It has come to this. Canada's coffee-loving community has become so oversaturated with Tim Hortons that we react with indignation when a location is not immediately available.
Consider the students in the University of Windsor's Human Kinetics department, who find their faculty building a 15 minute walk from the nearest Timmies.
Maclean's reports that student Adam Oran launched a petition to have a Tim Hortons outlet placed in their building.
A post on the "Lets Get a Timmies in HK" Facebook page reads:
Not only is HK home to a thriving student population, it is home to at least 450 students, professors and faculty on any given day. These people are hardworking students, athletes, and staff worthy of a good cup of coffee.
It is not the first time student outrage has prompted a Tim Hortons revolution.
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