Tim Hortons is one of the aspects of our culture that inherently ours and that hasn't been coopted as "North American" culture.
You can now celebrate this great institution's history with Montreal's very own Tim Horton's National Museum that just opened up in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. They have lots of awesome items like antique coffee makers, cups and cup holders and all kinds of cool, fun memorabilia from over the years.
Alexandre Contant and Lorie-Anne Chamberland are a couple that were thrift shopping for a coffee maker when they found an old Tim Horton's model and got the idea to go through with this concept and turn their apartment into a museum. Seeing that Canada doesn't really have much as far as traditional structures so we defend the few we have ferociously.
*DISCLAIMER: The cover photo is not the actual museum.*
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