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Tim Hortons Is Trying to Save India from Tim Hortons Knockoff

After the year Tim Hortons has had, maybe it’s time to give the reins to Tim Hottens.
Mack Lamoureux
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We Finally Know Why the Angry Tim Hortons Pooper Pooped

For the love of God, just let people use your bathroom.
Mack Lamoureux

What a Day of Protesting Against Tim Hortons Looks Like

After some franchises clawed back worker benefits following a minimum wage hike, VICE visited some of the 15-plus rallies scheduled across Ontario.
Mack Lamoureux
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Canadians Are Mad as Hell at Tim Hortons

Boycotts and pickets are some of the responses to Tim Hortons franchisees stripping paid breaks and benefits to their workers.
Mack Lamoureux

The Year in Weird Canadian Crime

From hackers invading baby monitors to stolen cop cars to mass pig heists, here are some of the most bonkers capers of 2015.
Jackie Hong

Infamous Stephen Harper Nude Painting Resurfaces and Is up for Sale

The painting shows the former Canadian leader casually lying nude on a sofa surrounded by a crowd of bureaucrats—one of whom is offering him what looks like a Tim Hortons beverage.
Jake Kivanc

Most Canadian Couple of All Time Gets Married at Tim Hortons in Hockey Jerseys

Fuck your ten-tiered wedding cakes and Star Wars–themed viral-bait photo shoots. This is how you do a budget wedding.
Manisha Krishnan

Countering Jihadist Propaganda Is Harder Than It Seems

The Canadian government has launched a new program to stop young people from being radicalized, but its success is far from certain.
Alan Jones

In 2014, Canada Lost Its Reputation as a Environmentally Friendly Liberal Wonderland

Celebrities, activists, and even Bill Nye the Science Guy are calling out the Canadian government for being in the pocket of the oil industry.
Patrick McGuire

Cry-Baby of the Week: A Guy Threw a Snake at a Restaurant Worker in a Dispute Over Onions

Also this week: A guy allegedly killed his ex-girlfriend's pet rabbit because she asked him to move out of their apartment.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete

Burger King's Move North Isn't So Great for Canada

The King’s sudden interest in taking up Canadian citizenship has a lot to do with avoiding taxes through a process of “tax inversion,” and moving the fast-food giant north to Canada doesn’t mean more money for the country.
Ishmael N. Daro

Burger King Plans to Buy Tim Horton’s and Destroy Canada

Burger King is sizing up Tim Horton’s for acquisition. If the deal goes through, the alliance will have a market cap of $18 billion, and the new company will become the third-largest fast-food retailer on the planet.
Patrick McGuire