Randy Ambrosie


Randy’s Word: Welcome to Business Season

December 12, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
Today’s Canadian Football League never really stops. As soon as the Grey Cup is awarded, we switch our focus to the work ahead. It’s why I’m fond of saying that football season is quickly ...

Randy’s Word: More than just a game

November 24, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
On the eve of the biggest game of the year, CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie took his Randy’s Word column to a new audience, taking out a full page ad in the Globe and Mail as a formal ...

A note from Commissioner Randy Ambrosie regarding hit on Zach Collaros

October 29, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
I want to acknowledge that our response to the Odell Willis hit on Zach Collaros this past weekend was clearly inadequate. First of all, the play should have been flagged and a roughing the ...

Randy’s Word: Talking CFL 2.0

October 3, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
Commissioner Randy Ambrosie is back with his latest blog about the state of the Canadian Football League and in his October entry, he hones in on what is quickly being referred to as ‘CFL ...

Randy’s Word: Celebrating diversity

August 14, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
Diversity is Strength. You will see that phrase emblazoned on special t-shirts worn across the CFL this month and featured in a deep online and social media campaign. For us, this is much more ...

Randy’s Word: CFL on the international stage

June 13, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
Watching the G7 Summit unfold in Quebec last weekend – and the titanic Trudeau-Trump match-up – got me thinking about Canada’s place in the world. And that inevitably got me thinking about the ...

Randy’s Word: Counting down to kickoff

April 6, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie is counting down the days to kickoff in his latest blog entry, which touches on a fun week in Winnipeg, rule changes and the latest in amateur football.

Ambrosie launches monthly blog to fans entitled ‘Randy’s Word’

February 15, 2018 | Randy Ambrosie
With the off-season in full swing, CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie has penned a monthly blog to fans to remain connected with CFL followers across the country.