Host cities need to have a visible infrastructure and a decent stadium.
Hamilton has neither.
Can’t have the Grey Cup in a city that only has a couple of motels and a Holiday Inn. Or an airport that only handles a half dozen flights a day.
And can’t have the biggest game of the year in a dinkified little 20,000 seat bandbox with a couple hot dog stands and a few carts selling stale popcorn as “amenities”.
Toronto is obviously the ideal location based on infrastructure, but BMO Field is just as bad as TimHorton’s Dump is.
Winnipeg and Regina have nice stadiums - - although somewhat small - - but a complete lack of infrastructure eliminates both of them.
BC is by far the best suited host city.
This is why Grey Cup revenue sharing would be in every team’s best interest.