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Canada's version of Starbucks. Unfortunatly Canadain Tim Hortons investors purchased 38% of the Wendys Corparation (no Wendy's didn't purchase them, Tim Hortons owned a parent company Tims Donught Stores in the US who also had connections to Wendys. When TD Stores went under Tim Hortons CEO and investors made a deal with Wendys to keep the Tim brand in the United States, Investors purchased 38% of the Wendys Corp.) Starbucks would domonate Canada, but when Tim Hortons joined with Wendys they went on a store opening spree across Canada with all there surplus money( they did this around the same time Starbucks entered the Canadian market)
American visting Canadian relative: "hey wanna go to starbucks with me?"
Other Canadian: "eww Starbucks is American, Americans corparations suck! They are trying to take over Canada EHHHH? EH EH EH? EH!!!! I ONLY eat at Tim Hortons"
American visting Canadian relative: "excuse me? Starbucks rocks"
by Jenna May 11, 2006
 
1.
A cult religion based on caffeine and baked goods. I swear they put something in that coffee.
I won't be able to make it through this morning without my Tim Hortons.
by Beth Robertson November 07, 2003
 
2.
A coffe and baked goods chain based in Canada.
Wanna go to Tim Hortons?
by Anonymous March 24, 2003
 
3.
best coffee this side of the prime meridian; yet another Canadian enterprise assimilated by a huge American multi-billion dollar conglomerate (Wendy's bought out the chain in the late '90s).
by javaman November 07, 2003
 
4.
The primary destination in the morning for 80% of Canada's adult population. Every community should have a minimum of two Tim Horton's. You go there so often, the employees already know what to order.
"Welcome to Tim Hortons, can I take your order?"

"Yeah, I'll have a-"

"A medium double-double and a chocolate chip muffin, next window please."

"... thank you!"
by canadianguyeh September 11, 2009
 
6.
Canadian coffee and doughnut franchise named after the hockey player. Now a multimillion dollar business, and a staple of Canadian culture.

The coffee has a distinct flavour, which keeps customers coming back. There is an urban legend that Tim's puts nicotine in the coffee, but this has been debunked. Also known for their timbits which are cheap bite sized donuts.
Bob : Hey hoser, let's go get some Tim Horton's before we go to the hockey game.

Doug : I can't, eh? I have to take the dogsled in for repairs.
by dude, where's my bagel? July 27, 2005
 
7.
The President of Canada. That's right. Tim Hortons owns Canada. And we couldn't be more happy.
U.S.A. has Obama, Canada has Tim Hortons!!

Who are we going to turn to for our economic problems? Timmy's!!
by Cobes February 17, 2010