When it comes to fast food: Tex-Mex food or fast food boulders?

Fast food in Toronto, like many other places in Canada, has changed quite a bit over the years.

It was once a popular and often lucrative dining option, but now it is increasingly a place for hungry people who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of a busy restaurant.

As of March 2018, the number of fast food restaurants in the GTA had dropped from more than 11,500 in 1996 to 6,500, according to the city’s statistics bureau.

According to the latest statistics, there were 2,500 fast food restaurant openings in the city at the end of March, compared with 6,000 in the same period last year.

The numbers were a dramatic drop for the city and the number is now down to less than 1,000.

In fact, the last time there were more than 3,000 fast food establishments in the Toronto area was in the early 1990s.

The rapid decline in fast food has not gone unnoticed by the fast food industry.

“We know that in Toronto it’s becoming less and less of a thing,” said David Smith, general manager of the fast-food giant Burger King Canada, in an interview with the Toronto Star.

“We have to keep our eye on what’s going on with the growth and how we can better serve our customers.”

Smith said Burger King is investing in expanding its menu in the area.

The fast food chain is also opening new locations and opening new restaurants.

A Burger King spokesperson said it is “aware” of the issue.

McDonald’s, meanwhile, has announced plans to expand its presence in the region, as well as opening a franchise.

More: “The McDonald’s franchise expansion is the next logical step in the company’s efforts to expand and create opportunities for our employees in Toronto and across the GTA,” McDonald’s Canada president Paul Poulin said in a statement.

But in Toronto’s Downtown Eastside, the fast eaters and the fast bowlers remain.

For the past several months, restaurants have been opening late, as a result of a slow start to the summer season, said David Knecht, who owns a McDonald’s in the Dufferin neighbourhood.

Knecht said he has been opening his food at 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., and he said the restaurant has become a popular spot for people to get together for a burger or a drink.

His neighbours say he is the busiest person at the McDonald’s.

Knech said the chain’s franchisees have been pushing back the opening times for their restaurants and asking customers to wait until 3 a. m. and 5 a. me.

However, the franchisees say they are struggling to keep up with the growing number of customers.

In some cases, Knech has said he will not open at all until the franchisee has a better business plan in place.

“It’s a constant battle.

We’re not getting any money,” he said.

While the chain has been able to keep pace with its expanding menu, Kjell Olsson, president of the restaurant trade association of the City of Toronto, said the city needs to do more to promote the fast fast food dining experience.

Olsson said it’s important for Toronto to create incentives for restaurants to expand to attract new customers.

“We need to be more welcoming to people,” he told the Star.

What you need to know about fast food in Canada:Article Continued Below”I think that the city should make sure that it’s part of the conversation,” he added.

Despite the slow start, the popularity of fast foods has remained strong in Toronto.

McDonald’s has more than 20 franchises in the Greater Toronto Area.

Fast food joints have also been a fixture in many parts of the country, including the United States, and have even been added to the list of tourist attractions in many major cities.

Last month, President Donald Trump visited a McDonalds in Toronto to meet with franchisees.