Tim Hortons Reveals "Canada Theme" Menu For The Country's 150th Birthday

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Tim Hortons Reveals "Canada Theme" Menu For The Country's 150th Birthday

As I'm sure we're all well-aware, it's Canada's 150th birthday! (Yay!)

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The country's been doing tons of things to celebrate this huge milestone; and one Canadian hallmark has joined in on all the fun.

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Tim Hortons has introduced a special menu in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday.

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Honestly, this menu looks seriously awesome! They've got White & Red Velvet Muffins, Nanaimo Bar Donuts, Maple Timbits (!) and the return of their classic Dutchie Donuts.

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The Canadian themed goodies will only be here for a limited time, so make sure you get yourself to a participating Tim's ASAP to bask in all the anniversary glory. (Anniversaglory? No, nevermind). 

Canadians are pretty boring, at least when it comes to their Tim Hortons Timbits picks. To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the popular donut holes, the coffee chain released a regional breakdown of the most popular Timbits orders.

In Quebec, the classic Chocolate Glazed won out, followed by Honey Dip and Birthday Cake. Those choices align with the most popular orders in Ontario and Western Canada (including Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and the three territories).

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