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Tim Hortons is donating $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross in support of the Hurricane Fiona in Canada Appeal relief fund, along with over 8,000 pounds of non-perishable items to local food banks. Tim Hortons restaurant owners in Atlantic Canada have also been supporting their communities with donations of necessities including bottled water. They have also donated over $10,000 in coffee...
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We recently asked our guests to share their stories about the morning coffee rituals they have with us, the lengths they’ve gone to get their Timmies fix, and how else Tim Hortons has played a role in their lives. We loved this story about the Killeys and what might just be the biggest collection of Tim Hortons memorabilia we've ever seen. Have your...
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Guests can also order Vanilla Cream Cold Brew for a sweet and creamy flavour Tim Hortons is committed to serving Canada’s favourite cup of coffee and we’re now offering a delicious new innovation: Cold Brew. Made with 100 per cent ethically sourced premium Arabica beans, Cold Brew is slowly cold steeped for 16 hours to enhance the flavour and produce a bold...
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For sisters Sandy and Sherry Findlay, family and business have long been deeply intertwined. It was back in the mid-1980s when their father, Keith, opened the very first Tim Hortons on Vancouver Island. First he brought in Sherry ­­– then a business owner in Edmonton – to help. As years went on, opportunities to open and run more Tim Hortons restaurants on the island appeared and...
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Making the planet a better place is one of the commitments being made under Tim Hortons recently unveiled sustainability platform , Tims For Good. With nearly 4,000 Tim Hortons restaurants across Canada, even a seemingly small change for guests can have a major impact. Knowing that, Tim Hortons has rethought every aspect of their restaurant experience with the environment in mind. “Sustainability is not...
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It was sometime in March 2020, when Canadians and people around the world began to realize the gravity of COVID-19, that Jamie Pope asked herself how she wanted Tim Hortons to be remembered in the future when people looked back on the pandemic. It was a question asked by restaurant owners across the country and it spawned an all-in approach to supporting frontline workers...