This logo was first introduced to the Canadians when McDonald's opened its first Canadian branch in Richmond, British Columbia on June 3, 1967. That restaurant was the first outside the USA.
1969–1984 (branding), 1969-present (some locations)
In 1984, the logo was given a red background and the text became white. A maple leaf, to represent Canada, was also added into the logo. The previous logo also changed to reflect the transformation.
As part of the first restaurant redesign for decades, called Forever Young, the logo was redesigned, but the lettering and the red background are now used separately from the Golden Arches.
In 2019, McDonald's Canada introduced The Token logo, albeit with a maple leaf inside the M.