Insight and Analysis

Bombers’ ever-evolving secondary takes on new look in ’17

5 hours ago | Ed Tait
The Bombers secondary – the collection of defensive backs that make up the air defence – underwent a significant makeover heading into the 2016 season.

Ferguson: 21 burning questions heading into Ticats’ training camp

23 hours ago | Marshall Ferguson
With training camp just over a week I thought what better time than now to ask some questions that we can look back on in December and discover the answers to. 21. How soon will Kay Okafor dress ...

Hands On Approach: 9 receivers teams can rely on

2 days ago | Staff
After a big year for receivers in 2016 — 15 pass-catchers went over the 1,000-yard mark — some new names are in contention. We look at the CFL’s most reliable receivers.

Owens offers plenty of wisdom to young Riders

4 days ago | Staff
While the Riders’ receiving corps showed promise in 2016, Chad Owens brings something a little different.

Calvillo, Durant go from foes to friends in Montreal

5 days ago | Staff
Former opponents Darian Durant and Anthony Calvillo turn to coach and student as the pair unite in Montreal.

Ellingson: City, fans played a key role in extension

6 days ago | Staff
Greg Ellingson’s decision to stay in Ottawa was not only because of how much he likes the city, it was also because of the fan support he’s felt the past two seasons.

Ricky Ray: ‘We have a great group of quarterbacks this year’

7 days ago | Staff
With Ricky Ray leading the charge, the Toronto Argonauts are happy with their quarterbacks heading into the 2017 season.

Will QB clarity pay off in the nation’s capital?

2 weeks ago | Staff
The REDBLACKS’ quarterback situation has some much-needed clarity heading into 2017 — but are they better off for it?

Dickenson, Stamps hoping for healthy O-line in 2017

2 weeks ago | Staff
With the departure of Derek Dennis, Calgary’s management team wanted – or even needed – to add another offensive lineman to the mix.

Completing the Deal: A closer look at trades that impacted the Draft

2 weeks ago | Staff takes a look at how some of 2016’s trades panned out now that the 2017 CFL Draft is complete.

While experiencing change, Esks focused on improving

2 weeks ago | Staff
After finishing the 2016 campaign 10-8, the Edmonton Eskimos aren’t satisfied and are focusing on improving for 2017.

O’Shea: ‘We have an idea how you build a championship team’

2 weeks ago | Staff
Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ head coach Mike O’Shea says he and his team have an idea of what goes into making a championship team.

New-look East has strength in leadership

3 weeks ago | Jeff Krever
With Marc Trestman in Toronto and Darian Durant in Montreal, new leadership gives the East Division a new outlook.

O’Leary: REDBLACKS deserve kudos for Sunderland’s transition to GM

4 weeks ago | Chris O'Leary’s Senior Writer Chris O’Leary says that the Ottawa REDBLACKS willingness to assist Brock Sunderland in growing his career is the ‘most Canadian thing ever’.

O’Leary: For Trestman, no detail is too small

4 weeks ago | Chris O'Leary
BRADENTON, Fla — Marc Trestman stood in the middle of 62 of his players late on Wednesday afternoon and broke down their day. The head coach of the Toronto Argonauts went through all of the ...

Chapdelaine leads change of attitude in Montreal

4 weeks ago | Staff
Everything changed for the better last season for the Alouettes when Jacques Chapdelaine was named the interim head coach.

Landry: Despite injury, Green acquisition a no-brainer for Argonauts

1 month ago | Don Landry’s Don Landry weighs in on the SJ Green trade and says that despite giving up a late-round draft pick and the receiver’s recent injury history, the acquisition leaves little ...

‘Beyond State of the Art’: Nye on Riders’ new home

1 month ago | Jamie Nye
When it comes to the Riders’ new home, ‘state of the art’ might not do it justice.’s Jamie Nye has more on the team’s brand new facilities.

O’Leary: Hervey’s exit signals clear mandate from Esks managment

2 months ago | Chris O'Leary’s Chris O’Leary weighs in on the fallout after the shocking dismissal of Ed Hervey as Edmonton Eskimos GM.

Philosophical differences lead to Hervey’s dismissal

2 months ago | Staff
A contract dispute and philosophical differences each played a role in the Eskimos’ decision to part ways with GM Ed Hervey on Friday.