Canadians’ Favorite Contest is Back!!!

At exactly 150 days until Canada’s  150th birthday, Tim Hortons, the country’s coffee giant officially brings back Canada’s favorite contest –  RRRoll Up the Rim to Win.

In a press release, Sami Siddiqui, Tim Hortons Canada’s President announced that this year’s RRRoll Up the Rim to Win will be bigger than ever.

Sami Siddiqui:

“The return of Canada’s favourite contest is our way of kicking off the celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, and be sure to stay tuned, because it’s just the beginning.”


Those who purchase coffee or other hot beverages at participating locations will have the chance to win one of more than 49 million prizes. Prizes this year includes 40 grand prizes of the new 2017 Honda Civic Coupe EX-T, as well as 150 55″ LG 4K UHD Smart TVs, 100 $5,000 CIBC prepaid cards, 24,000 $100 TimCards and millions coffee and food prizes.

Guests can once again also win with RRRoll Up at Home. From February 1, 2017 to March 15, 2017, guests who purchase Tim Hortons at-home coffee products including single serve products, canisters and bags of coffee as well as the bottled Iced Capp®, can take a photo of their receipt, upload it to, and register for a chance to win one of 10,000 prizes.

The contest will run for six weeks, starting February 1st until March 15th, or while cup supplies last. Prizes may be claimed until May 4, 2017.

The “Winning” RIM TABS for the Prizes will be distributed by  Region, as set out below.


Contest rules, odds of winning and prizing information can be found at participating Tim Hortons Restaurants or at


Free 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass


As part of an initiative brought in by the Liberal government to make parks accessible to Canadians, Catherine McKenna, the minister of the environment and climate change, who’s responsible for overseeing Canada’s parks, had the plan laid out in her ministerial mandate letter. The letter indicated that admission for all visitors to National Parks free in 2017, which is the 150th anniversary of Confederation of Canada is free and that beginning in 2018 the admission for children under 18 is free while any adult who became a Canadian citizen in the previous 12 months will be provided one year’s free admission.


For all of 2017 this pass gives you unlimited opportunities to enjoy National Parks, National Marine Conservation Areas and National Historic Sites across the country!

To get a Discovery Pass for your group or family, please visit Parks Canada Passes and Permits.

Validity Period: January 1st 2017 to December 31st 2017.

This pass is only accepted at national historic sites which are operated by Parks Canada.

Source: CBC News: Parks Canada to waive entrance fees in 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th, retrieved December 30, 2016.