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O’Leary: Filer chops his locks for good cause

January 18, 2018 | Chris O'Leary
Mike Filer cut off his beard and hair on Wednesday after raising over $20,000 for the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre. CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary has more.

O’Leary: Love of the game reveals a different side of Chris Jones

January 17, 2018 | Chris O'Leary
Chris Jones is nothing if not divisive, but the Riders’ head coach and GM has made two things clear: He wins, and his players love him. CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary has more.

O’Leary: Reed, Als ready to move forward without Durant

January 16, 2018 | Chris O'Leary
With the release of Darian Durant, Kavis Reed and the Als have set a new course of direction. CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary writes.

Lions’ O-Line Duo: ‘We allowed too much pressure last year’

January 16, 2018 | Matt Baker
Since his first day on the job, General Manager Ed Hervey has repeated his mission statement over and over: The 2018 BC Lions must be better on both sides of the line of scrimmage.

Bryan Burnham burning for redemption in 2018

January 14, 2018 | Matt Baker
Lions receiver Bryan Burnham is looking for redemption after a disappointing 2017 campaign. BCLions.com’s Matt Baker has the story.

Dickenson among elite company in College Football HOF

January 13, 2018 | George Johnson
Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson is among elite company after his induction to the College Football Hall of Fame.

2017: The year in pictures

December 31, 2017 | CFL.ca Staff
Unforgettable can’t describe how the night of Nov. 26, 2017 unfolded. And just like most of the iconic images the 105th Grey Cup produced, the last 12 months won’t soon be forgotten.

The Long Game: Lions’ kicker looking to build on rookie year

December 29, 2017 | Matt Baker
After finishing 2017 with 18 straight successful field goals, Ty Long has become one of the league’s most accurate kickers going into next year.

Reinebold feeling at home in new gig with Lions

December 29, 2017 | Matt Baker
Two decades after coaching for the BC Lions, Jeff Reinebold is heading back home to Vancouver. More on the Lions’ new defensive coordinator.

O’Leary: Bridge reflects on a 2017 loaded with milestones

December 20, 2017 | Chris O'Leary
From the second the CFL came into his post-college radar, the questions have always hovered around Brandon Bridge. He’s been asked for years about first what it would mean to be drafted into the ...

Morris: Hervey not shying away from renovating Lions den

December 17, 2017 | Jim Morris
Less than three weeks after taking the job Hervey’s tweaking might not be an overhaul but there’s certainly some renovations being done. CFL.ca’s Jim Morris has more from Vancouver.

O’Leary: Argos’ Grey Cup appearance caps incredible turnaround

November 25, 2017 | Chris O'Leary
With the Argos in the Grey Cup, CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary looks back on the dark days of February, when the team was without a head coach or GM going into free agency.

Under Centre: Exclusive 1-on-1 with Sunday’s quarterbacks

November 25, 2017 | CFL.ca Staff
As the biggest game of the year looms, CFL.ca’s guest analyst Davis Sanchez sits down for a candid, 1-on-1 interview with Ricky Ray and Bo Levi Mitchell.

Parker ready to embrace moment at 105GC

November 25, 2017 | Carlos Verde
Anthony Parker wants to soak up the occasion at the 105th Grey Cup. CFL.ca’s Carlos Verde has more on Parker’s increased workload with the Stamps.

O’Leary: Sunderland reflects on ‘insane but fun’ first season as GM

November 19, 2017 | Chris O'Leary
For Brock Sunderland and the Edmonton Eskimos, 2017 has brought plenty of twists and unexpected turns. Yet the rookie GM explains he’s exactly where he wants to be.

O’Leary: The Western Semi through the eyes of the best bear in the barn

November 14, 2017 | Chris O'Leary
CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary placed himself in one of the most rabid environments in the CFL, taking his chances with the wild, bear costume-wearing crew in section 143 of Investors Group ...

O’ Leary: Fiery Maas sets Esks tone and ‘you either like it or you don’t’

November 9, 2017 | Chris O'Leary
Jason Maas is well aware that he may not be the most liked sideline boss in the CFL but he doesn’t seem to concerned about it. Chris O’Leary reports from Edmonton where the Esks have ...

O’Leary: James Wilder déjà vu for Marc Trestman

November 2, 2017 | Chris O'Leary
Marc Trestman is feeling a bit of deja vu this season with the Argos as he coaches a second James Wilder. CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary explains.

Landry: Johnson quietly anchoring defence in Riderville

November 2, 2017 | Don Landry
Jovon Johnson joined the Riders this season and has quietly put his leadership and playmaking abilities on the defensive side of the ball to work. CFL.ca’s Don Landry has more.

Morris: Flyin’ Hawaiian picking up where he left off

November 1, 2017 | Jim Morris
After not playing for over a year Chad Owens had forgotten what the morning after a football game felt like. It didn’t take long for the memories to return for the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ ...
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