Who Pays For Afghanistan's Tim Hortons?

Posted on Saturday, November 04 at 11:49 by rearguard
That place was Kandahar, Afghanistan, home to roughly 2,300 Canadian soldiers who are there to fight terrorism and rebuild the nation. Their mission was simple: to set up and train a team of Canadians to open the first Tim Hortons franchise outside of North America, at a place where Canadians feel furthest away from home.

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