Stephen Poloz, our new governor of the Bank Of Canada, only has to monitor the Tim Horton franchises for an economic indicator.
It seems Canadians are still choosing to spend an extra half hour in bed each morning instead of rising with enough time to have their morning coffee at home and leave their cars in their driveways and not waste their gasoline waiting in line at their local Tim’s for their morning coffee.
The economy in Canada should remain fairly stable. Canadians in general help stimulate the economy by paying 40 times more for their morning coffee and burning unnecessary gasoline while waiting in line at Tim Horton’s drive through’s every morning instead of getting up a little earlier and having their morning coffee at home.
Canada’s economy should be OK as long as the Tim Horton’s franchises continue to churn out profits.
Sidenote: Tim Hortons has not only given us the best coffee and doughnuts but they have been a part of our community and always there to help. Programs such as their Childrens Foundation and Kids Camp Day, their environmental stewardship, food drives, Timbits sports programs, and their commitment to support our local charities, and more recently their $100,000 donation and campaign to raise funds for Alberta flood relief.