Another expansion thread. Here's the deal
Quebec City - Needs an owner and someone to convince the University of Laval that a CFL team benefits them more then it takes away from the Rouge Et Or, because they are the ones blocking the use of their stadium to any potential CFL team. A local stadium isn't likely to be built from scratch with the new hockey arena they are building.
Moncton - Didn't sell out last TD Atlantic, so the jury is still out and really needs BIG regional support. Also needs an owner who is willing to pony up several mil to get them to a full stadium.
Halifax - Needs a stadium and an owner, as well they need to navigate one of the most obstinate, foolish, riskless local governments in our country (and that's saying something, comming from Hamilton)
Saskatoon - Needs a sadium, an owner, the blessing of the Riders and while Rider Pride would stop a lot of converts, I have little doubt you'd get a lot of dual season ticket holders. Also, many talk that Saskchewan for a time fell on hard times and almost was the end of the Riders.
Anywhere else - Foolhardy, needs a stadium, the population, an owner and to overcoming a massive lack of population to become feasible. London is about the only other area I can see that would even be remotely in the running.
As a side note, I think CIS should say outright "The Vanier is always being paired with the Grey Cup, it makes us a LOT more when bundles with the Grey Cup fesitval and a large venue. If you want the Vanier in your city, you get a CFL team." I think this would help the other large cities to build large stadiums and consider purusing a team.