Taco Bell Expands in Western Canada

Exterior Photo of Taco Bell restaurant

GINA, Sask. — Taco Bell Canada and Redberry Restaurants have opened its new location in Regina, Sask.

Redberry continues to grow its footprint across Western Canada with 200 new store openings projected over the next 10 years. The franchise recently acquired two Taco Bell locations in Saskatoon, Sask., marking its official foray into the province, and has since introduced a new management team, installed drive-thru digital-menu boards and made in-store updates.

“The Saskatchewan community has welcomed Redberry with open arms since our acquisition of two Saskatoon locations,” says Steve Pereira, director of Taco Bell Operations, Redberry. “We’re thrilled to expand our presence in the bustling city of Regina and bring the Taco Bell experience to even more Saskatchewanians.”

“We’ve heard everyone’s enthusiastic calls for a Taco Bell reunion in Regina, and our continued collaboration with Redberry has made this much-anticipated location a reality,” says Devon Lawrence, Marketing director, Taco Bell Canada. “The grand opening in Regina marks a significant milestone in our nationwide expansion strategy, and we’re eager to see what lies ahead.”

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