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Taco Bell closing all Quebec locations

Taco Bell closing all Quebec locations
/ Taco Bell

Sad news for fans of Taco Bell. The popular fast-food chain is officially leaving the province of Quebec.

After a flood of questions on Twitter, Taco Bell quietly made the announcement on Friday that it's shutting down all locations in the province.

The chain hasn't yet responded to questions about why it is leaving, but like many major chains, the company has been vocal in the past about the extra headaches in operating in Quebec, including coming up with names in French and adding a French-language section on the company website.

Taco Bell Canada tweeted a reply: "Our Quebec locations are closing. We love all of our Québécois fans and hope to see you again soon."

The first-ever Taco Bell arrived just over fifteen years ago in Quebec in December 2006 before officially opening in March 2007.


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