TORONTO — Tim Hortons is moving its headquarters from Oakville, Ont. to downtown Toronto.The fast food company says it will relocate to a 6000 square-metre space in the Exchange Tower in the city’s financial district.Tim Hortons president Alex Macedo says the move will bring it closer to business partners, enable it to better use technology to serve customers and help it keep abreast of industry trends.Macedo says all 400 employees at the Oakville headquarters will be transferred to the Toronto location at the end of the year.Buy from Walmart, Ontario Tim Hortons franchisees told, as a shortage hits Guelph warehouseOttawa probing Tim Hortons franchisee claims that Brazilian parent company is failing to honour commitments to CanadaTim Hortons has fallen out of favour with Canadians, new survey suggestsThe company will continue to house its “Tims University” training centre in Oakville.Macedo says the move is a “very exciting moment” for the company, which has been located in Oakville for more than 50 years.“Consumer trends are changing very fast. We want to remain an innovative company,” he says. “We want to be able to react to guest changing behaviours so we thought being positioned in Toronto would allow us to do that.”According to Macedo, employees at the headquarters were pleased with the news.He says half live in Toronto and half reside outside the city, but all of them are excited about how the move will help the brand evolve.