TORONTO – The Grey Cup, which has inspired so many pilgrimages throughout its 100 year history, is embarking on its own this Fall.
On Friday September 7, the Grey Cup 100 Train Tour presented by RONA will officially kickoff its uniquely Canadian journey as it travels the country to visit more than 100 communities from coast to coast to coast.
Today, the CFL unveiled exactly where and when the Grey Cup 100 Train Tour may be pulling into a community near you.
“The historic Grey Cup trophy truly belongs to every Canadian,” said CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon. “And we are proud to be taking it from coast to coast to coast, bringing it to as many Canadians as possible,” said CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon.
Visit www.greycuptour.ca to view the schedule. Additional stops will be added in the coming weeks.
The Grey Cup 100 Train Tour presented by RONA will be stopping in all eight CFL cities - Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Hamilton, Toronto and Montreal -- as well as Ottawa, the national capital and site of so much Canadian football history, Quebec City, Moncton and Halifax.
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