How Canada's late donut tycoon helped troubled youth
If you've been to Canada, you've probably stopped at a Tim Horton's for coffee and maybe a donut. The chain is universal up there. The man who built the Tim Horton's empire, Ron Joyce, passed away yesterday. He was known as a tough businessman, but he devoted part of his fortune to help underprivileged youth. He had grown up in poverty himself. Host Marco Werman speaks with one of the alumni of his youth programs, Shelagh Cole.