Goose people are everyday heroes who strive for excellence. Their journeys, achievements and “can do” attitudes inspire us.
Sarain Fox is a storyteller and how she tells those stories depends on what day of the week it is. A dancer and choreographer, Sarain trained in New York at the storied Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. She’s also currently the host of RISE on Viceland and Future History on APTN, using the medium of television to explore political and social issues. When not filming, she’s travelling the world as a speaker and activist, using her platform to advocate for the environment with an urgency born out of her own deep connection to the land.
And while the subject matter is often varied, the lens is not. As an Anishinaabe woman, born in Batchawana First Nation, just outside of Sault Sainte Marie, Ontario, Sarain is passionate about empowering Indigenous communities and amplifying their voices, especially those of the youth. It’s why moments like starring in our Holiday campaign in 2018—the first Indigenous person to do so—are so meaningful for her.
Sarain Fox embodies the values Canada Goose holds closest: Authenticity, pursuit of excellence, and audacious goals. We can’t wait to see where this journey takes us together.