To show appreciation for essential workers, Tim Hortons is delivering free coffee to dozens of businesses and institutions across Quebec.\nIt's just one of the ways companies and individuals across the province are sharing love for the people on the front line.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nEssential workers are on the front line in Quebec and Tim Hortons is showing thanks. The company announced earlier this week that it would begin bringing coffee "to those serving communities across Canada." In a statement to MTL Blog on Friday, a Tim Hortons spokesperson confirmed that, to date, it has made coffee deliveries to over 50 locations in Quebec.\nAmong the businesses and institutions visited so far are the LaSalle Hospital, Montreal Children's' Hospital, Pierrefonds Animal Hospital, and a police station, as well as Metro and IGA grocery stores and Pharmaprix.\n"We’re continuing to deploy our coffee trucks across Canada and plan to visit at least 10 more locations in Quebec today," the spokesperson stated.\n"It’s a small gesture to say thank you to those making a big impact."\nThe Government of Quebec has ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses until April 13.\nEmployees in the few businesses deemed "essential" can still assemble in the workplace despite a ban on all gatherings, however.\nRestaurant dining rooms are among the non-essential spaces, but Tim Hortons is maintaining its take-out and delivery services, according to a statement posted to Instagram.\nView this post on Instagram Our coffee trucks are out across Canada serving free coffee and baked goods to those who serve our communities. It’s a small gesture to say thank you to those making a big impact. A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on Mar 25, 2020 at 7:53pm PDT\nThe company previously cancelled the paper cup portion of its annual Roll Up The Rim contest.\nThe promotion now runs entirely on the Tim Hortons app.\nIndividuals across Montreal are celebrating essential workers, too.\nEvery evening at 8 p.m., people across Quebec flash their house lights in silent appreciation for health care workers.\nCatholic churches will also ring their bells all at once every Sunday in part to say thanks to medical professionals.\n#COVID19: merci à celles et ceux qui s’assurent que les lieux de travail sont propres et désinfectés pour les Montréalais•es qui doivent se déplacer! Un merci spécial à Jessica et à toute l’équipe d’entretien ménager de la @MTL_Ville de veiller à notre bien-être! #polmtl pic.twitter.com/lzcNArtplF— Valérie Plante (@Val_Plante) March 26, 2020\nMeanwhile, tributes to grocery store workers, cleaners, and law enforcement, to name a few, are pouring in on social media.\nView this post on Instagram Starting today, our coffee trucks will be out serving free coffee to those serving communities across Canada. Today we were at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto - thank you to all of the doctors, nurses and hospital employees working hard to keep us safe! A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on Mar 18, 2020 at 1:10pm PDT\nWho in your life deserves a free coffee?\nLet us know on Facebook and Instagram.