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TIM HORTONS $30.52 (Toronto symbol THI; SI Rating: Average) (905-845-6511; www.timhortons.com; Shares outstanding: 181 million; Market cap: $5.6 billion) has opened a new coffee-and-donut shop at the Fort Knox U.S. Army base in Kentucky. The base is next to the famous gold bullion depository. This is the company’s first store on a U.S. military base; it currently operates outlets on seven Canadian bases, and a restaurant in Kandahar, Afghanistan. In total, Tim Hortons has around 3,000 locations in Canada, and more than 500 in the U.S. The Fort Knox location should help Tim Hortons expand to more U.S. military bases. Tim Hortons is a buy. 20-20 TECHNOLOGIES INC. $3.10 (Toronto symbol TWT; SI Rating: Speculative) (514-332-4112; www.2020technologies.com; Shares outstanding: 18.9 million; Market cap: $58.7 million) earned $1 million, or $0.06 a share, in the three months ended July 31, 2009. It lost $1.6 million, or $0.08 a share, a year earlier. Montreal-based 20-20 makes computer-aided design, sales, engineering and manufacturing software for clients in the…

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