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Tim Hortons' Hockey Barbies Are Out Now & There Are New Donuts To Celebrate

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Tim Hortons' Barbie Dolls Are Out Now & Come Decked Out In Hockey Gear

Now Tim Hortons' Barbie dolls are out and there are two that you can choose from that come decked out in hockey gear. Plus, there are new donuts to celebrate this!

The restaurant chain and the toymaker have teamed up to launch the dolls at participating locations across Canada and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Hockey Canada Foundation to support girls' hockey in this country.

To celebrate and commemorate this, Tims is also offering new donuts that have a fondant top with an edible hockey Barbie image.

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There are two hockey Barbies to choose from — inspired by Canadians Marie-Philip Poulin and Sarah Nurse — and both come with a Tim Hortons jersey, helmet and hockey stick.

If you or someone you know is into hockey, Tim Hortons and Barbie, this might just be perfect.

In August, the roll-out of the dolls at Tims locations across Canada was pushed back until both Black and white Barbies were manufactured.

At that time, the white doll was only available at Toys "R" Us Canada.

Timmies had originally planned to only sell one doll, a white one, but added the second doll after protests against anti-Black racism happened around the world.

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