Multiple Tim Hortons franchises, other businesses cut pay, benefits, citing minimum wage hike

The Tim Hortons heirs aren't the only franchise owners cutting paid breaks and employee benefits, citing Ontario's increase in minimum wage. Employees at other Tims franchises as well as other businesses have been told they're going to take a hit.

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