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Any thoughts from fellow Canadians about having a regional exemption to allow Tim Horton's to be accepted alongside other businesses in communities?
Just a fun thought, no need to get heated.
Generic chain restaurant would be ineligible. They can however sponsor there own stops. If its a really small town and theres literally only the tim hortons it may be eligible depending on your supporting info
First the Timmy's, then the Mandarin.
No need to get wokked up
Even if Tim Horton's was the only coffee shop in a very small community, I would still have a very hard time accepting it due to the fact that is the most common and recognizable (and therefor generic) Canadian chain brand.
I was just saying that as nianticcasey made a point about starbucks being literally the only spot in town. I understand timmies is a cultural icon in Canada and its everywhere lol. Most towns i go to have 1 tims every 3kms
Of course! But if we all made a case to Niantic, had some sort of big national consensus to accept Tim's but no other chains, then it could work. I'm pretty rural so most of the places I go through might have on tims every 30 kms/4 towns.
Just a funny thought however, I still mark them off as generic businesses. (especially since they're actually owned by the states now)
I’ve seen at least one waypoint for a Lucky Loonie in the floor of a Timmies.
There's more Tim Hortons where I live than there is McDonalds