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  1. Sinead Clancy
    23rd May 2011 @ 12:41 pm

    great piece. Like mostly for the fact I didn’t know the Haymarket Spar around the corner from where I work sells them. Will definitely check it out! thanks

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    • Anonymous
      25th May 2011 @ 10:34 am

      If you share any with your colleagues to try it and let me know what they think.

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  2. Michelle
    23rd May 2011 @ 4:35 pm

    If you share any with your colleagues to try it and let me know what they think.

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  3. Kimberly
    24th May 2011 @ 11:54 pm

    Michelle…you can’t forget that Tim Horton’s has even made its way in to war. There is a Tim Horton’s in KAF (Kandahar Airfield) and is loved by troops from all Nations. The locals are addicted to a double double even though they do not know what a double double is.

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    • Michelle
      25th May 2011 @ 10:46 am

      Oh yes, I did forget about that, I remember seeing the photos of it though. Crazy to think Tim Hortons travelling so far! How about where you were based did they have it there as well?

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  4. Gucci 3181
    25th May 2011 @ 12:04 am

    Yes, environment is not on Canadians’ minds. People are not encouraged to reuse/refirbish/recycle out here. Tim Hortons is a very special brand for us – it’s like McDonalds for American people. It’s a national brand.

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  5. Anonymous
    25th May 2011 @ 6:40 pm

    ooooh, I remember the eclairs and bowties!! I miss those. I also miss the freshly-made donuts (the current made-from-frozen-dough version tastes terrible to me). Interestingly, I noticed in the Halifax airport that Tim Hortons had recycling stations instead of just garbage cans – so maybe they’re working on that aspect? Starbucks just launched a pilot program in Vancouver where they collect cups for recycling, so hopefully all these businesses will step up their game.

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    • Anonymous
      25th May 2011 @ 8:26 pm

      That is good to hear. Starbucks over here takes 25p off the cost of your drink for your own cup which I think is great, but think they should do more to get the word out and promote it more. It is sort of like the bring your own bags to the grocery store thing, now that people are getting into the habit, it is becoming more common.

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      • Alastair Stewart
        2nd May 2013 @ 8:28 pm

        I can not always get to a Tim Hortons for my coffee, but keep a tin at home.It doe’s not taste the same.How much cream should I use in my T H green plastic holder for a large “Double Double”

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