Wednesday, 26 May 2010


The CFL and the CFLPA have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year labour contract. Terms have not yet been disclosed, and the deal has not been ratified by either the Players' Association or the Board of Governors. Ratification will likely occur before the 2010 CFL season kicks off on Canada Day.

The CFL and the CFLPA, to the credit of them both, avoided a work stoppage (something that seems unlikely south of the border with the NFL), and fans will not be deprived of Canadian professional football in 2010.

With this messy little piece of business out of the way, we can now concentrate on what really matters: where to put the new Tiger-Cats stadium the games themselves.

With the pre-season opener less than three weeks away, we are oh-so-close to the return of the best football in the world.

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