Odd Burger Signs Franchise Agreement for its First Ottawa Location


TORONTO — Odd Burger has signed a franchise agreement for its first Ottawa location, continuing its expansion plans throughout Canada.

The location is expected to open within three months of site selection and permit approvals, which franchisees Charlotte Dietz and Leo Grant are currently seeking.

“Odd-awa is key to making Odd Burger a national chain, and we now have the right partners to bring our brand to the capital,” says James McInnes, co-founder and CEO of Odd Burger. “We think this community is ready for superior fast food and our classic menu of burgers, wings, and shakes, from wholesome ingredients like chickpeas, jackfruit, and fresh veggies.”

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