Chick-Fil-A Toronto Canada grand opening saw Alphabet People protestors. They don’t have jobs? How can you protest chicken?
Over 100 alphabet people protest the grand opening of Chick-Fil-A‘s first Canadian restaurant in Toronto on Friday.
The American food chain, which has over 2,300 locations across the U.S., opened a store at Yonge and Bloor Streets a few minutes before alphabet community protesters marched up with signs condemning the fast food restaurant.
Alphabet people protest signs read, “Chuck-off” and “Freedom for All. Justice for Animals” and chants of “shame” could be heard coming from the group.
“The destruction of factory farming and oppressed bodies of the chicken are very anti-indigenous. This is not how we respect the land,” said one protester into a megaphone.
Several alphabet people protesters began to stage a meltdown and lie on the floor outside the Chick-fil-A entrance.
Meanwhile, Chick-fil-A fans lined up despite the cringe around the Toronto block before opening, hoping to be one of the first to get the newly-available food.
Alphabet community protesters outside the Toronto Chick-fil-A chanted “we will not be silenced.”