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Tim Hortons launches TRC Day campaign

Tim Hortons launches TRC Day campaign

SIX NATIONS — Indigenous Tim Hortons owners across the country are launching a national campaign to raise money for Indigenous organizations that support residential school survivors. For one week starting Sept. 30, Tim Hortons will donate 100 per cent of the retail price of orange-sprinkled doughnuts to the Orange Shirt Society and the Indian Residential

SIX NATIONS — Indigenous Tim Hortons owners across the country are launching a national campaign to raise money for Indigenous organizations that support residential school survivors.

For one week starting Sept. 30, Tim Hortons will donate 100 per cent of the retail price of orange-sprinkled doughnuts to the Orange Shirt Society and the Indian Residential School Survivors Society.

Landon Miller, part of the working group of Tim Hortons owners, launched his own grassroots orange doughnut campaign at his restaurant on Six Nations of the Grand River in the days after the Kamloops discovery.

Miller said he was glad to be a part of a national initiative to raise money for residential school awareness and was happy to see the support of Tim Hortons owners across Canada.

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