Tim Hortons Raises Prices On Some Breakfast Items Amid Minimum Wage Controversy

Tim Hortons Raises Prices On Some Breakfast Items Amid Minimum Wage Controversy

Some Tim Hortons locations in Ontario have increased menu prices for some breakfast items amid controversy over Ontario’s minimum wage increase.

While Tim Hortons confirmed the price increases to various media outlets, the brand did not provide specific details on price increases, locations, or menu items.

Reports on social media indicate some breakfast items increased by around 20 cents, while one person complained about a 55-cent increase on an “icedcap and breaky sandwich” combo.

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On January 1, 2018 the minimum wage in Ontario increased from $11.60 to $14 per hour.

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