Around for more than five decades, it has become a national institution, but do you know your Tim Hortons facts and figures? Grab a double-double and learn a (Tim)bit about Canada's beloved coffee shop.
10 cents: The price of a coffee when the first Tim Hortons opens in Hamilton in May 1964. Doughnuts are also 10 cents apiece.
4,613: The number of locations in Canada as of December 2016. They reach as far north as Iqaluit, Nunavut, as far south as Kingsville, Ont., as far west as Campbell River, B.C., and as far east as St. John's, N.L.
TimmyMe app: Tims ups its tech game by launching its mobile payment app in 2014.
Timbits: Introduced in 1976. Canadians have devoured so many
of the tiny doughnut rounds that, if laid end to end, they'd stretch to the moon and back nearly five times.
RRRoll Up the Rim to Win: Canucks love rolling up the rim; the contest debuts in 1986. The biggest prize in its inaugural year is a box of Timbits.
Double-double: Defined as "a cup of coffee with a double serving of both sugar and cream," the ubiquitous beverage is added to the Canadian Oxford Dictionary in 2004.