Here's hoping that all the CFL lovers noticed that Moncton had a groundbreaking yesterday for a stadium yesterday (thanks for posting the correction) that could be expanded, judging by the artist's conception.
It's ostensibly for the world junior track and field championships in two years' time, and goodness knows every degenerate sports gambler can't wait to get some money down on the 4 x 400 relay and the hammer throw (always beat on someone from Eastern Europe in that one, by the way). It's worth having on the radar screen while Ottawa hems and haws over what to do with Lansdowne Park. The CFL might be wary of bringing in two new franchises within a short timeframe.
(Missed this a few days earlier, but best wishes to a Canadian running back/special teamer, Mike Bradley, who retired from the Edmonton Eskimos over the weekend. Bradley was one in a long line of outstanding CIS backs who never got a crack at being a featured back in the next league.)
New stadium puts hopes for a CFL franchise on high (Dave Crase, Can West News Service)