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Tim Hortons expects labour shortage to ease as feds roll up aid for workers

Tim Hortons expects labour shortage to ease as feds roll up aid for workers
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Tim Hortons is expecting its labour woes will start to ease as federal government pandemic benefits dry up, an executive at the coffee chain’s parent company said in a quarterly update on Monday.

Restaurant Brands International Inc., which also owns Burger King and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, said labour shortages impacted operations during the third quarter, though Tim Hortons reported sales of $1.8 billion, a year-over-year increase of $254 million that put the chain back in line with pre-pandemic levels.
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