wow.... that was super wierd. I havent been on this site for a while on account of school and a general hectic life, and the first time I do come back to see whats going on at BPL, my name is the title of a post...haha.
Anyways, to answer your question - the anorak I got came from Save More Sports Store in Toronto. It can be found here - http://www.savemoresportstore.ca/specials.html
Its well priced as well, at only $50 CND. Make sure to oversize if you intend on layering. Im guessing you read the rest of that post and know about the fur ruffs. This jacket works fairly well for that as well - considering its price. The hood isnt all that stiff or adjustable but it served me super well in Alaska for the longest time before I decided to upgrade. Hope its what you're looking for.
I have a few more suggestions if you decide to upgrade. Empire Canvas Works makes an awesome anorak. Check it out at http://www.empirecanvasworks.com/arcticanorak.htm
So does Wintergreen Designs at http://wintergreendesigns.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=WGN&Product_Code=10110&Category_Code=AK
The company that makes most of the gear I use - Northern Outfitters also makes a good anorak. It is a bit different from the others, as the Versatech fabric is quite soft and flexible. I usually dont end up wearing it alone over insulation, rather over my parka when s*** really starts to hit the fan. You can check it out at http://northernoutfitters.com/s-11-wind-garments.aspx
All are a lot more expensive but do have features that I would want in an anorak at the end of the day. It depends on your own needs though.
Feel free to ask any more questions.