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Friday, July 14, 2006

Tim Hortons – Trillium Health Centre – Queensway Site

Tim Hortons – Trillium Health Centre – Queensway Site

I was at Tim Hortons today for my Physiotherapy since I had a Microdisectomy and I am still in pain. There was a Tim Hortons at the Queensway site and I was very happy that I know I can order something from there. I first though I could order a Cheese Croissant and an Garlic Herb Bagel. An attendant named Zuzana was a trainee at this location by the note on her card. However, if I was a trainee at this location, I would care about presence and sterility. When I was talking to her, she was so loud. I couldn’t hear her when she told me that there was no Cheese Croissant and people were staring at me like I am some idiot! I was just hungry! Tim Hortons is one of those Canadian Stores I am proud to have in this city. She asked me for my money in order for her to ring up the order of an Herb Garlic Bagel that is regular and it Toasted. She had her gloves on and she touched the money with it!!! That is EXTREMELY unsanitary. She didn’t bother to wash her hands as normal procedure of handling food plus, like I said she was loud when I she responded to the question, “I beg your pardon?” This sucks ass! I didn’t bother to eat the damn bagel since last week, I suffered from food poisoning and trust me, that is not a pretty sight that I want to see happen again! To think that this is a hospital for god sakes! Procedures should be taken more seriously than other stores!!!! Tim Hortons really made me upset and very very very mad.

1 comment:

  1. Given that this location is in a hospital, it's important for staff to take procedures seriously to ensure the safety and well-being of patients and visitors. Hopefully, Tim Hortons takes steps to address these concerns and ensure that their employees are properly trained on food safety and handling practices.


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