It's a summer filled with delicious deals across the country. Yet another has been added to the list. Mcdonald's Canada has introduced a new faves menu, and everything on it is under five bucks.\nSome of the most beloved McDonald's classics have found their way on the faves menu. That includes the six-piece McNuggets and the incomparable Big Mac.\nThe McChicken can also be found on the new menu, as well as the perpetual underdog of McDonald's sandwiches, the filet-o-fish.\nEach of these options is now just $4.99, and there are some restrictions, as is to be expected with any fast food offering.\nThese faves aren't available with any other meals, pairings, or offers. They'll also only be around for a limited time.\nStill, when you're out for a long summer day and working up an appetite, at least you know that you can grab a quick, convenient bite for a fiver (plus tax).\nThese new faves join one of the most popular McDonald's deals of the season: the dollar drink days. Any fountain drink, plus small or medium iced coffees for just a loonie is always a good time.\nAlthough, if you're looking for a more sophisticated cold drink, then maybe the Starbucks summer menu would be more your speed. It features delicious newcomers like the Iced Guava Passionfruit Drink and the Iced Pineapple Matcha.\nView this post on Instagram When it comes to McNuggets, who’s team Hot Mustard Sauce? Let us know below! 👇 A post shared by McDonald’s Canada (@mcdonaldscanada) on Feb 18, 2020 at 8:59am PST\nThere are also a couple of great deals available for ice cream lovers.\nOne dollar soft-serve cones are available at Burger King, while a small Wendy's Frosty is just 99 cents (and best enjoyed with some fries for dipping).\nView this post on Instagram *opens search bar, types “glamour shots of Big Mac” hits enter* 🍔🤩 A post shared by McDonald’s Canada (@mcdonaldscanada) on Sep 21, 2019 at 8:44am PDT\nThere are also some other fun snacks to choose from, like the new KD Bites, also available at Burger King and providing deep-fried mac and cheese goodness.\nBasically, there's no shortage of fast food snacks available, and with more places reopening, there are even more opportunities to try them.