Odd Burger to Open First Location in Western Canada

Odd Burger interior photo of restaurant

LONDON, Ont. — Odd Burger opened its first western-Canada location in Calgary on December 10. The grand opening offered half-price Crispy ChickUn Burgers all day long and Odd Burger tote bags for the first 30 people in line. Also, 25 per cent of sales were donated to the Animal Save Movement.

The Calgary Odd Burger is the first location to open outside of Ontario and marks an important milestone for the company as it looks to expand its footprint across Canada. Franchisees Jay and Joanna Ghandi will helm one of the largest Odd Burger locations to date at nearly 1,500 sq. ft., featuring more than 20 seats, a large patio space and ample free parking.

Recently, Odd Burger also celebrated the grand opening of its Brampton, Ont. location. Franchisees Divneet Kaur and Jay Ahluwalia donated a portion of their grand opening day sales to the Animal Save Movement in support of the Plant-Based Treaty, an initiative that puts food systems at the heart of combating the climate crisis.

Additionally, the company has secured a location in Victoria, B.C. and will be drafting permits for approval by the city. The franchised location is set to open at 1700 Blanshard St. and is approximately 1,300 sq. ft. with a large patio.

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