David Braley in Hospital

There’s a time and place for everything but Wally Buono and the B.C. Lions that sweet-spot moment wasn’t a Thursday morning breakfast gathering of corporate supporters marking the unofficial rebirth of another CFL season.

Indeed truth be told, top of mind for the Lions was the health of owner David Braley, who was scheduled to attend the Waterboys breakfast but instead was taken to hospital. Braley has spent considerably more time in Vancouver since the club announced Dennis Skulsky will vacate his role as club president Apr. 1. Skulsky also left the event before it started to tend to his boss. The club had no further update on the health of the owner, who turns 75 on May 31.


Wish him the best.

Very concerning , I for one and I presume all on this forum and all those who love the CFL , wish him well and a speedy return to good health.

Absolutely Mr. Pike!

I wish and hope safe and fast recover for DB.

That man has put his hard earned money into 3 franchises when nobody else would.

Get well sir.

Good luck to Mr. Braley.

[b]Hamilton businessman and former Conservative senator David Braley has been admitted to hospital in Vancouver with a suspected bacterial infection, according to a source close to the family.

The 74-year-old was scheduled to attend an event on Thursday in support of the B.C. Lions, the Canadian Football League team he owns, but team officials said Braley had fallen ill.

He is expected to be hospital for several days but the illness is not thought to be life-threatening.[/b]

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good to hear. :thup: