The largest 200 Canadian restaurant chains grew sales by 1 percent to $23.9 billion Canadian dollars last year — or $23.4 billion in U.S. dollars under current exchange rates — with a 1.3 percent increase in units, according to a report from research firm Technomic Inc. released Friday. Unlike the biggest 200 chains in the United States — which saw a sales decline of 0.6 percent to $209.8 billion and unit count growth of 0.6 percent — the leading Canadian restaurants ...

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