Toronto Is Getting More Chick-Fil-A Locations This Year

Toronto Is Getting More Chick-Fil-A Locations This Year
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Mouthwatering news is coming your way! Chick-fil-A is opening two new locations in Toronto this year.

Upon opening its doors in 2019, the company received backlash from Torontonians that were not so thrilled to welcome the chain restaurant. Regardless, Chick-Fil-A will continue to branch out and will be opening new locations. One will be in Scarborough Town Centre’s food court and another at 336 Queen Street West. The locations already operating in Toronto are at 1 Bloor Street and Yorkdale Mall. 

This is all part of Chick-fil-A’s growth strategy in which it plans to open 20 more spaces in Canada by 2025. 

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The executive Vice President of International at Chick-fil-A Inc, Anita Costello, said in a press release that “We’re thrilled to continue growing in Canada by opening restaurants in Kitchener and Toronto. During these times, we’re grateful for the positive response we continue to receive from our Canadian customers and we are honoured to serve our new communities great-tasting food made with high-quality ingredients.” 

Not only do we get to enjoy the crisp waffle fries, but Chick-fil-A will be donating $25,000 to a local food bank for every new location opening.

How awesome is that?

The company also stated that “The restaurants will open for business later this year and will create approximately 200-250 full- and part-time job opportunities.” So, if you love the chicken sandwich chain and are looking for work, you could get a job there too!

There are no set dates for the new openings, so stay tuned for updates.

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