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Canada's most icon coffee chain is trying out new things as it struggles with falling sales.
Coffee "would come out better" in the pre-2018 lids, the singer said.
A Toronto student was responding to news of a teachers' strike.
The brand also released a sweet video with the singer.
There's also Brent Butt, ketchup chips and Celine Dion.
The move comes amid a wave of new plant-based meat offerings from retailers and restaurants.
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