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tim hortons

The chain is testing out plant-based breakfast options.
Restaurant Brands International is plagued by slowing growth, but has big ambitions.
Canadians have been asking for one for years.
Joyce co-founded the first Tim Hortons in 1964.
There's a hockey-playing beaver in the activity booklet, because of course there is.
And they were surprised by some pretty famous Canadian hockey players.
A Quebec dad complained about having to change his son in the women's bathroom, saying "it's 2018."
Canadians just aren't as in love with their double-doubles as they used to be. Maybe global expansion can rescue the coffee chain.
But they're probably not switching coffee shops anytime soon.