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Tim Hortons is excited to celebrate Waste Reduction Week by announcing three initiatives that reflect the Tims For Good platform and a commitment to sustainability. Trial of new hot beverage cup that’s compostable and recyclable Tim Hortons is partnering with WestRock to launch a test of an innovative new hot beverage cup design in January at select Vancouver restaurants. The test will feature...
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New features include seven Mini Challenges throughout the season with grand prizes to be won and an interactive Leaderboard to follow the results of fellow Hockey Challenge players Guests can win a free coffee or tea for a week if they correctly predict at least one player to score during seven consecutive NHL® game days To celebrate the 2021-22 NHL® season kicking off today,...
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100 per cent of the retail price of all the Orange Sprinkle Donuts sold is being donated to the Orange Shirt Society and the Indian Residential School Survivors SocietyMore than 2,300 Orange Sprinkle Donuts were sold at a Tim Hortons restaurant in Kamloops, B.C., on the first day of the campaign, which was the biggest one-day total in the countryThe plan for...
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·  100 per cent of the retail price of the orange-sprinkled donut will be donated to the Orange Shirt Society and the Indian Residential School Survivors Society ·  The plan for the fundraising campaign was developed with a group of Indigenous Tim Hortons restaurant owners and after consulting with a number of Indigenous leaders ·  Among those leading the planning and consultations was Shane Gottfriedson, former Tk’...
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Tim Hortons and its 1,500 restaurant owners across Canada are preparing to launch a limited-time fundraising donut with 100 per cent of proceeds being donated to Indigenous organizations that support residential school survivors. The Orange Sprinkle Donut will go on sale at participating restaurants starting Sept. 30, which is Orange Shirt Day. Through Oct. 6, 100 per cent of the donut’s retail...
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Tim Hortons and its 1,500 restaurant owners across Canada are preparing to launch a limited-time fundraising donut with 100 per cent of proceeds being donated to Indigenous organizations that support residential school survivors. The Orange Sprinkle Donut will go on sale at participating restaurants starting Sept. 30, which is Orange Shirt Day. Through Oct. 6, 100 per cent of the donut’s retail...
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