For those of you who hail from Canada or the Northeast United States, Tim Hortons needs no introduction. For the rest of our readers, a very brief history: picture a small-town doughnut shop that, over the last 50 years or so, has morphed into a combination Dunkin' Doughnuts/Starbucks/McDonalds that rules the Canadian fast food industry with an benevolent iron fist.
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The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) started a blog last week called Driver's Seat that focuses on driving in Canada. Well, it's broader than that. The site has six posts up as I write this, and four are related to green driving issues. Rhonda Moore, of the CAA wrote in to tell AutoblogGreen that the blog will focus "on our key advocacy issues from a consumer advocacy perspective. In recent weeks, the environment/climate change and in particular eco-driving have become top of mind topics fo
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