It's pretty much a department store with a large auto parts department and
My first bike came from Canadian Tire, as did my first fishing rod, tent,
TV, and set of tires.
Almost everytime I go there for parts, they give me the wrong ones.
Sometimes I think a bunch of trained monkeys could do just as good a job at
the parts counter.
Crappy Tire? Its not all that bad. You just have to know the right one
to go to.
It is the largest automotive hard parts retailer in Canada. Granted
their are some really dumb people working there but the same can be
said for any retail chain. I much prefer them over say WalMart or
Just my 2 cents.
1988 Olds T.S.
Believe it or not, there is a Tim Horton's in the Canadian Tire store
at The Centre Mall location in Hamilton, Ontario.
They don't bake anything there as far as I know, just coffee, and they
ship the donuts in.
All baking for TH is done by a subsidiary baking firm, much in the way Wendy's,
TH owner, has their own baking firm for their needs..
Buy more TH stuff, I need those WEN dividend checks!!!
Wir welle bleiwe wat mir sin
What is worse is that at the flagship store on Ottawa Street in
Hamilton.... they got rid of the counter service :(
I'm sure that that will be one of the "tall tales" I tell my son when
he grows up :)
And yes, there is at least one Timmy's on every block in Hamilton.
(Insert smelly joke here)
Quid quid latine dictum sit altum videtur.
(That which is said in Latin sounds profound.)
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