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So here's us, on the raggedy edge.
With the recent public offering of stock in Tim Hortons, there’s been much discussion of the cultural significance of the ubiquitous coffee shop to Canadians.
Man blows self up at Toronto Tim Hortons
Toronto (April 2, 2006) — A man died Sunday after an explosion in the washroom of a Tim Hortons doughnut shop in downtown Toronto, police said.
They did not immediately confirm reports, by radio station AM-640, that a man had entered the washroom shortly before the blast with explosives strapped to his body.
Police said no one else was involved and there were no other injuries. They couldn’t say whether the dead man was a customer or an employee.
The blast happened at the shop east of Yonge Street and north of Bloor, one of the busiest intersections in the city, at around 1 p.m. local time. Traffic was tied up in the area and Yonge Street was closed in both directions.
Fire department spokesman Daryl Fuglerud said the man had burns to his body.