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90 years of hot dogs and fries celebrated at Chez Ma Tante

Montrealers lined up for hot dogs and poutine as mascots, face-painting and other kid-friendly events were on hand.

Saturday's profits were donated to charity as a way of giving back to the community

The Montreal-North institution has been serving up fries and hot dogs for nearly a century. To celebrate, they gave back to the community on Saturday. 0:42

After a near-century in business, Chez Ma Tante is still going strong.

The Montreal-North restaurant has been operating for 90 years.

To celebrate their anniversary, all their profits on Saturday were donated to charity.

Montrealers lined up for hot dogs (employees said mustard, onions and cabbage are the most popular toppings) and poutine as mascots, face-painting and other kid-friendly events were on hand.

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