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A classic Canadian day isn't complete without a stop at our favourite national eatery. Whether you're a double-double drinker, donut dunker, or an Iced-Capp-aholic, you'll feel that Canadian pride every time you pull up to a Tim Hortons. Now, you no longer need to rush through drive-thrus or run out of the office to get your Tims fill. Tim Hortons' Toronto home delivery just launched and we can't decide what to order first!

Have your coffee awaiting you as soon as you rise, or indulge in a box of Timbits as a late-night snack! There's no need to leave your house with this exciting new Tims delivery service in the GTA. You'll be ordering all your meals online in no time!

Today, Tim Hortons announced its partnership with Skip The Dishes, Canada's largest food delivery network. You can find the entire Tim Hortons menu available to you through the Skip The Dishes mobile app or their website, no minimum purchase required. We might just order a dozen donuts to celebrate!

Toronto is the latest major Canadian city to offer Tims delivery. You can now access this service at participating restaurants in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, Ottawa, Vancouver, and of course, Toronto. Don't live in any of these cities? Don't worry! Tim Hortons is planning to expand to more locations in the future.

Tim Hortons Home Delivery

Price: Delivery fees vary

Why you need it: Enjoy treats from Canada's favourite eatery without even leaving your home!

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