One would think baked goods and blunts go hand in hand but Tim Hortons begs to differ.
Canada’s leader in lattes has filtered its free WiFi service to blocks patrons from accessing the websites of licensed cannabis companies, Leafly reports.
Double-double drinkers are faced with an “Access to this page has been blocked due to inappropriate content” screen when attempting to log in.
Regardless of whether they are using laptops, tablets or phones, the internet filter prevents customers from viewing some cannabis content — despite the fact cannabis has been federally legal for almost a year, and that their Terms of Service (TOS) virtually absolve the company of responsibility for internet content viewed on their premises.
“Be aware that some content, products, or services may be offensive to you or may not comply with applicable laws where you access the Services,” the TOS reads as guests log on to the Bell Mobility-provided service.
Sites like Leafly, Lift & Canopy Growth Corp have all been blacklisted from the Canuck fan favourite.