Tim Hortons: Strangely Enough, a Canadian Ritual

Tim Hortons: Strangely Enough, a Canadian Ritual

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Screen shot 2011-02-10 at 6.08.37 PM.pngTim Hortons coffee is as Canadian as it gets. The Constitution Act of 1867 declaring our country as being "one dominion under the name of Canada" was drafted into the wee hours of the night on that first of July, and Tim Hortons coffee was there throughout the night to keep the patriots awake. Even before then, when the bison roamed the great plains of what eventually would become Alberta and Saskatchewan, and the natives galloped around bareback wearing huge feathered headdresses, our ancestors always stopped by a Tummies' least a couple of times a day for a double double. And then the great Tim Horton himself took to the ice...

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