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You Can Now Get McDonald's Hamburgers For 67 Cents Today Only

It's a pretty well-known fact at this point that nothing hits the spot for hot, fresh, yummy fries and hamburgers quite like a meal from McDonald's.

Whether you're a Big Mac fan through and through, or you're partial to the classic hamburger Happy Meals of your childhood, a good hamburger from McD's is pretty much one of the most delicious things you can treat yourself with.

Well, today, McDonald's Canada is celebrating its 50th anniversary in Canada.

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To celebrate all of this, McDonald's Canada will be proving just how amazing it truly is by offering up the deal of the century: $0.67 cent classic hamburgers to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Yup. A delicious, meaty, juicy McDonald's hamburger for less than $1. (I'm already drooling, TBH).

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And now, let us take a drive down memory lane and celebrate McDonald's last 50 years!

Little known fact: the very first Canadian McDonald's opened up in 1967 in Richmond, British Columbia. Canada was actually the second market McDonald's opened in, right after the U.S

Since then, it's been gracing us all with delicious food innovations: the first McFlurry, for example, was created in 1995 - a Canadian invention. That's right. You can thank a Canadian the next time you get to savour a sweet, cool, refreshing McFlurry!

In the last half century (!), McDonald's Canada has pretty much become a staple for Canadians - and, let's be real, this restaurant chain has given us tons of memories (who here doesn't remember having at least one of their childhood birthday parties at McDonald's?)

Plus, McDonald's Canada has given us all-day breakfast, a 24-hour drive through (their drive through has been around forever, FYI: the first-ever Canadian drive through opened up in 1977 in Regina!), McDelivery, and iconic meals - like its Big Mac, Chicken McNuggets, McFlurries, Sundaes, and Happy Meals. Oh, and let's not forget their McCafe coffees, which are pretty much made with pure happiness. 

To get your $0.67 cent hamburger, all you need to do is show up at any McDonald's Canada location in restaurant and drive-thru today and order one from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. It's legitimately that easy. Limit 3 per person, while quantities last. 

Check out McDonald's Canada's websiteFacebook, and Instagram pages for more details on how you can get your $0.67 cent hamburger; and celebrate 50 years of deliciousness along with them by share your favourite McDonald's moment online, using the hashtag #McDonalds50th!

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