100Th Grey Cup

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What the CFL Has to do With Canadian Politics

What I find particularly interesting about the Canadian Football League -- our league -- is that it often reflects Canada's political, economic and ideational condition. As Canada completes its celebration of the 100th Grey Cup, it is a particularly timely moment to examine "Canada-Toronto relations."
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One For The Thumb - A Fifth Ring

TORONTO - Already boasting four Grey Cup rings, Calgary defensive lineman Anwar Stewart is playing for one for the thumb.The 12-year veteran will play for his fifth ring when the Stampeders face the T...
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Does Calgary or Toronto Win the Grey Cup of Travel?

The Argonauts and Stampeders will battle it out on the gridiron for CFL supremacy on Sunday, but which of the finalists in the 100th Grey Cup game hails from a better city for travellers? Vacay.ca looked at how Toronto and Calgary stacked up against each other in seven categories. Here are the results...
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He's For The Argos

TORONTO - Jim Flaherty and Stephen Harper might have their eyes on the same fiscal ball, but when it comes to the pigskin the finance minister is Argos all the way.That pits him against his boss, the...
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Can Super Bowl's Glitz Be Imported to Grey Cup?

At the end of every NFL season, Canadians sit with quiet envy as the jets fly over the stadium and the popstar of the day mangles the words to "The Star-Spangled Banner." And although most will deny it if asked, we wish that spectacle could be ours. Perhaps this year's Grey Cup pop a few Viagra and join the 21st century.