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RedBlacks Grey Cup Championship Parade | D=C3=A9fil=C3=A9 Du De La Coupe Grey Du ROUGE Et NOIR

November 29, 2016 - OTTAWA - The Ottawa REDBLACKS will celebrate their first-ever Grey Cup Championship Tuesday with the city and all their fans with a Grey Cup Championship parade. Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Start Location: Bank Street and Pretoria Avenue Start Time: 12:00 p.m. End Location: Aberdeen Square, Lansdowne Park Parade Route: The parade will begin at Bank/Pretoria moving south on Bank Street towards Lansdowne Park. The parade will enter Lansdowne via Exhibition Way, turn left on Paul Askin Way, right on Marché ... Full Story

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2016 CFL Grey Cup Record Watch

November 28, 2016 - In tonight's game the following statistical highlights and records occurred: (Part 1) Third Grey Cup Overtime game in history. Last was in 2005 (EDM 38, MTL 35) Ottawa broke the longest active Grey Cup drought at 26 SEASONS (1976 to 2016). Calgary overcame a 20-point deficit to tie the game with 0:10 to play. Total combined passing yards: 852. Most in Grey Cup history. Total net offence: 959. (Top 10 all-time) Most pass completions team: 35 (tied, Edmonton 2005) Pass efficiency rating: 119.9. Second high... Full Story

The Redblacks End 40 Years of Frustration in Ottawa with Grey Cup Win

November 27, 2016 - TORONTO - Move over, Tommy Clements. Make some room, Tony Gabriel. Henry Burris and Ernest Jackson are joining you in Ottawa's hall of heroes. Burris ominously limped off the field after the pre-game warmup, but he limped back on just before opening kickoff and he sparked the Redblacks to 39-33 overtime victory against the Calgary Stampeders in the Grey Cup game at BMO Field, ending Ottawa's 40-year Canadian Football League championship drought. The winning points came on an 18-yard pass from Burris to Jackson, who j... Full Story

The CFL Is Making Significant Progress: Commissioner Jeffrey L. Orridge

November 25, 2016 - TORONTO - Riding a wave of high scoring, close games, the Canadian Football League is making progress towards its goals, Commissioner Jeffrey L. Orridge said today. "When we look at the current state of the league, that's the word that comes to mind: progress," he said at his annual news conference, a key media event in the run up to the 104th Grey Cup presented by Shaw on Sunday. "We've done a lot to move the chains forward." Orridge said the game of Canadian professional football is in excellent shape. Offensive scor... Full Story

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