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Real Stories. Real Campers. Real Impact.This year marks the 30th anniversary of Tim Hortons Camp Day, an annual campaign that has raised over $212 million to support youth from disadvantaged circumstances. On Camp Day, 100% of proceeds from sales of hot coffee and iced coffee are donated to Tim Hortons Foundation Camps, which sends local youth to a multi-year educational program at one...
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Elma Dela Cruz has had the opportunity to watch the Calgary Stampede only a handful of times since moving to Alberta from the Philippines nearly 18 years ago, but she nevertheless feels like she has a front-row seat to the event each year. Her Tim Hortons restaurant always buzzes with excitement as guests clad in cowboy gear and Western wear meet for a meal...
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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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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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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. Bethany shared her story about a Tims-inspired tribute to her late father that started at her wedding and continues on today with the hashtag...