Canadians on the team = good storylines, PR, and a posterboy to pedal to young Jays or Raps fans which in turn grows the sport more. Your argument is way off base concerning anything to do with the ratio rule in the CFL, because those teams are not required to sign Canadians, but yet they still do? Why? Because 1) They're talented and 2) You better believe talented Canadians are a selling point for any team in Canada.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cory_Joseph https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell_Martin
Obviously they don't have a full team of them, but to say they don't care is ridiculous, if they can find a talented guy who is from Canada, you better believe they care if he's on their team. The difference is being a Canadian is a bonus, not a requirement.
Once again I don't know what your argument was pertaining to the CFL, it's apples and oranges. I like the ratio rule for the CFL and I really don't expect it to ever disappear. Revised? Probably, but we will always see a certain number of Canadian starters on every team, it is a selling point for the league and offers a unique brand of football. I also agree that Canadian QBs never get a fair shake and I will never understand why when we watch a ton of Americans crash and burn all the time without watching even one Canadian crash and burn because they never get a chance. Canadian football has never been stronger, lets not do anything to kill it now when we have a good thing going with the CIS and a ton of guys heading down to the NCAA to play ball.