Canada’s first Tim Hortons has reopened as a museum dedicated to the national Canada fast-casual restaurant chain. On Wednesday the original location in Hamilton, Ontario, held a grand opening party that included a ribbon cutting ceremony, free coffee in throwback cups and retro donuts. The store was renovated to make way for the museum, which includes a gallery of collectibles from the company’s 50-year history. Read more: cbc.ca
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