Editor's Insight: Fast-food's lessons for tax-raising politicians

The first establishment any visitor to Canada is likely to walk into is a coffee and doughnut chain call Tim Hortons.

They are more ubiquitous than McDonald’s and unlike most fast-food outfits they are a source of national pride to Canadians rather than one of disparagement.

That is not to say Tim Hortons is a gourmet experience; the coffee is awful by New Zealand espresso standards and Krispy Kreme make better doughnuts.


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