2007: Halifax is a awarded the 2014 Commonwealth Games and construction begins on a state of the art stadium.
2008: Ottawa is re-enstated as the 9th team in the Canadian Football League. The NFL plays its first regular season game in Toronto. Games are played in Toronto every 3 years, as it alternates with England and Germany. The NFL is beneficial to the CFL as the only way to get an NFL ticket is to buy Argos tickets.
2009: Construction finishes on Halifax's stadium and the Atlantic Storm become the 10th team in the CFL.
2012: Canada is awarded the 2018 FIFA World Cup and contruction begins on 9 world-class stadiums accross the country. The pride of the lot is a 70,000 seat stadium in the Greater Toronto Area that will play host to the 2018 World Cup FInal game. The 100th Grey Cup is held in Toronto and the Argonauts enjoy an average home attendance of 40,000 spectators per game, the highest since the 1980s.
2015: Construction on the new stadiums in complete, and the CFL's popularity soars to unprecedented hights. Toronto sells out every game the first year in the new stadium, and the league enjoys an average attendance of 42,783. Quebec City become the 11th team in the CFL, upon completion of their 300 million stadium and every game between Montreal and Quebec City sells out. Molson Stadium is a thing of the past and the Als are now proud to call the 55,000 seats Desjardins Park their home.
2016: People south of the border begin to take notice in the CFL's new-found popularity and ABC premieres its CFL Game of the Week that is shown every Saturday Afternoon.
2017: The CFL's salary cap is now $15 Million. They expand back to the US with 11 new teams. All of them play in stadiums that are either built for the CFL or retrofitted for CFL Sized fields. Becuase of US Labour Laws, the salary cap for the new CFL USA is $12 million, $3 million lower than the CFL's itself. ABC signs a new TV deal for the exclusive rights to CFL USA for $120 million. In Canada, the CFL is shown on TSN and CTV and they make $60 million a year from that. The CFL's new format has no interconference play between CFL and CFL USA teams by the request of ABC, who wouldn't want to lose viewers because of presence of Canadian teams. In it's first year, CFL USA has an average attendance of 37,462 fans and appears to be on the rise.
2019 The Hartford Whalers are the first CFL USA team to win the Grey Cup, which now alternates between being played in Canada and the US.
2025 The Blue Jays relocate to Las Vegas after 3 straight seasons of averaging an abysmal 15,000 fans/game in the now archaic SkyDome.
2030 The CFL is extremely huge in both Canada and the US. CFL bashers are a thing of the past. The still-living Paul Godfrey is insane, and spends his days pounding the walls of his room in the Asylum, uttering the same three letters "C-F-L" over and over again.