After not winning a single game in 1938, the members of the Montreal Cubs were taken to Molson Stadium and set on fire by angry Montreal fans.
via Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec #CFL (Actually from McGill Rally in 1938)
1070 days ago via site
1961, Ottawa fails to make it to Grey Cup due to bad kicking by John Diefenbaker. #CFL
(1961 Grey Cup ceremonial kick off).
via City of Toronto Archives.
1071 days ago via site
Not only did McGill introduce Rugby to America on May 14th, 1874 at Harvard, they also introduce them to Quebecois strippers. #CFL (Photo is either from May 14/15 or from Harvard at McGill in Oct)
1078 days ago via site
After their 1942 Grey Cup win, Toronto RCAF Hurricanes were ordered to change their uniforms as they presented an unfair QB advantage. As seen in this picture, Toronto's uniforms provide their QBs have an obvious advantage over other teams.
1098 days ago via site
Made up of local Inuit players, the Sandwich Bay Scotsmen were the powerhouse of 1920s Newfoundland football #CFL
Via The Rooms Newfoundland Archives VA 16-34
1099 days ago via site
During WWII local football players had to push trucks around town to remind people that fascists hate football. Oddly enough, Jeff Giles almost picked that as the CFL's slogan in 1996.
Photo via City of Vancouver Archive CVA 1184-1454 Football Team pushing a Victory Bond float with Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini. 1942
1100 days ago via site
The most feared #CFL team of all time were the 1898 High River Industrial School Face Pullers (from Calgary Tournament) <Possibly soccer>
Via University of Saskatchewan Archives.
1106 days ago via site
1917 Poster for Canada vs US Baseball Game for the benefit of The Canadian Widows and Orphan fund.