For the second week in a row, a trade has altered the quarterback landscape in the CFL, with Nick Arbuckle being traded to the Elks.
This weekend the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Montreal Alouettes and Toronto Argonauts all have the opportunity to punch their ticket to the post-season.
The Edmonton Elks have swung a deal with the Toronto Argonauts to acquire quarterback Nick Arbuckle.
The CFL and Twisted Tea have renewed and expanded their partnership to better engage fans of the league and at Canada’s largest single-game sporting event – the Grey Cup.
OSEG President & CEO speaks to Ottawa media following the announcement that Marcel Desjardins will no longer be the GM of the REDBLACKS.
The Bombers unsurprisingly hold on to the top spot in the Power Rankings this week, but the parity that exists beneath them is setting up for a fascinating late-season push to go into the playoffs.
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108th Grey Cup tickets go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, October 26.
Week 12 is in the books and CFL.ca’s Don Landry is back with his takeaways from the week that was.
A dominating 45-0 win over BC was good enough to clinch 1st in the west, but also showcased a handful of highlight reel moments for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in week 12
The Montreal Alouettes have signed three new players, including RB/returner Martese Jackson.
CFL Fantasy user ROD BLACK FAN CLUB raced to the top of the weekly standings in Week 12, capitalizing on some lopsided wins.
As CFL.ca’s Pat Steinberg writes in this week’s MMQB, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers deserve all of the appreciation for how good they have been this year.
Marcel Desjardin is no longer the general manager of the Ottawa REDBLACKS.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed American defensive back Rolan Milligan.
The Edmonton Elks and Hamilton Tiger-Cats have shared their injury reports ahead of their game on Friday.
Craig Dickeson collected his first win over his younger brother in the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ 20-17 win over the Calgary Stampeders.
Saskatchewan avoids the series sweep by taking their third straight game against the Stampeders 20-17.
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