By Adam Bisby on November 10, 2017
Did you hear the one about the couple who discussed their living wills while watching the big game? Him: “I never want to exist in a vegetative state, dependent on some machine and taking fluids from a bottle.” Her: “Guess we better unplug the TV and pour your beer down the ...
By Adam Bisby on November 8, 2017
Have you ever trash-talked while playing Monopoly? Revved your engine at a red light? If so, you may have something in common with Orlando Bowen. As a linebacker with the Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Orlando was renowned for his competitive fire. Thirteen years after ...
NOVEMBER 7, 2017
The 105th Grey Cup Festival organizing committee today announced that the Flutie Brothers Band, featuring Canadian Football Hall of Fame inductees Doug and Darren Flutie, will perform at the Grey Cup VIP Tailgate Party, presented by Casino Lac-Leamy, on the ...
Wednesday, November 1, 2017 — The final week of the season has plenty to decide, with only one playoff spot confirmed and five others up for grabs.
The final week begins Friday in Hamilton where the Tiger-Cats host the Montreal Alouettes. Brandon Banks will be looking to make it six consecutive games recording ...
By Roberta Staley on November 1, 2017
Like many guys, former CFL linebacker Gene Mack has learned to dial back the excesses of his younger days.
He still has the occasional light beer and a double scotch once a month. “Just take care of yourself,” says Mack, 67. “Do your excesses in moderation.” The thing is, ...
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By Roberta Staley
For some professional athletes, saying goodbye to the game can lead to a sense of loss not only of self-esteem and identity but the close-knit camaraderie that unites team members.
Leaving the Toronto Argonauts in 1995, after four years as a pro linebacker, was tough, admits Joe Sardo of Hamilton, ...
Oct 17, 2017
by Don Wall
The new CEO of the Ontario Construction Secretariat (OCS) Robert Bronk comes to the job with five years of experience as a stakeholder in the organization and says he knows full well its strengths, the value of programs it runs and its respected portfolio of research studies.
October 2nd, 2017
By Adam Bisby
It’s often been said that looks can be deceiving. Just look at Shea Emry: The retired CFL linebacker and two-time Grey Cup champion is basically pure muscle, and was feared around the league for his punishing hits as the CFL’s Nastiest Player. He sure seems like one tough dude!
Blue Bombers to host fan events, league-wide meetings with CFL’s biggest and brightest
Saturday, September 9, 2017 — WINNIPEG, MB (September 9, 2017) – The Canadian Football League’s (CFL’s) biggest offseason event is coming to Winnipeg in March 2018. From March 22nd-25th, Winnipeg will host the second-ever ...