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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...
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Part of the new sustainability platform, Tims For Good, includes a fresh reimagining of Tim Hortons culinary classics, which means not just improving our ingredients but reconsidering our recipes – searching for ways to make them even better. That’s why Tim Hortons breakfast favourites – like bagels, English muffins and biscuits – are baked completely free of artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, with the rest of...
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Tim Hortons is proud to unveil Tims For Good, a sustainability platform designed to promote continuous improvement at Tim Hortons across three pillars: people and communities, food and beverage quality, and the planet On Tuesday we shared details about our people and communities pillar, including how our annual fundraisers Camp Day and Smile Cookie have collectively raised $275 million to date. On Wednesday we...
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Tim Hortons recently began baking its Classic Bagels without artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Tim Hortons English muffins, biscuits and butter croissants are other examples of food items that have already been reimagined by our culinary team without artificial colours, flavours or preservatives The launch of freshly cracked eggs in our breakfast sandwiches reflects our commitment to serving quality, craveable food with ingredients that...