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FOR:  DANIER LEATHER INC.

TSE SYMBOL:  DL

APRIL 24, 2002 - 11:22 EDT

Danier Leather Reports Third Quarter Results For Fiscal
2002; Q3 Comparable Week Comparable Store Sales increase
6%-Year to date sales increase 10%

TORONTO, ONTARIO--Danier Leather Inc. (TSE: DL) today announced 
its consolidated financial results for the 13 and 39 weeks ended 
March 30, 2002. 

HIGHLIGHTS ($000s, except percentages and earnings per share): 


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                                                          Trailing
               13 Weeks Ended*      39 Weeks Ended    12 Months Ended   
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              Mar. 30,   Mar 24,   Mar 30,   Mar 24,  Mar. 30,  Mar. 24, 
                 2002*     2001*      2002      2001      2002      2001
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Sales          $46,501   $48,501  $154,145  $140,011  $179,552  $164,489
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EBITDA          $5,605    $7,407   $24,057   $25,632   $23,954   $26,302
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Net Earnings    $2,522    $3,673   $11,565   $12,390   $11,253   $12,335
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EPS Basic        $0.37     $0.54     $1.69     $1.79     $1.65     $1.77
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EPS Diluted      $0.36     $0.53     $1.66     $1.77     $1.61     $1.75
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*Note : Approximately $10 million in sales and related profit from
the key Boxing Week period were included in the second quarter of 
the current fiscal year,  whereas in the prior year they were 
included in the third quarter.  

Q3 Highlights: 

* On a comparable week basis (comparing the 13 weeks ending March 
30, 2002 with the 13 weeks ending March 31, 2001 which removes the
effect of Boxing Week), total company sales increased by 13% and 
comparable store sales increased 6%  

* Gross profit margin increased to 47.9% from 46.7%, a positive 
turnaround from the decline in the first half of the year 

* Continued to attract key talent, including hirings of Directors 
of Corporate Sales, Accessories and Visual Merchandising  

* Products distributed at Oscar, Juno and Screen Actors Guild 
award shows and Sundance Film Festival 

* Named Best Fashion Retailer at the recent City of Toronto Awards
for Excellence in Fashion  

* Achieved continued growth in marketing and momentum of the 
Danier brand in fashion press 

Revenue for the third quarter declined 4.1% to $46.5 million. On a
comparable week basis (13 weeks ended March 30, 2002 compared to 
13 weeks ended March 31, 2001), revenue increased by 13%.  EBITDA 
(earnings before interest expense, income tax, depreciation and 
amortization), a measure used by management to assess operating 
performance, was $5.6 million and net earnings were $2.5 million, 
or $0.37 per share ($0.36 diluted).  As previously announced and 
discussed above, had Boxing Week sales been included in the third 
quarter this year as they were last year, Danier would have 
reported both revenue and earnings growth compared to the third 
quarter last year. 

"Overall, we are pleased with our performance for both the quarter
and first nine months of the year," said Jeffrey Wortsman, 
President and CEO of Danier Leather.  "Margins are improving and 
our promotional strategy continues to bring in customers and drive
sales.  In addition, accessories continue to perform well, with 
sales increases of 7% for the quarter and 24% on a year-to-date 
basis."  

For the 39 weeks ended March 30, 2002, revenues rose 10% to $154.1
million. Net earnings were $11.6 million, or $1.69 per share 
($1.66 diluted), compared with net earnings of $12.4 million, or 
$1.79 per share ($1.77 diluted) for the 39-week period ended March
24, 2001.  EBITDA for the first nine months of fiscal 2002 was 
$24.1 million or $3.52 per share as compared with $25.6 million or
$3.70 per share.  The major cause of the net earnings and EBITDA 
decrease was a 3.1% gross margin decline during the first half of 
the year as a more aggressive promotional strategy was implemented
in response to weakness in the economy, especially in retail 
apparel. Gross margin turned around in the third quarter, 
increasing to 47.9% from 46.7% in the third quarter last year. 

Comparable store sales for the third quarter decreased 11%, while 
on a comparable week basis (13 weeks ended March 30, 2002 compared
to 13 weeks ended March 31, 2001), comparable store sales rose 6%.
Comparable store sales for the first nine months of fiscal 2002 
rose 1%. 

During the quarter, Danier strengthened its management team with 
the appointments of experienced individuals to lead its 
Accessories, Corporate Sales and Visual Merchandising departments.
The company also continued to leverage its brand and profile in 
the fashion press, with product featured in recent issues of 
InStyle, Flare, Fitness, and Women's Wear Daily, among others. In 
addition, Danier was invited to provide products at the recent 
Oscar, Juno and Screen Actors Guild awards, as well as the 
Sundance Film Festival. Danier was also named Best Fashion 
Retailer at the recent City of Toronto Awards for Excellence in 
Fashion.  

Mr. Wortsman continued, "we expect to open an additional mall 
store for the remainder of fiscal 2002. In addition, we expect our
fourth quarter loss to be slightly larger than last year's.  This 
is a natural consequence in our business as we continue to grow 
and operate more stores. Our management team has done an excellent
job maintaining a high level of performance and profitability in a
very challenging year for retailers."  

"We expect continued growth in fiscal 2003 as we begin to benefit 
from this year's investments in people, operations and 
infrastructure. We have also been taking advantage of our strong 
and debt-free balance sheet to purchase high-quality inventory at 
exceptional prices. This should help to fuel both sales and 
margins in the future, while delivering the fashion, quality and 
value our customers have come to expect from us." 

In fiscal 2003, the company plans to open one new mall store, 
three new power centres, and expand up to five existing mall 
stores. 

"With our latest management additions and a strict focus on our 
business strategy, our team is stronger and our future is brighter
than ever," concluded Mr. Wortsman. "We remain confident in our 
ability to deliver continued long-term growth for our 
shareholders."    

About Danier 

Danier Leather Inc. is a leading integrated designer, 
manufacturer, and retailer of high-quality leather and suede 
clothing and accessories.  The Company's merchandise is marketed 
exclusively under the well-known Danier brand name and is 
available only at its 88 shopping mall, street front, and power 
centre stores and online through its website, www.danier.com. 

Certain statements in this press release contain forward-looking 
statements that deal with potential future circumstances and 
developments. Forward-looking statements involve risks and 
uncertainties, including, but not limited to, the weather and 
performance of the economies in the markets in which the Company 
operates, continued acceptance of the Company's products, 
competitive factors, the Company's ability to identify and 
interpret fashion trends, factors affecting its sourcing of skins 
in Europe, New Zealand and Asia, and other such risks as we may 
identify in this release or in other published documents.  
Accordingly, there is no certainty that the Company's plans will 
be achieved.   

Investors, analysts and the media are invited to participate in a 
conference call today at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss the 
results. Please dial 1-888-489-9496 (U.S. and Canada) at least 
five minutes prior to the call. The call will also be webcast at 
www.danier.com and www.q1234.com.  


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DANIER LEATHER INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS AND RETAINED EARNINGS
(thousands of dollars, except earnings per share and number of shares
outstanding)
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                              For the 13              For the 39
                             Weeks Ended             Weeks Ended
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                           March       March        March       March
                         30, 2002    24, 2001     30, 2002    24, 2001
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                       (unaudited) (unaudited)  (unaudited) (unaudited)

Revenue                    $46,501     $48,501     $154,145    $140,011
Cost of sales               24,223      25,864       78,970      68,685
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Gross profit                22,278      22,637       75,175      71,326
Selling, general
 and
 administrative
 expenses                   18,020      16,224       55,109      49,000
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Earnings before
 interest and
 income taxes                4,258       6,413       20,066      22,326
Interest
 (income) expense             (15)        (34)          466         585
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Earnings before
 income taxes                4,273       6,447       19,600      21,741
Provision for
 income tax (Note 6)         1,751       2,774        8,035       9,351
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Net earnings for
 the period                 $2,522      $3,673      $11,565     $12,390
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Retained
 earnings,
 beginning of
 period                     36,923      24,519       27,880      17,209
Future income
 tax adjustment                  -           -            -           -
Share purchases                  -           -            -     (1,407)
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Retained
 earnings, end of
 period                    $39,445     $28,192      $39,445     $28,192
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Earnings per
 Share:                                                                
  Basic                      $0.37       $0.54        $1.69       $1.79
  Diluted                    $0.36       $0.53        $1.66       $1.77
                                                                       
Weighted Average
 Number of Shares
 Outstanding:                                                          
  Basic                  6,841,255   6,835,329    6,839,406   6,922,149
  Diluted                7,068,993   6,918,516    6,983,419   7,014,681
Number of Shares
 Outstanding             6,841,829   6,835,329    6,841,829   6,835,329



DANIER LEATHER INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS AND RETAINED EARNINGS
(thousands of dollars, except earnings per share and number of shares
outstanding)
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                                                      For the 12
                                                     Months Ended
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                                                   March       March
                                                  30, 2002    24, 2001
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                                                (unaudited) (unaudited)
                                                 (53 weeks)  (53 weeks)

Revenue                                            $179,552    $164,489
Cost of sales                                        93,103      80,754
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Gross profit                                         86,449      83,735
Selling, general
 and
 administrative
 expenses                                            67,011      61,455
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Earnings before
 interest and
 income taxes                                        19,438      22,280
Interest
 (income) expense                                       464         526
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Earnings before
 income taxes                                        18,974      21,754
Provision for
 income tax (Note
 6)                                                   7,721       9,419
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Net earnings for
 the period                                         $11,253     $12,335
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Retained
 earnings,
 beginning of
 period                                              28,192      18,207
Future income
 tax adjustment                                           -       (118)
Share purchases                                           -     (2,232)
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Retained
 earnings, end of
 period                                             $39,445     $28,192
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Earnings per
 Share:                                                                
  Basic                                               $1.65       $1.77
  Diluted                                             $1.61       $1.75
                                                                       
Weighted Average
 Number of Shares
 Outstanding:                                                          
  Basic                                           6,838,329   6,976,327
  Diluted                                         6,969,615   7,060,058
Number of Shares
 Outstanding                                      6,841,829   6,835,329



DANIER LEATHER INC.                                                    
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS                                            
(thousands of dollars)                                                 
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                                     March        March         June
                                    30, 2002     24, 2001     30, 2002
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                                  (unaudited)  (unaudited)
ASSETS                                                                 
Current Assets                                                         
 Cash                                 $ 7,768      $ 3,266      $ 1,663
 Accounts
  receivable                            2,027        1,166          664
 Inventories (Note 3)                  37,812       39,775       39,227
 Prepaid expenses                         410           83          459
 Current portion
  of future income
  tax asset                             1,001        1,176          932
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                                       49,018       45,466       42,945
                                                                       
Other Assets                                                           
 Capital assets (Note 4)               29,782       23,162       25,151
 Goodwill                                 342          345          342
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                                      $79,142      $68,973      $68,438
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LIABILITIES                                                            
Current
 Liabilities                                                           
 Bank overdraft                            $-           $-       $3,486
 Accounts payable
  and accrued
  liabilities                          12,863       13,160       11,945
 Income taxes
  payable                               2,885        3,717        1,184
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                                       15,748       16,877       16,615
Future income
 tax liability                            495          492          531
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                                       16,243       17,369       17,146
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SHAREHOLDERS'
 EQUITY                                                                
 Share capital (Note 5)                23,454       23,412       23,412
 Retained
  earnings                             39,445       28,192       27,880
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                                       62,899       51,604       51,292
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                                      $79,142      $68,973      $68,438
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DANIER LEATHER INC.                                                    
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOW                                   
(thousands of dollars)                                                 
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                     For the 13 Weeks Ended      For the 39 Weeks Ended
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                      March         March        March          March
                    30, 2002      24, 2001     30, 2002       24, 2001
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                  (unaudited)   (unaudited)  (unaudited)    (unaudited)
Operating
 activities                                                            
 Net earnings for
  the period           $2,522        $3,673      $11,565        $12,390
 Items not
  affecting cash:                                                      
  Amortization          1,347           994        3,991          3,306
 Future income
  taxes                 (114)           116        (105)            116
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                        3,755         4,783       15,451         15,812
Change in
 non-cash working
 capital items
 (Note 7)             (4,262)         1,907        2,720        (4,523)
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Cash flows from
 operating
 activities             (507)         6,690       18,171         11,289
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Financing
 activities                                                            
 Issuance of
  subordinate
  voting shares             9             -           42              -
 Subordinate
  voting shares
  purchased for
  cancellation              -             -            -        (2,231)
 Obligations
  under capital
  leases                    -         (455)            -          (740)
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Cash flows from
 financing
 activities                 9         (455)           42        (2,971)
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Investing
 activities                                                            
 Acquisition of
  capital assets      (1,957)       (1,394)      (8,622)        (5,827)
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Cash flows from
 investing
 activities           (1,957)       (1,394)      (8,622)        (5,827)
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Increase/(decrease)
 in cash              (2,455)         4,841        9,591          2,491
Cash and bank
 overdraft,
 beginning of
 period                10,223       (1,575)      (1,823)            775
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Cash, end of
 period                $7,768        $3,266       $7,768         $3,266
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Supplementary
 cash flow
 information:                                                          
 Interest paid             33            15          472            630
 Income taxes
  paid                  2,203         2,174        6,484          8,780

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DANIER LEATHER INC.                                               
     

NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (UNAUDITED) 

1. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES: 

(a) Basis of Presentation: 

The interim financial statements presented herein follow the same 
accounting policies and their methods of application as the 2001 
annual financial statements, except as noted in notes 1(b) and 
1(c) below. Generally accepted accounting principles for interim 
financial statements do not conform in all respects to the 
disclosures required for annual financial statements, and 
accordingly, these interim financial statements should be read in 
conjunction with the Company's audited consolidated financial 
statements and the accompanying notes contained in the Company's 
2001 Annual Report. 

(b) Goodwill (thousands of dollars): 

Effective July 1, 2001, the Company adopted the Canadian Institute
of Chartered Accounts (CICA) Handbook section 3062 "Goodwill and 
Other Intangible Assets". Under the new standard, which can only 
be applied prospectively, goodwill and other intangible assets are
not amortized, but are tested for impairment at least annually as 
well as on adoption of the new standard. The effect of this change
on net earnings for the 13 week and 39 week periods ended March 
30, 2002 was an increase of $3 and $9, respectively. 

(c) Earnings Per Share: 

Earnings per share are calculated using the weighted average 
number of shares outstanding during the period. The Company 
adopted the treasury stock method of accounting for diluted 
earnings per share in its fiscal year ended June 30, 2001. Diluted
shares outstanding for the 13 week and 39 week periods ended March
24, 2001 were restated to reflect the treasury stock method. The 
effect of the restatement of diluted earnings per share for the 13
week and 39 week periods ended March 24, 2001 was an increase of 
$0.03 per share and $0.10 per share, respectively. 

(d) Comparative Figures: 

Certain of last year's figures have been reclassified to conform 
with the current year's presentation. 

2. SEASONALITY OF RETAIL OPERATIONS: 

Due to the seasonal nature of the retail business and the 
Company's product lines, the results of operations for any interim
period are not necessarily indicative of the results of operations
to be expected for the fiscal year. Generally, a significant 
portion of the Company's sales and earnings are generated during 
the fiscal second quarter, which includes the holiday selling 
season. Sales are generally lowest and losses are experienced 
during the period from April to September.  


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3. INVENTORY (thousands of dollars):

                        March 30, 2002   March 24, 2001   June 30, 2001
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Raw materials &
 work-in-process              $  7,829         $  9,275        $  9,077
Finished goods                  29,983           30,500          30,150
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                              $ 37,812         $ 39,775        $ 39,227
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4. CAPITAL ASSETS  (thousands of dollars):

                                            March 30, 2002
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                                            Accumulated    Net Book
                                     Cost  Amortization      Value
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Land                              $ 1,000           $ -     $ 1,000
Building                            6,976           885       6,091
Furniture and
 equipment                          9,833         4,840       4,993
Leasehold improvements             21,719         8,855      12,864
Computer hardware and
 software                           8,390         3,556       4,834
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                                  $47,918       $18,136     $29,782
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                                            March 24, 2001
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                                            Accumulated    Net Book
                                     Cost  Amortization      Value
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Land                              $ 1,000           $ -    $  1,000
Building                            6,754           455       6,299
Furniture and
 equipment                          7,140         4,029       3,111
Leasehold improvements             16,910         6,825      10,085
Computer hardware and
 software                           5,169         2,502       2,667
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                                  $36,973      $ 13,811    $ 23,162
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                                            June 30, 2001
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                                            Accumulated    Net Book
                                     Cost  Amortization      Value
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Land                           $  1,000             $ -        $  1,000
Building                          5,897             340           5,557
Furniture and equipment           9,043           4,423           4,620
Leasehold improvements           17,110           6,631          10,479
Computer hardware and
 software                         6,245           2,750           3,495
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                               $ 39,295        $ 14,144        $ 25,151
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5. CAPITAL STOCK  (thousands of dollars, except number of shares and
per share amounts): 

                              March 30,       March 24,        June 30,
Authorized                       2002            2001             2001
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1,224,329 Multiple Voting
 Shares                                                
Unlimited Subordinate
 Voting Shares                                                         
Unlimited Class A
 Preference Shares                                                     
                                                                       
Issued                                                                 
1,224,329 Multiple
 Voting Shares (March
 24, 2001 and June 30,
 2001 - 1,224,329)                    *               *               *
5,617,500 Subordinate
 Voting Shares (March
 24, 2001 and June 30,
 2001 - 5,611,000)               23,454          23,412          23,412
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                               $ 23,454        $ 23,412        $ 23,412
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* Nominal                                                              

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During the 39 weeks ended March 30, 2002, 6,500 Subordinate Voting
Shares were issued pursuant to the exercise of stock options for 
total consideration of $42 and no shares were purchased for 
cancellation under the Normal Course Issuer Bid approved by the 
Toronto Stock Exchange on February 1, 2002. 

The Company has reserved 1,025,000 Subordinate Voting Shares for 
issuance under its Stock Option Plan. As at March 30, 2002, 
options to acquire up to 627,125 Subordinate Voting Shares at 
exercise prices ranging from $6.02 to $11.25 per share and 
expiring no later than 2011 were outstanding under the Stock 
Option Plan. 


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6. INCOME TAXES:

The Company's effective income tax rate consists of the following: 



                                 March 30, 2002          March 24, 2001
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Combined basic federal and
 provincial average statutory
 rate                                     41.0%                   43.2%
Manufacturing and processing credit      (2.0%)                  (2.0%)
Effect of foreign
 operating losses                          1.0%                    1.5%
Other                                      1.0%                    0.3%
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                                          41.0%                   43.0%
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7. CHANGES IN NON-CASH OPERATING WORKING CAPITAL ITEMS
 (thousands of dollars):

                              13 weeks ended          39 weeks ended
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                           March 30,   March 24,   March 30,  March 24,
                                2002        2001        2002       2001
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Accounts receivable          $ 2,606      $2,379    ($1,363)     ($404)
Inventories                      815       4,635       1,415    (4,651)
Prepaid expenses                (97)        (46)          49        114
Accounts payable and
 accrued liabilities         (7,290)     (5,556)         918       (48)
Income taxes payable           (296)         495       1,701        466
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Outstanding at end of
 year                       ($4,262)      $1,907     $ 2,720   ($4,523)
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8. COMMITMENTS & CONTINGENCIES (thousands of dollars): 

(a) Legal Proceedings  

In the course of its business, the Company from time to time 
becomes involved in various claims and legal proceedings. In 
fiscal 1999, the Company and certain of its directors and officers
were served with a Statement of Claim under the Ontario Class 
Proceedings Act. The Claim relates to subordinate voting shares 
purchased at the time of the Company's initial public offering in 
May, 1998. Essentially, the suit seeks rescission of the 
plaintiff's purchase of shares made in May, 1998, or 
alternatively, that damages be paid equal to the diminution in 
value of the shares. In March, 2001, the Court dismissed the 
plaintiff's claim for rescission. The plaintiff also brought a 
motion to certify the action as a class action on behalf of 
investors who purchased shares pursuant to the initial public 
offering. A motion to certify the action as a class action was 
heard in July, 2001, and in October, 2001, the motion for 
certification was granted. No amounts have been provided in the 
accounts of the Company in respect of this matter. The Company 
strongly believes the suit is wholly without merit and will 
vigorously defend it. 

(b) Operating Leases 

Minimum rentals for the next five years and thereafter, excluding 
rentals based upon revenue are as follows: 


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2003                                                    $     8,907
2004                                                    $     8,273
2005                                                    $     7,635
2006                                                    $     6,867
2007                                                    $     6,473
Thereafter                                              $    15,726

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8. COMMITMENTS & CONTINGENCIES (continued): 

(c) Letters of Credit  

The Company had outstanding letters of credit in the amount of 
$4,225 (June 30, 2001 - $11,230; March 24, 2001 - $2,835) for 
imports of raw materials and finished goods inventories to be 
received. 

9. SEGMENTED INFORMATION: 

Management has determined that the Company operates in one 
dominant industry and geographic segment which involves the 
design, manufacture and retail of fashioon leather and suede 
apparel. 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Danier Leather Inc.
Bryan Tatoff
Senior Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer
(416) 762-8175 ext. 328
(416) 762-7408 (FAX)
Investor Relations Contact
bryan@danier.com

or

Danier Leather Inc.
Jeffrey Wortsman
President and Chief Executive Officer
(416) 762-8175 ext. 302
(416) 762-7408 (FAX)
leather@danier.com