McDonald’s Marks Its 55th Year in Canada With the First Ever Gallery of Little Big Things Exhibition

It's only at the Stackt Market until November 6!

Need a McDonald’s date idea this weekend? Skip the drive-thru and head to Stackt Market first, to check out The Gallery of Little Big Things, a limited-time pop-up exhibition.

This is a free exhibit and open to the public every day from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. until Sunday, November 6th at Stackt Market (28 Bathurst Street) in the North Hall and Solarium.

We checked out the preview before it opened and absolutely loved it! See a sneak peek of our time there:

The Gallery is recognizing contributions – both big and small – that have made a big impact on both Canada and McDonald’s as a brand.

You and your date can look at, read about, and interact with artifacts that represent the small changes and milestones people and communities have made from coast to coast to coast to help serve up a better tomorrow.

“The Gallery of Little Big Things is a physical expression of the steps McDonald’s has taken to help serve up a better tomorrow and recognizes how we’ve grown and changed with Canadian communities over the past 55 years.

Every action – no matter how little – has helped to create a big impact; from supporting Canadian farmers and ranchers by sourcing Canadian beef, potatoes, dairy and freshly cracked Canada Grade A eggs, to our friends at Ronald McDonald House Charities that take care of our community members.”

Gemma Pryor, Senior Director, Impact Team, McDonald’s Canada

Can’t make it IRL before it closes? The Gallery will also be available online to view in an immersive, virtual walk through! Check it out here.

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