Directors & Executive Officers

Directors & Executive Officers

Directors

Key Executives – tim hortons inc (THI)

Name Board Relationships Title Age
Paul D. House 11 Relationships Executive Chairman, Interim Chief Executive Officer, President and Member of Executive Committee. This man knows of all things done to former store owners and the tactics Tim Hortons uses to shut them up. It is a pleasure for my family to reveal the truth and have a place that his family can come look at all his accomplishments in life. Hiding the truth being at the forefront. 68
Ron Joyce C.M.  2 Relationships Co-Founder- This is the man who created the contract that every store owner signs.It was Him who knows of all things done to former store owners. He made his wealth on the backs of the very people who were on his side.in his auto biography he states that Western Canada almost brought the company to its knees. What he doesn’t state is what he actually did to those families. The current class action is funded by him and his relative Arch Jollymore. This lawsuit is about Ron Joyce wanting to gain control and Paul House doesn’t want to give up being the leader. 2 of the most corrupt people in Canada, God will ultimately decide their fate. But here on earth I will expose what they have done to thousands of families. By destroying many lives he bought and paid for a false image of what he truly is. A first class criminal that can hide behind his money.  82
Cynthia J. Devine C.A. 11 Relationships Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance 47
David F. Clanachan No Relationships Chief Operating Officer 50
William A. Moir No Relationships Chief Brand & Marketing Officer and President of Tim Horton Children’s Foundation 63
 
Board Members – tim hortons inc (THI)
Name Board Relationships Primary Company Age
Paul D. House 11 Relationships Tim Hortons Inc. 68
Frank Iacobucci C.C., Q.C. 9 Relationships Tim Hortons Inc. 74
Wayne C. Sales 28 Relationships SUPERVALU Inc. 62
Michael J. Endres 33 Relationships Stonehenge Partners, Inc. 64
David H. Lees 9 Relationships Cardinal Health Canada Inc. 67
John Lederer B.A. 21 Relationships US Foods, Inc. 56
M. Atkins B.Comm., M.B.A., C.A., CPA 35 Relationships Pep Boys – Manny, Moe & Jack 55
Moya Greene 19 Relationships Royal Mail Holdings plc 58
Ronald Osborne J.D., F.C.A. 87 Relationships The SPi Group Inc. 65
Catherine Williams 36 Relationships Enbridge Inc. 61
*Data is at least as current as the most recent Definitive Proxy.
Executive Committees* – tim hortons inc (THI)
Committee Name Chairperson Board Relationships Members
Audit Committee Michael J. Endres 33 Relationships 5 Executives
Compensation Committee Wayne C. Sales 28 Relationships 5 Executives
Nominating Committee Frank Iacobucci C.C., Q.C. 9 Relationships 5 Executives
Corporate Governance Committee Frank Iacobucci C.C., Q.C. 9 Relationships 5 Executives
*Data is at least as current as the most recent Definitive Proxy.
 
Local Lawyer here in Winnipeg working for Filmore Riley LLC Rod C Roy;
 
 
The Judge who ruled that this is a simple commercial agreement Judge Royal Joyal, brief bio and read the last statements on him;
Read this story how he ruled in a photo radar controversy; http://www.winnipegsun.com/2012/01/08/photo-radar-class-action-suit-hits-snag
 
The Honourable Mr. Justice Glenn D. Joyal was appointed as a judge of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Manitoba on July 10, 2007. He replaced Mr. Justice A.L. Clearwater, who elected to become a supernumerary judge.

Mr. Justice Joyal pursued Graduate Studies in Public Law and Political Theory at Oxford University in 1995-1996. He received a Master of Arts (with distinction) from the University of Manitoba in 1992 and a Bachelor of Laws in 1986, after study at the University of Manitoba and McGill University. He was admitted to the Bar of Manitoba in 1987 and practised as a Provincial Crown Attorney in Manitoba (1986–1990), with Justice Canada (1990–1997) and then with the firm of Wolch Pinx Tapper Scurfield in Winnipeg (1997–1998).

Mr. Justice Joyal was appointed a judge of the Provincial Court of Manitoba in 1998, where he developed his expertise in criminal and constitutional law. On March 2, 2007, he was appointed to the Manitoba Court of Appeal, replacing Mr. Justice Charles Huband. He works in both English and French and has acted as a Member of several Provincial Court Committees. He has been Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors for St. Mary’s Academy, a Member of Board of Directors for Cercle Molière Theatre and a Member of l’Association des juristes d’expression française du Manitoba.

His decision to move from the Court of Appeal to the Court of Queen’s Bench a few months after his appointment sparked some controversy, which received media attention.

Interestingly; Mr. Justice Joyal was appointed a judge of the Provincial Court of Manitoba in 1998, where he developed his expertise in criminal and constitutional law.  

2012 SEC Filings – tim hortons inc (THI)

Financial Statements for tim hortons inc (THI)
Year over year, Tim Hortons Inc. has seen their bottom line shrink from C$624.0M to C$382.8M despite an increase in revenues from C$2.5B to C$2.9B. An increase in the percentage of sales devoted to cost of goods sold from 73.55% to 74.94% was a key component in the falling bottom line in the face of rising revenues.
 
Currency in
Millions of Canadian Dollars
As of: Dec 28
2008
Restated
CAD
Jan 03
2010
Restated
CAD
Jan 02
2011
Reclassified
CAD
Jan 01
2012
CAD
4 Year
Trend
Revenues 2,229.2 2,438.9 2,536.5 2,853.0
TOTAL REVENUES 2,229.2 2,438.9 2,536.5 2,853.0
Cost of Goods Sold 1,615.5 1,788.5 1,865.5 2,138.1
GROSS PROFIT 613.7 650.3 671.0 714.9
Selling General & Admin Expenses, Total 128.3 134.4 147.3 155.1
Other Operating Expenses -1.9 -0.9 -1.1 -2.1
OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES, TOTAL 126.5 133.5 146.2 153.1
OPERATING INCOME 487.2 516.8 524.8 561.8
Interest Expense -24.6 -21.1 -26.6 -30.0
Interest and Investment Income 4.9 2.0 2.5 4.1
NET INTEREST EXPENSE -19.6 -19.2 -24.2 -25.9
Income (Loss) on Equity Investments 14.3 13.7 14.6 14.4
Currency Exchange Gains (Loss) 0.7
EBT, EXCLUDING UNUSUAL ITEMS 482.6 511.3 515.3 550.3
Merger & Restructuring Charges -21.3 -7.3
Gain (Loss) on Sale of Investments 361.1
Gain (Loss) on Sale of Assets 2.4
Other Unusual Items, Total -2.5 -28.3 -6.7
Other Unusual Items -2.5 -6.3
EBT, INCLUDING UNUSUAL ITEMS 458.8 506.4 848.1 543.6
Income Tax Expense 150.3 186.6 200.9 157.9
Minority Interest in Earnings -23.8 -23.4 -23.2 -2.9
Earnings from Continuing Operations 308.5 319.8 647.1 385.7
NET INCOME 284.7 296.4 624.0 382.8
NET INCOME TO COMMON INCLUDING EXTRA ITEMS 284.7 296.4 624.0 382.8
NET INCOME TO COMMON EXCLUDING EXTRA ITEMS 284.7 296.4 624.0 382.8

2012 SEC Filings by Quarter for TIM HORTONS INC THI

Filing Type Description Filing Date
10-Q Quarterly Financials November 8, 2012
10-Q Quarterly Financials August 9, 2012
10-Q Quarterly Financials May 9, 2012
10-K Annual Financials February 28, 2012
 
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