The first McDonald’s restaurant in Canada opened on June 1, 1967 in Richmond, B.C., and to mark its 50th milestone birthday, the fast-food chain will be selling 67-cent (plus tax) hamburgers across the country tomorrow (August 16) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
McDonald’s-lovers will be able to get their hands on this special deal at any of its 1,400 locations across Canada, which includes 197 spots in B.C.
Each customer is limited to purchasing three 67-cent hamburgers (walk-in only), while supplies last. We have a feeling that these babies will sell quick, because when’s the last time you were able to buy a burger with a loonie?
"It's amazing to think that a single B.C. location that started in 1967 has grown to over 1,400 restaurants across Canada," said John Betts, president and CEO of McDonald's Canada, in a press statement. "This is a true testament to what the passion, spirit and support of guests, franchisees and employees can do. Looking ahead, we're excited about our future and continuing to share special moments, like today, with Canadians from coast to coast."