Halifax gets a taste of the CFL at Touchdown Atlantic

HALIFAX — The party was just getting started when John Ryerson took the mic. The director of events for the Atlantic Schooners stood at Grand Parade square in downtown Halifax, with Halifax’s city hall behind him, as Friday afternoon shifted into the evening.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.cfl.ca/2022/07/16/halifax-gets-a-taste-of-the-cfl-at-touchdown-atlantic/

With all the money the federal government has given away around the world we could have easily funded a stadium in Halifax. Well worth the investment! Let's get'er done! It's time for the Schooners to play ball!

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Shameful performance by both teams. Over 110 yards in penalties for both teams. One would think that after Marino the Riders would behave better. Leading that disgraceful display was Duke Williams who started out before the game throwing a helmet at Richardson. Karma rewarded the Riders with a close loss.

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