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Actor Jason Priestley holds a plate of donuts in Oakville, Ont. on July 30, 2013. One lucky Canadian will have the chance to add their dream doughnut to the Tim Hortons menu and walk away with $10,000 as winner of Duelling Donuts contest, launched by the iconic bake shop today. T (The Canadian Press)
Actor Jason Priestley holds a plate of donuts in Oakville, Ont. on July 30, 2013. One lucky Canadian will have the chance to add their dream doughnut to the Tim Hortons menu and walk away with $10,000 as winner of Duelling Donuts contest, launched by the iconic bake shop today. T (The Canadian Press)

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