Montreal Is Getting Tim Hortons Food Trucks Downtown

You'll never be too far away from a 'Double Double' in your life.
Montreal Is Getting Tim Hortons Food Trucks Downtown

When food trucks finally came back to Montreal after years of being banned. It was a really big deal, but like everything else, we tried them and now we don't care anymore.

But soon we're going top get a brand new food truck in Montreal and it's sure to be one of the most popular ones so far.

READ ALSO: Montreal Needs “Wine Trucks” Badly

That's because this will be a Tim Hortons food truck!

As part of Le Grand Marché de Noel taking place at Places des Arts from Dec 2 to 24, there will be a Tim Hortons truck on site to help warm everyone up.

via @timhortons

The Tim Hortons truck can be found on Sainte-Catherine street, right in the heart of all the Christmas action.

Here's when you can expect to catch it.

  • December 8 to December 10.
  • And again from December  14 to December 24

Click here for more info.

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