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Why aren't there more fast food restaurants in Prince Rupert?

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McDonald's is one of just three fast food options in Prince Rupert, and the only one with a drive-thru. (Gene J. Puskar/Associated Press).

Northwestern B.C. is booming... but not when it comes to fast food. In Prince Rupert, there are only three fast food restaurants, and local residents have to travel to Terrace and beyond to satisfy their cravings for Wendy's, A&W, KFC, and Dairy Queen. So why isn't there more fast food in the city of rainbows? George Baker unwraps the story. Listen below:

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