Shaking up the coffee game. Second Cup is planning on opening 14 new "non-traditional" stores throughout Canada over the next year so there will be different, more unique places to get your cup of joe. Plus, there are other changes expected to happen soon as well.\nWhile some companies are closing stores throughout the country and restructuring their brands, Second Cup is actually going to be growing through a different approach.\nEditor's Choice: Aluminum Tariffs From Trump Who Said Canada Was Being 'Unfair' Prompt Government Response\nThe Canadian coffee chain announced its plans for the future on August 7.\nA major part of the growth is developing what is being called "non-traditional" cafes.\nThat includes stores in hospitals, airports, train stations, other transportation spots and more places that are different from the stand-alone coffee shops we're used to.\nOver the next 18 months, 14 locations like that are expected to open across Canada.\nAnother change that's coming is that Second Cup coffee is going to be made available at grocery stores and other retailers.\nThat's because those businesses have seen growth during the COVID-19 pandemic.\nThe company also has its own e-commerce shop that launched back in April where you can buy its branded coffee, tea, hot chocolate and more.\nView this post on Instagram Tag 3 friends you want to share a Flash Cold Brew with! 🧊⚡️ #FlashFridays A post shared by Second Cup Coffee Co. (@secondcupcanada) on Jul 10, 2020 at 5:02am PDT\nDrive-thru locations are also expected to open at three Petro-Canada stations in Ontario this year.\nSecond Cup hopes that there will be an opportunity to deepen that relationship in 2021, leading to even further expansion of their drive-thru initiative.\nView this post on Instagram Welcome to the neighbourhood, @secondcupcanada ☕️(+ @pinkberrycanada!🍧) . . . . . . #secondcupcanada #secondcup #dtnyxe #webelongdtnyxe #saskatooning #coffeelovers #coffeetime #saskatoonfoodies A post shared by DTNYXE (@dtnyxe) on Sep 5, 2019 at 4:37pm PDT\nIn July, a Second Cup location in Toronto was turned into a weed store through the company's own retail cannabis brand.\nSix more are getting ready to open in Ontario as well.\nThere is also a goal to make Second Cup the first national coffee chain to sell CBD beverages.\nBy contrast, Starbucks is expected to close up to 200 locations in Canada over the next two years as part of its restructuring process.