Tim Hortons opens its largest First Nations restaurant

Tim Horton’s a template for future franchisees By Lynda Powless Editor It was seven years in the making and a new way of doing business  had to be created. But Tuesday, Tim Horton’s partners Six Nations Landon Miller and hockey legend Ted Nolan saw their  hard work pay off with the official opening here at Six Nations  of the largest aboriginal owned and operated Tim Horton’s restaurant and store in a First Nation. “What you have done here is in many, many ways a template for what can be done,” Ontario Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation David Zimmer told a crowd outside the Ohsweken Tim Horton’s. Minister Zimmer told the crowd “I want to thank everyone on the Tim Horton’s negotiation team and the owners for conducting this negotiation…

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