Canada Week

On Further Review
Happy Canada Day
Happy Canada Day
Today marks a national holiday in the True North, and it also marks an end to The MMQB's Canada Week. Was the experiment successful? Readers on both sides of the CFL debate share their thoughts on the coverage
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Canadian Appreciation
Canadian Appreciation
From Regina to Calgary to Medicine Hat, the Canadian Football League is stitched into the fabric of our neighbors to the north. On opening weekend, we see that pride, fall in love with the rouge and get a kiss from Chad Johnson
By Peter King
Open Field
What the CFL Feels Like
What the CFL Feels Like
On the 2014 season-opening night in Winnipeg, an old fanbase found new hope, a fledgling quarterback's star was born and all the quirky charms that make the Canadian Football League what it is were on full display
By Jenny Vrentas
Open Field
The CFL’s Most Outstanding Player Moonlights as a Banker
The CFL’s Most Outstanding Player Moonlights as a Banker
It’s not uncommon for Canadian Football League players to hold offseason jobs, just like their NFL counterparts from decades past. For Calgary Stampeders running back Jon Cornish, it helps prepare him for life after football
By Emily Kaplan
Open Field
They’re Ours, We’re Theirs
They’re Ours, We’re Theirs
Small-time? Yes, but also small-town. That charm is what makes the Canadian Football League so great
By Bruce Arthur
Behind the Face Mask
‘You couldn’t tell me winning a Super Bowl would feel any nicer’
‘You couldn’t tell me winning a Super Bowl would feel any nicer’
In eight CFL seasons, Doug Flutie was named Most Outstanding Player six times. He played in four Grey Cups, winning three. TSN voted him the greatest player of all time. Here’s why Canada’s brand of football is No. 1 in his heart
By Doug Flutie
Monday Morning Quarterback
Welcome to Canada Week
Welcome to Canada Week
For the next 7 days, The MMQB will cover North America's other great football league. To kick things off, Bears coach Marc Trestman, winner of two Grey Cups in Montreal, explains the rules and nuances that make the CFL unique
By Marc Trestman