Tim Hortons gears up to fend off McDonald's

Iconic Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons debuted a sleek, modern new look with the reopening of a Toronto restaurant; the chain expects to remodel about 10% of its 3,300 restaurants by the end of the year. The moves come as the chain works to keep up with rival McDonald's, which has remodeled about 70% of its 1,400 Canadian locations.

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