Executives of Tim Hortons Inc., the Canadian bakery-café concept, expressed optimism for the brand’s growth plans in Canada and the United States after first-quarter earnings and same-store sales grew despite the ongoing, patchy economic recovery in North America. During the company’s earnings conference call, executives said they were pleased with sales in the U.S., especially in core Tim Hortons markets like Buffalo, N.Y., and Columbus, Ohio. Those markets will continue ...

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