Ever since Tim Hortons insulted Canadian workers last week, their corporate executives have gone into hiding.
They ripped up an ad contract with a pipeline company called Enbridge — suggesting that Canadians who work in oil and gas aren't good enough for them. But then they wouldn’t defend their decision, or even explain it.
An apology? No chance. They went silent. Even as tens of thousands of their loyal customers asked, “why do you disrespect me?"
So I drove to the Tim Hortons head office in Oakville — armed with a petition signed by more than 8,500 Canadians demanding an apology from Tim Hortons.
At first, the executives refused to come down. They pretended they weren’t there.
Then they pretended they weren’t available.
Fine — I just sat and waited. And waited.
And when they realized I wasn’t going anywhere, the president of Tim Hortons Canada himself, David Clanachan, finally came down.
Watch what happened next -- and tell me what you think in the comments!