Dunkin’ Donuts has shuttered its last Canadian locations

Sep 6 2018, 2:31 pm

Dunkin’ Donuts has left the country. The American chain of doughnut shops, until just recently, operated three outposts in the Montreal-area but now those have closed.

The rival to Timmy Ho’s once operated 210 brick and mortar location in Quebec alone but has seen a rapid decline. Redditors pointed out earlier this week that the sole free-standing outlet in Verdun had recently been converted into a “Deli Donut.”

Now in a statement to Daily Hive, Dunkin’ Brands confirms that “the three remaining Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in Canada have closed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our loyal guests. It has been an honour to serve our Canadian guests our brand’s range of high-quality coffees, baked goods and sandwiches.”

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