Grey Cup

Tens of thousands of people flooded through the Glebe in Ottawa to enjoy the week-long Grey Cup festival, generating a surge in foot traffic for businesses in the area.
A new charitable organization launched by the same group of businessmen who brought professional football back to Ottawa has scored the equivalent of a 109-yard touchdown.
The Grey Cup is still a month away but organizers say the game is sold out.
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Canada Day may be over, but the fun continues as Ottawa plays host through the fall to a number of high-profile events and unique attractions.
The Ottawa RedBlacks say tickets for the 2017 Grey Cup are moving at a brisk pace, which is welcome news for the CFL after organizers of the 2016 league championship in Toronto struggled to fill th
Who needs cheerleaders when you’ve got 36,000 fans packed elbow-to-elbow for the hottest football game of the year? By Emma Jackson.
Business owners in the Glebe and Ottawa hoteliers say they’re expecting to see a boost to their businesses when the nation’s capital hosts the Grey Cup in 2017.  
Canadian Football League commissioner Jeffrey Orridge charmed the crowd at Thursday morning’s Mayor’s Breakfast with his wit, but he wouldn’t deliver the news the city was hoping to hear mo