Workers improve the roof of the McDonalds on Lazelle Ave. The location will be going through extensive renovations over the next 8 weeks

McDonalds gets a face lift

Extensive renovations are now underway at the McDonald's restaurant on Lakelse Ave.

Extensive renovations are now underway at the McDonald’s restaurant on Lakelse Ave.

Owner Shauna Leblanc said it is time to get these renovations as it’s been 23 years since the building was last remodelled.

The work has started with the drive-through and will be moving on to the interior later in an effort to keep either the drive-though or inside operating.

LeBlanc said there will be one week where the business will close entirely.

On the schedule for upgrades is new signage and a roof for the exterior along with new drive-thu booths.

The inside will be redesigned with new tables, chairs and the addition of a fire place.

LeBlanc estimates works to take around eight weeks.




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