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Hands off my Tim Hortons! Defenders of the Double-Double react to merger

Burger King and Tim Hortons have inked a $12.5-billion merger deal, which got many Canadians fearing for the fate of their beloved Timmies. The companies said both brands will operate independently, but that didn't stop readers from speculating on what might change.

What makes Tim Hortons so special? Why are Canadians so passionate about the chain? What would you hate to see change? Tweet us @globeandmail and let us know or tell us on our Facebook page.

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