The Superbowl is the most watched televised event in both the US and Canada, (For better or worse) non fans of Football even join in to enjoy the Half Time Show and what seems to go viral every year, the commercials.


Canadians usually get the short end of the stick when it comes to the best commercials, but according to the CRTC:

“Effective 1 January 2017, Canadians will be able to view the U.S. Super Bowl commercials – an integral element of the event – broadcast on U.S. television stations rebroadcast in Canada by television service providers (cable, direct-to-home satellite or Internet Protocol television). Canadians may also choose to watch the Super Bowl on Canadian television stations with Canadian advertisements. Ultimately, Canadians will have the right to choose the stations on which they will watch the Super Bowl.”


You can read the full details here, and here’s a taste of what we’ve been missing out on in the meantime.



Go Steelers.

~ Daly


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