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After years of service, the Laurentians’ KFC is closing its doors

Sad news for fans of the Laurentians’ fast food chain PFK, as the Sainte-Thérèse branch recently ended operations.

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The information was confirmed by the regional director of KFC Monik Parisien.

“There is no sign outside the restaurant anymore, so yes the restaurant is permanently closed until the end of the lease,” she explains to TVA Nouvelles.

The actor does not exclude the possibility of building another KFC nearby.

The restaurant, located at 60 rue Curé-Labelle, in Sainte-Thérèse, has been in business “at least since the 1980s,” according to residents of the area.

On the Facebook page, a user indicated that the restaurant had closed, but had no kind words for the branch.

“It was time to shut him down. It was such a shame… I’ve been disappointed with the service every 2-3 years I’ve gone to get some… He’s been on a ventilator for way too long,” says Steve Desjardins.

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We tried to find out the exact year of opening the establishment, but to no avail.

For many employees, the news came as a shock.

Louise Gerard, who worked at Kentucky Fried Chicken for 8 years, gave the reasons for the closure.

According to her, the establishment was closed due to poor management and lack of staff, as she claims on Google, in the reviews section.

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