I love Tim Hortons. But yesterday I found out they didn't like me back.
It all started when Tim Hortons bowed to pressure from foreign anti-pipeline lobbyists to pull a soft-focus Enbridge commercial from its in-store advertising. Tim Hortons agreed.
The people who pressured Tim Hortons don't even live in Canada, and their supporters here aren't the type of people who tend to be regular Tim Hortons customers.
The good new is that when they found out about Tim Hortons attitude towards the energy industry, ordinary Canadians took to social media to protest.
TheRebel.media set up a petition site at BoycottTims.com, and created a radio ad, too. Rogers Radio refused to take it.
Average people -- not professional activists - held a protest outside a Calgary Tim Hortons this afternoon. We'll have video up about that shortly.
This is just the beginning.
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Tim Hortons has declared war on Canada’s energy industry.
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