The chain appears to be opening a second Toronto location as it just posted a few full-time and part-time job openings at Yorkdale Mall.
This second location is all part of the restaurants plans to open more than a dozen locations in Canada over the next five years, including locations in Southwestern Ontario and throughout Toronto.
Chick-fil-A is considered a very controversial company because of its president Dan T. Cathy who went public with his thoughts about same-sex marriage and support of “traditional” marriages. On top of its chicken sandwiches, the fast-food chain is also known for its conservative political views.
Despite all of the controversies, Chick-fil-A is seriously thriving in the United States.
The chain is currently on track to become the third most successful fast-food chain, surpassing Burger King, Subway, and Wendy’s.
When Chick-fil-A’s Yonge and Bloor location opened in September, the many protests didn’t stop folks from lining up around the block to get a taste of its iconic chicken sandwiches.
While there’s no word yet on when Chick-fil-A’s Yorkdale location will open, at least employees can enjoy Sundays off.
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