You might spot some local names next time you take a sip of Tim Hortons coffee. To celebrate heroes across Canada, Tim Hortons has rolled out new coffee cups covered with the names of essential workers and do-gooders who helped their communities at the peak of the health crisis. The limited-edition "Hero Cups" come in 100 unique designs.\nAmong the names are Dale Langille of Laval who "renewed his nursing license so he could help provide medical care" and Montreal emergency childcare worker Maryse Boivin.\nEditor's Choice: This Exotic Depanneur Chain In Montreal Sells Drinks & Munchies From All Over The World\nThe cups offer a "Thank You" and "Merci" to the "up to 100 heroes wrapping around the cup," according to a statement.\nAll of the names come from customer suggestions.\n"In June, Tim Hortons asked Canadians to nominate their heroes of the pandemic and a flood of submissions quickly poured in," the company explained in a press release.\n"The thousands of heroes whose names appear on cups are a diverse mix of workers: they include health-care professionals, first responders, retail staff, government workers, public transit drivers, social workers, funeral home staff and many others who have made important contributions that helped keep the country running during these difficult times."\nTim Hortons doesn't know the exact number of Quebecers who appear on the cups, but a spokesperson told MTL Blog that it received at least 175 nominations from the province.\n"There are so many Canadians who have stepped up in incredible ways since the beginning of the pandemic," Hope Bagozzi, Chief Marketing Officer of Tim Hortons, said.\nView this post on Instagram To recognize the hard work and sacrifice of so many frontline workers over the past few months, we're introducing limited-edition Tim Hortons Hero Cups later this summer. 🙏 A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on Jun 15, 2020 at 4:11am PDT\n"With our Hero Cups, we can all take a moment as we're having a coffee to read through the names of some unsung heroes of the last few months."\n"They've been the backbone of our communities during these extremely challenging times and this is another way of saying thank you for everything they've done," she continued.\nView this post on Instagram To the nurses, doctors, and staff at Surrey Memorial Hospital in Surrey, BC: Thank you! Our deepest gratitude to those who are working harder than ever to serve their communities. A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on May 14, 2020 at 2:39pm PDT\nTim Hortons customers can search for specific names or view random cups on the company website. Though "due to an overwhelming number of Hero Cup nominations," Tim Hortons wasn't "able to feature the name of every essential worker that was submitted."\nView this post on Instagram A massive coast-to-coast thank you to every frontline worker! We’re proud to have worked with our local store owners and coffee trucks to serve free coffee & baked goods to thousands of essential workers and service organizations across hundreds of Canadian cities and towns over the past few weeks, and will continue to visit as many as we can! A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on Apr 10, 2020 at 9:47am PDT\nThe cups became available at Tim Hortons locations across Canada in the week of August 31.\nIs someone you know on the cups?