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Stampeders Take The Cup!

VANCOUVER - There was a very brief moment Sunday evening when Calgary Stampeders fan Clint Noble thought the Grey Cup was slipping through his team's fingers.It didn't last long — a penalty that nulli...

Vancouver Ready to Rock During Grey Cup Festival

Even though the absence of the home team in the 102nd Grey Cup may disappoint fans in Vancouver, the city's mayor is still upbeat about the CFL championship game that takes place this weekend. It's an event that will entertain residents and visitors alike, mayor Gregor Robertson promised during a press conference on Wednesday.
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Vancouver Is Gearing Up for a Grey Cup Party

Even though the absence of the home team in the 102nd Grey Cup may disappoint fans in Vancouver, the city's mayor is still upbeat about the CFL championship game that takes place this weekend. It's an event that will entertain residents and visitors alike.
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Tiger-Cats Make No Excuses

REGINA - No excuses and nothing to celebrate. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats' tumultuous season was extinguished in brutal fashion in front of a gleeful Rider Nation.It was Mosaic Stadium but it was more lik...
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SHOWDOWN

REGINA - It's finally time to play football.The 2013 CFL season concludes Sunday with the Saskatchewan Roughriders hosting the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 101st Grey Cup game at Mosaic Stadium. The Rid...
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Fandemonium: Canadians Are Crazy For Football

While many NFL fans might consider it bush league, CFL fans argue Canadian football provides a more interesting and quicker game. One thing cannot be denied -- CFL fans may be the most loyal fans in Canada. It's time to evaluate CFL fandemonium in the run up to the Grey Cup.
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Ford's Conduct 'Unseemly At Best'

TORONTO - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford posed for dozens of pictures, walked arm in arm with drunken fans, and hoisted a tin-foil Grey Cup over his head.Toronto's embattled mayor showed up at Rogers Centre o...

Andrea Horwath Should "Lean In" And Force An Election

Recent Ipso Reid polls should be good news for Ontario Tory Leader Tim Hudak. Hudak and the Tories are at 37% of decided Ontario voters; Horwath's NDP at 29% and Wynne and the Liberals at 28%. This is real bad news for Premier Wynne and her band of less than merry Liberals. But these polls provide even better news to Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath.