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Doritos Brings Canadians the Super Bowl Ads They’re Missing — Well, Kind Of

In their new campaign, Doritos Canada brings you the Big Game commercials, as best they can.

Doritos Brings Canadians the Super Bowl Ads They’re Missing — Well, Kind Of

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There’s a reason why the Super Bowl is one of the most-watched TV events of the year for football and non-football fans alike. It’s about more than football. It’s about the halftime show, the big pop culture moments and, for many people, the ads. From celebrity reunions to heartwarming messages, those commercials are what keep many people buzzing before, during and after the game. In Canada, however, many of the ads don’t air on the live broadcast.

That’s why Doritos had Canadian comedian Gerry Dee and actor Amrit Kaur re-enact some of the Super Bowl ads as best they can. But once you’ve seen those versions, you probably want to see the real things.

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So, Billboard Canada is bringing you all the ads you’re missing, all in one place.

Now, sit back, relax, grab a bag of Doritos Sweet & Tangy BBQ, and get ready to watch a Billboard round up of 2024’s Super Bowl ads here!

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Maggie Rogers Coming to Toronto on North American Arena Tour

The run will support her third studio album, 'Don't Forget Me.'

Maggie Rogers is heading back on the road, this time in arenas.

The star announced on Thursday (April 11) her first-ever arena tour, dubbed the Don’t Forget Me Tour Part II, to celebrate the release of her third studio album, Don’t Forget Me. The Live Nation-produced outing will kick off on Oct. 9 at Moody Center in Austin, Texas, before it hits cities like Philadelphia, Boston, New York City, Chicago, Seattle and more before wrapping up on November 2 in Los Angeles, Calif. Ryan Beatty will join Rogers as the opening act on her fall tour dates.

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