Chick-fil-A opens in Toronto: “We're just here to buy chicken” amid LGBT protesters

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Chick-fil-A opened its first restaurant in Toronto with a round-the-block lineup of excited Torontonians.

Despite tens of radical LGBT and vegan activists staging a “die-in” to protest meat consumption (ignoring the McDonald's one block south) the opening was a wild success.

Customers came from all walks of life, and be it an engaged gay couple, to Muslims, to African-Canadians, nobody in line for a juicy chicken sandwich was dissuaded by the breathless protesters.

While this wasn't the first Chick-fil-A to open in Canada ever, (the first was located in Calgary at the Steven J. Harper International Airport) it is new to most Canadians.