A race against the clock will no longer be a problem for breakfast-craving Canadians at Tim Hortons.
The coffee and doughnut chain is introducing all-day breakfast beginning Wednesday at participating restaurants nationwide.
Tim Hortons and its franchisees will spend $700 million over the next four years to modernize and refresh the look of most of its restaurants.
The coffee and doughnut chain says the new look will create a more contemporary and open environment for its guests.
By The Canadian Press
VANCOUVER – It may be pumpkin spice season, but Tim Hortons is experimenting with a far more bizarre new latte flavour — Buffalo Sauce, in the latest move by restaurants to create buzz-worthy concoctions.
The company says two Buffalo, N.Y.-based restaurants will serve the latte, made with a bold Buffalo sauce flavour and finished off with whipped topping and dusted with zesty Buffalo seasoning.
Employees at a Winnipeg Tim Hortons have voted to unionize and join the Workers United Canada Council.
The 15 employees at the Lombard Avenue location are the second group of Tim Hortons workers to unionize, joining 35 others at the Portage Avenue & Wall Street location, who have been represented by the union since 2015.
Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby is reprising his role as the face of Tim Hortons commercials this hockey season.
Along with Colorado Avalanche centre Nathan MacKinnon, the two star in a new three-part online video series debuting today in time for the 2016-17 NHL season.
No tomato juice baths were needed after this animal rescue.
Two Manitoba RCMP officers are being credited with helping to free a skunk from a Tim Hortons cup stuck on its head. The incident happened June 22 at around 2:15 a.m. when Cst. Kyle Van De Sype was returning home from a day of duty in Winnipegosis.
A morning coffee run turned violent Wednesday when a customer in line at a Winnipeg Tim Hortons drive-thru was stabbed.
Police say the incident occurred in the area of Lagimodiere Boulevard and Headmaster Row at around 8:45 a.m.
Two people in separate vehicles got into a dispute, leading to the stabbing of a 65-year-old man from the RM of Springfield. He was treated for non-life threatening injuries by the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service.
By Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press
TORONTO – A woman who pitched two cups of coffee at a man when he confronted her for parking in a handicapped parking spot outside a Tim Hortons has received a police warning after a video of the incident garnered international attention.
Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash said Wednesday the videographer, Ryan Favro, had declined to press a criminal complaint but officers still paid a visit to the woman.
“We’ve cautioned her for assault and parking in a disabled spot, which is really what we can do under the circumstances,” Pugash said.