The reigning CFL Most Outstanding Rookie, Calgary LB Nate Holley, is expected to have NFL workouts now that the Canadian season has been canceled, per source. Former Kent State star, who had brief stints with the #Vikings and #Rams, awaiting final clearance. He’ll have a market.
Federal source says government has denied @CFL’s request for $30 million loan to be directed towards shortened 2020 season. It has committed to work with the league to see what role it can play in its viability beyond ‘20. CFL’s BOG could determine fate of season on Mon. #CFL
BREAKING: The CFL has cancelled its 2020 season. Commissioner Randy Ambrosie says 'Our league governors decided today it is in the best long-term interests of the CFL to concentrate on the future.' https://t.co/rjmRe4OkvZ
So the Feds wouldn’t give the CFL a $30 million interest free LOAN but it very quickly doled out $30 million to WE Charity even before the Liberal cabinet voted to give the charity the contract for the CSSG program. Most of that money has still not been returned. #Cdnpoli
If only the CFL had had the foresight to hire some of Justin Trudeau’s family members for a Grey Cup halftime show, they might have received a cheque for $912 million. #WEscandalhttps://t.co/idN8de0AW5
Today’s lesson: When you ask the Federal Government for a 30 million dollar interest free loan, and they then ask to see your financial records and you say no, you’re probably not getting a 30 million dollar interest free loan from the Federal Govenment. #CFL