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Tim Hortons Field gets green light to host Labour Day Classic

HAMILTON, Ont. — It looks like Tim Hortons Field will be finished for Monday’s Labour Day Classic after all.


The Hamilton Tiger-Cats got virtually the green light from the City of Hamilton on Saturday for Monday afternoon’s CFL game against the visiting Toronto Argonauts. 219 more words

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'All systems go': Hamilton Tiger-Cats CEO confident new venue will host Labour Day classic

Nineteen days before it was scheduled to host its first Canadian Football League game, the new stadium was still a mess. Heavy rainfall the night before reduced a corner of the worksite to a muddy burial ground for construction detritus, while work in a drier corner belched plumes of dust over well-kept lawns in a blue-collar neighbourhood. 640 more words

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Ticats hopeful Tim Hortons Field will be ready for Labour Day game

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats may not know until Sunday if they’ll be hosting the rival Toronto Argonauts at Tim Hortons Field on Labour Day.

Work continued at the new stadium Thursday as officials tested fire alarms and sprinkler systems while the Ticats practised there for the second straight day. 800 more words

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The picks: Week 10 in the CFL

Henry Burris isn’t always smiling these days because of the anemic output of the Ottawa Redblacks offence (Files)

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Ottawa at Montreal, 4:30 p.m.

You may think this is a battle of two teams which appear to have no clue how to score a touchdown but look at it this way instead — the winner of this epic battle of 1-7 teams can start thinking about printing playoff tickets. 902 more words

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Mitchell optimistic venue will be ready

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats may not know until Sunday if they’ll be hosting the rival Toronto Argonauts at Tim Hortons Field on Labour Day.

Work continued at the new stadium Thursday as officials tested fire alarms and sprinkler systems while the Ticats practised there for the second straight day. 800 more words

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Builder assures public of Hamilton stadium's safety

Concerned city officials paid an independent engineer to assess the safety of late design changes made to reinforce the steel structure of Hamilton’s delay-plagued football stadium. 691 more words

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Dwight Anderson among three players released by Argos

TORONTO — Dwight Anderson’s stay with the Toronto Argonauts was a short one.

The Argos released the veteran cornerback Tuesday after just seven games. Running back Jeremiah Johnson and receiver Terrell Sinkfield were also let go. 130 more words

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