CFL and CFLPA resume talks in attempt to hammer out a new labour deal

CFL and CFLPA resume talks in attempt to hammer out a new labour deal

CFL and CFLPA resume talks in attempt to hammer out a new labour deal TORONTO — With their current labour deal set to expire at midnight ET, representatives from the CFL and CFL Players’ Association resumed talks Saturday in an attempt to hammer out a new collective bargaining agreement. Both sides met late into the evening on Friday. A league spokesman confirmed via email Saturday afternoon that “both sides are still talking.” Additional updates were expected later in the day. Training camps are scheduled to open Sunday and the pre-season schedule is set to begin May 23. The current contract was negotiated before the 2019 season and amended last year so the CFL could stage a 14-game campaign. If a new agreement isn’t reached in time, six of the league’s …
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