Dairy Queen’s Dairy Queen corner was one of the busiest in the country for this year’s Blizzard.
This is thanks to the dairy company’s contribution to the charity’s fundraising campaign.
It has been donating the last three days of every month since last December.
This year’s celebration includes a big cake, cheese and bacon buffet.
In celebration of Blizzard day, the company has put together an event for the dairy lovers to enjoy their favourite flavours of cheeses and cakes.
A grand opening party will take place on Monday, February 11 at the corner of Blanchard Street and Mallow Street.
The party will include a parade and a dance and some fun.
Dairy Queen said they are looking forward to seeing the crowd and the parade.
Dairy Queens Facebook page posted: Dairy Queen is a proud member of the Dairy Mothers Trust, a charitable organisation that works to increase the quality of life for those living with cancer.
Dairy Mothers’ Trust are a 501(c)(3) charitable organisation.
They are supported by donations from the dairy industry and community organisations.
Dairy mothers support charities in their community, such as the Royal Newfoundland and Labrador Hospital Foundation and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
DairyQueen.com said it will donate up to 50% of its profits to the Dairy Mother’s Trust for this years Blizzard charity fundraising.
The website also announced a new line of dairy products that it is donating to the Blanchards and Mancins for Cancer Foundation.
Dairy Queens website said it is also donating the remaining 50% to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.