Coronavirus: Province disappointed if Albertans are taking more than their share of masks

Fast food drive-thru locations across the province started distributing free non-medical masks to Albertans on Monday, but there are reports it may not be going as planned. The province has so far acquired 20 million face masks — at a…

Free non-medical face masks not yet available at Alberta drive-thurs

AB: Last week the province announced that Albertans could soon pick up free non-medical face masks at Tim Horton’s, McDonalds and A&W restaurant drive thrus. While many have made the trip hoping to pick theirs up, some are instead seeing…

Free face masks available to Albertans at some fast food drive thru windows

May 29 2020 8:13pm The Alberta government plans to distribute 20 million non-medical masks for free at hundreds of McDonald’s, A&W and Tim Hortons drive-thrus. Vinesh Pratap has more. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof…

Free face masks available to Albertans at some fast food drive thrus

May 29 2020 2:02pm The Alberta government plans to distribute 20 million non-medical masks for free at hundreds of McDonald’s, A&W and Tim Hortons drive-thrus. Vinesh Pratap explains how it works. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””;…

Wendy’s removes burgers from some U.S. menus amid beef shortage — will this happen in Canada?

Fast-food chains, from Wendy’s to McDonald’s, are feeling the pressure amid beef shortages linked to the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. diners have discovered while ordering from some of their favourite fast-food chains that burgers have been completely removed from the menu…

McDonald’s Canada to start importing beef over supply concerns amid COVID-19

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted April 28, 2020 4:53 pm Updated April 28, 2020 4:56 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ McDonald’s Canada says it will start importing beef as…

Confession from Edmonton man dubbed ‘Robin Hood of McNuggets’ delights internet

A man who worked at an Edmonton McDonald’s restaurant for two-and-a-half years recently revealed on Twitter that he put 11 chicken nuggets in nearly every 10-piece order he made. Cody Bondarchuk shared his confession at 5:30 p.m. on Friday. As…

McDonald’s serves notice to Edmonton burger restaurant over sandwich name

An Edmonton burger restaurant has received a cease and desist order from McDonald’s Canada over the name of one of its burgers. Paul Shufelt, owner and chef at Woodshed Burgers, received notice Wednesday to stop using the name Effing Filet…