Finally there is labor peace in the CFL.
The league’s board of governors has formally approved a new collective bargaining agreement reached with the CFL Players’ Association last week.
The players approved a seven-year deal last Thursday night, ending long, sometimes controversial negotiations that included the second strike in league history and the first strike since 1974.
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CFL’s broadcast agreement with TSN may expire five years after expiration.
The 2022 regular season – which will feature a regular 18-game campaign for teams for the first time since 2019 – is set to begin on June 9th.
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