Tim Hortons

Toronto Rock defender Rob Marshall

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Rob Marshall slings his equipment bag into the back of his pickup truck. School and work are behind him. Marshall then picks up his good friend and teammate Kasey Beirnes. After a quick stop at a local Tim Hortons, the pair is back on the road to the Air Canada Centre, in Toronto. “If one of us has a long day at work we can catch a catnap on the way down,” Marshall said.

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Helping the hearing impaired

The discomfort felt by people with hearing or speech impairments when ordering at food joints might soon be over — at least in some spots. The Tim Hortons branch at Kennedy Road and Hwy. 401 is catering to its hearing- and speaking- impaired customers to ensure they feel more welcomed and at ease, store manager La Shown St. Louis says.