill Industries of Alberta.” Trained staff research almost every product that comes in, he said, and recognized a one-of-a-kind item. To learn more about the coat, Goodwill created a social media post asking for help.” Full article available here: https://bit.ly/38g3Ts7 Related Articles January 10th, 2017 Newfoundland seal featured on Vancouver menu (via CBC) March 2nd, 2017 Have your say! (CSA) February 7th, 2018 Seal Meat, the Canadian sustainable harvested superfood!