I'm not for it or against it, but has to have realistic expectations.
I think it will only be done by products which are highly automated will be made here. Like I've said, I've been to factories that cut down their employees by 98%, it's crazy when you walk into a 200,000 square foot facility and it only has 10 employees and there are robots all around. Exception are unionized (pretty much only automotive industry) or highly government subsidized. For the rest of the products the reason it went to China in the first place is because of cheap labor. Now China labor is too expensive and their country isn't even as interested in cheap labor as much. Our sourcing have moved onto other countries over a decade ago Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Bangladesh and somewhat India. There are 200+ countries, and for most products it will go to all the cheaper labor countries first before it will come back to Canada and that is due to economics. There are literally over 100+ countries that will get these manufacturing jobs before it comes back home.
Canada Goose is an anomoly, as people are willing to pay a premium for a Canadian made product from all over the world. There are a few other examples too I'm sure.
Personally, I would say learn a new skill if you want a good living wage. Go into IT, construction, teaching, nursing, warehousing, logistics, automotive for now, etc as there are lots of great jobs that pay really really well out there. F%^$ these manufacturing jobs and move forward, that's why our eyes are in front of our eyes.