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McDonald's Surprise Happy Meals Will Feature Toys From Your Childhood Next Week Only

McDonald's is going all out to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Happy Meal. From November 7 to 10, Happy Meals will include popular toys from past decades, and many of them are blasts from the past that we all grew up playing with. McDonald's Surprise Happy Meals in Canada will feature iconic toys from the 80s and 90s that are great collectibles. Surprise Happy Meals will be available in over 90 countries all over the world to celebrate their milestone. Toys will be available while supplies last.There will be 15 toys in most of Canada's McDonald's locations that you can collect. However, Quebec will only have 10 of the 15 available. The toys featured will be Hello Kitty, Furby, Tamagotchi, Space Jam Bugs Bunny, Power Rangers, and much more.

No matter what toy you end up getting in this limited edition Happy Meal, it will be sure to transport you back to a simpler time. 

Get ready to relive your childhood with the excitement of what you might find in a Happy Meal. When was the last time you looked forward to a Happy Meal? We have a feeling more adults will be running to grab these than kids will.  

Remember those old McDonald's characters that probably still haunt you in your dreams? These Happy Meals will bring them back, including the famous Hamburglar. 

Everything about these toys screams retro, and if you want to get your hands on one of them, all you have to do is purchase a Happy Meal this week. 

View a full list of the toys that will be available below:

Happy Meals have raised $70 million for charities since 2004. A portion of the proceeds from every Happy Meal sold in Canada goes towards Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada. These donations help keep more than 25,000 families close together every year while their child is getting treatment at a closeby children's hospital. The family stays at Ronald McDonald Houses and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms across Canada while waiting. 

So get ready to relive your childhood this week with these retro toys! 

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