Stadium expansions were scheduled to start in November but McGill still hasn't given a go ahead to the project and I read that they will not do so until the Als pay for the 2.7 million dollars or the bill is resolved one way or another.
It has been five years and the money is still owed. McGill is refusing to pay and the Als are trying to get the University to pay for it and then have it charged back to the Alouettes as a leasehold improvement.
It is the end of September and nothing is resolved yet.
Dosen't look good...
:cowboy: [i]I have a few portraits of various players being exhibited around this country, and I could donate one. Maybe a bid on ebay or a silent auction?
Don’t think you’ll get $1M for any of my work this century, but the framing has got to be worth something!
You all know what academic bureaucrats from this province are like!We should be finished this battle by November, what say we all get together and have an old fashion barn raising event...only we'll make it seat raising. (Lasagna on me!)McGill will be long gone on Christmas break by then anyway!
If you want a article to back it up Ro you can ask without suggesting I'm a troll. With 10 500 or so posts you should know what a troll is. It certainly does not apply to me. Everything here is facts and I have left out stuff I've heard that is quite a bit more interesting because I don't have proof yet...
:cowboy: WaterDownArgos - I concur, Montreal has been spoiled…on so many levels. That said however, there doesn’t seem to be much gratitude, and this city lacks greatly in faith, loyalty, and commitment. Instant gratification is now our mindset, which as you can see, breeds ignorance. I agree with Ro1313 and further quote, Pr1111, (to remind myself as well!). HFxTCTroll – as in “fishing?. It’s great to see a cause raised with such enthusiasm! Have you included McGill or Al’s Admin on this advice? (or maybe you are coming from there?) If your reporting is without representation and succession planning, then it will not effect this sad situation, only spread pessimism to a team struggling for confidence. Your audience needs to know how to participate for the greater good. SiCard Have we stopped filling the home games this year?