Yes. According to their official website for Canada (emphasis mine):
Fries and Hash Browns
Our World Famous Fries™ and hash browns are go-tos for our vegetarian
and vegan guests. Since 2007, we’ve made them without any
animal-sourced ingredients. We cook them in 100% vegetable oil, in a
dedicated fryer separate from our meat items.
Additionally, from their ...
It seems to be generally felt that seitan does a decent job masquerading as beef, and it's the chewiest meat substitute I know of.
Here's a recipe based on the seitan recipe used in The Best Veggie Burgers on the Planet by Joni Marie Newman for the various beef-style burgers in the book. You might find that some kind of packaged seitan works fine for you ...
There are plenty of fatty crops grown in Canada such as soybeans or seeds
The major oilseeds grown in Canada are soybeans, sunflowers, canola and flax.
Other seeds grown in Canada are for example pumpkin or hemp seeds.
In addition, there are nuts.
Many different types of nuts are grown in Canada such as hazelnuts, walnuts, and almonds (even peanuts are ...
The nutritional info is at https://web.aw.ca/en/our-menu/chicken/beyond-meat-nuggets
Fat 15.6 g
Protein 18 g
Serving Size 120 g
Sugar 1.44 g
Carbohydrates 22 g
Trans Fat 0.18 g
Saturated Fat 2.40 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Fibre 5 g
I found a post on foodgressing.com that provides the nutrition details, then I used Cronometer.com to generate a nutrition label.
Nutrition Label (as text)
For people who can't see the image, here's the nutrition label as plain text.
Beyond Meat 10 pieces (without dipping sauce)
Serving size: 200 g
Calories: 500 calories
Fat: 26.0 g
Pizza Pizza rolled out vegan cheese across all Canadian chain restaurants this past year (at no extra cost!)
Here is an article by PETA on Pizza Pizza adding vegan cheese to their menu.
Pizza Nova seems to have incorporated dairy free cheese at select locations starting as early as 2014 according to this press release on their ...