Taxpayers Top Up Money-Losing Tim Hortons At Halifax Hospital

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Taxpayers are subsidizing Tim Hortons locations at a Halifax hospital. (Canadian Press photo) | CP

Owning a Tim Hortons is sometimes described as having a licence to print money, which is why some people are shaking their heads over the fact that four locations in the Halifax area are losing money.

Perhaps even more surprising is that taxpayers are making up the losses.

All four outlets are located at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre and money that is supposed to pay for health care is instead being used to keep them afloat.

Read the whole story at CTV News