Schedule for those that need to see it now.

Sorry for the formatting I copied and pasted.

Mon Jun 09 Toronto 0 Winnipeg 0 8:30 pm
Pre-Season B
Fri Jun 13 BC 0 Edmonton 0 9:00 pm
Sat Jun 14 Montreal 0 Hamilton 0 3:00 pm
Sat Jun 14 Saskatchewan 0 Ottawa 0 6:00 pm
Sat Jun 14 Winnipeg 0 Calgary 0 9:00 pm
Pre-Season C
Thu Jun 19 Hamilton 0 Toronto 0 7:00 pm
Fri Jun 20 Ottawa 0 Montreal 0 7:00 pm
Fri Jun 20 Edmonton 0 Saskatchewan 0 9:00 pm
Fri Jun 20 Calgary 0 BC 0 10:00 pm
Week 1
Thu Jun 26 Toronto 0 Winnipeg 0 8:30 pm
Sat Jun 28 Montreal 0 Calgary 0 3:00 pm
Sat Jun 28 Edmonton 0 BC 0 6:00 pm
Sun Jun 29 Hamilton 0 Saskatchewan 0 7:00 pm
Week 2
Thu Jul 03 Ottawa 0 Winnipeg 0 8:30 pm
Fri Jul 04 BC 0 Montreal 0 7:00 pm
Fri Jul 04 Hamilton 0 Edmonton 0 10:00 pm
Sat Jul 05 Saskatchewan 0 Toronto 0 3:00 pm
Week 3
Fri Jul 11 Winnipeg 0 Montreal 0 7:00 pm
Fri Jul 11 Ottawa 0 Edmonton 0 10:00 pm
Sat Jul 12 Calgary 0 Toronto 0 6:30 pm
Sat Jul 12 BC 0 Saskatchewan 0 9:30 pm
Week 4
Thu Jul 17 Edmonton 0 Winnipeg 0 8:30 pm
Fri Jul 18 Toronto 0 Ottawa 0 7:00 pm
Fri Jul 18 Hamilton 0 Calgary 0 10:00 pm
Sat Jul 19 Montreal 0 BC 0 7:00 pm
Week 5
Thu Jul 24 Calgary 0 Edmonton 0 9:00 pm
Fri Jul 25 Winnipeg 0 BC 0 10:00 pm
Sat Jul 26 Ottawa 0 Hamilton 0 7:00 pm
Sat Jul 26 Toronto 0 Saskatchewan 0 10:00 pm
Week 6
Thu Jul 31 Winnipeg 0 Hamilton 0 7:00 pm
Fri Aug 01 Toronto 0 Montreal 0 7:00 pm
Fri Aug 01 BC 0 Calgary 0 10:00 pm
Sat Aug 02 Saskatchewan 0 Ottawa 0 7:00 pm
Week 7
Thu Aug 07 Saskatchewan 0 Winnipeg 0 8:30 pm
Fri Aug 08 Edmonton 0 Montreal 0 7:00 pm
Fri Aug 08 Hamilton 0 BC 0 10:00 pm
Sat Aug 09 Ottawa 0 Calgary 0 7:30 pm
Week 8
Tue Aug 12 Winnipeg 0 Toronto 0 7:30 pm
Fri Aug 15 Edmonton 0 Ottawa 0 7:30 pm
Sat Aug 16 Calgary 0 Hamilton 0 3:00 pm
Sat Aug 16 Montreal 0 Saskatchewan 0 7:00 pm
Sun Aug 17 BC 0 Toronto 0 7:30 pm
Week 9
Fri Aug 22 Montreal 0 Winnipeg 0 8:30 pm
Sat Aug 23 Toronto 0 Edmonton 0 4:00 pm
Sun Aug 24 Calgary 0 Ottawa 0 3:00 pm
Sun Aug 24 Saskatchewan 0 BC 0 7:00 pm
Week 10
Fri Aug 29 Ottawa 0 Montreal 0 7:30 pm
Sun Aug 31 Winnipeg 0 Saskatchewan 0 4:00 pm
Mon Sep 01 Toronto 0 Hamilton 0 1:00 pm
Mon Sep 01 Edmonton 0 Calgary 0 4:30 pm
Week 11
Fri Sep 05 BC 0 Ottawa 0 7:30 pm
Sat Sep 06 Calgary 0 Edmonton 0 7:00 pm
Sun Sep 07 Hamilton 0 Montreal 0 1:00 pm
Sun Sep 07 Saskatchewan 0 Winnipeg 0 4:00 pm
Week 12
Fri Sep 12 Montreal 0 Edmonton 0 9:00 pm
Sat Sep 13 Toronto 0 Calgary 0 7:00 pm
Sat Sep 13 Winnipeg 0 BC 0 10:00 pm
Sun Sep 14 Saskatchewan 0 Hamilton 0 1:00 pm
Week 13
Fri Sep 19 Toronto 0 BC 0 10:00 pm
Sat Sep 20 Edmonton 0 Hamilton 0 7:00 pm
Sun Sep 21 Calgary 0 Montreal 0 1:00 pm
Sun Sep 21 Ottawa 0 Saskatchewan 0 4:00 pm
Week 14
Fri Sep 26 Montreal 0 Ottawa 0 7:00 pm
Fri Sep 26 Saskatchewan 0 Edmonton 0 10:00 pm
Sat Sep 27 Hamilton 0 Winnipeg 0 6:30 pm
Sat Sep 27 BC 0 Calgary 0 9:30 pm
Week 15
Fri Oct 03 Winnipeg 0 Ottawa 0 7:00 pm
Fri Oct 03 Calgary 0 Saskatchewan 0 10:00 pm
Sat Oct 04 Edmonton 0 Toronto 0 4:00 pm
Sat Oct 04 BC 0 Hamilton 0 7:00 pm
Week 16
Fri Oct 10 Hamilton 0 Toronto 0 7:00 pm
Sat Oct 11 Ottawa 0 BC 0 10:00 pm
Mon Oct 13 Saskatchewan 0 Montreal 0 1:00 pm
Mon Oct 13 Winnipeg 0 Edmonton 0 4:30 pm
Week 17
Fri Oct 17 Ottawa 0 Hamilton 0 7:00 pm
Sat Oct 18 Montreal 0 Toronto 0 4:00 pm
Sat Oct 18 Calgary 0 Winnipeg 0 7:00 pm
Sun Oct 19 Edmonton 0 Saskatchewan 0 4:00 pm
Week 18
Fri Oct 24 Montreal 0 Ottawa 0 6:30 pm
Fri Oct 24 Saskatchewan 0 Calgary 0 9:30 pm
Sat Oct 25 Hamilton 0 Toronto 0 4:00 pm
Sat Oct 25 BC 0 Winnipeg 0 7:00 pm
Week 19
Fri Oct 31 Hamilton 0 Ottawa 0 7:30 pm
Sat Nov 01 Winnipeg 0 Calgary 0 4:00 pm
Sat Nov 01 BC 0 Edmonton 0 7:00 pm
Sun Nov 02 Toronto 0 Montreal 0 12:00 pm
Week 20
Fri Nov 07 Ottawa 0 Toronto 0 7:00 pm
Fri Nov 07 Calgary 0 BC 0 10:00 pm
Sat Nov 08 Montreal 0 Hamilton 0 4:00 pm
Sat Nov 08 Edmonton 0 Saskatchewan 0 7:00 pm
CFL Playoffs Semi-Finals
Sun Nov 16 TBD 0 TBD 0 1:00 pm
CFL Playoffs Finals
Sun Nov 23 TBD 0 TBD 0 1:00 pm
Grey Cup Championship
Sun Nov 30 TBD 0 TBD 0 6:00 pm

Here are the Argo home dates, No Septembers :frowning: but otherwise much better schedule.

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Was hoping for more home games on Friday night as a Bomber fan. I hate the Thursday night games.

Wow, over 6 weeks between home games in September, that's plain unacceptable anyway you look at it.

Looks like Winnipeg will get an extra week of golf in this year with a last week bye

Good job by the CFL on the 2014 schedule, especially with two new stadiums which won't quite be ready on time! :thup:

I agree - very strange just like I find it strange that my Ti-Cats - who out of necessity have 3 in a row on the road to start the season end up with 2 out of their last 3 games on the road too. So they are home for 8 out of 12 weeks late July through late October.

And for the Argos with all those home October weekend games - what happens if the Jays make the post season and finish in a position that the post-season MLB schedule has them home on weekends - with how long it takes to convert the field from football to baseball you might see some of those October Argos games bumped to weeknights. (As a Jays fan I hope so - lol.)

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A look at the top 10 games on the 2014 CFL schedule that was released Wednesday:

Week 1

Toronto at Winnipeg, June 26

Not only is this the first game on the slate, but it will feature former Bombers head coach Tim Burke going back to Investors Group Field as Toronto’s defensive co-ordinator. Over/under on the number of times TSN shows Burke in the booth: 36 1/2.

Hamilton at Saskatchewan, June 29

It’s a Grey Cup rematch to cap opening week, although Hamilton’s two trips to the Queen City last season were ones to forget. They got pummelled 37-0 in July and then got battered 45-23 in the Grey Cup in November. No Henry Burris for the Ticats, though, gives this game a different dimension.

Week 2

Ottawa at Winnipeg, July 3

It’s the first regular-season tilt for the team known as the RedBlacks, and there are already a couple of solid story lines set for this one. Henry Burris, who rejected the Bombers to sign with the RedBlacks, will hear it from the Bomber faithful, while cornerback Jovon Johnson will want to show the Winnipeg brass it was a mistake letting him go.

Week 4

Toronto at Ottawa, July 18

The RedBlacks will play their first game at TD Place (as long as it’s finished being built), marking the first pro football game in Ottawa since 2005.

Week 5

Ottawa at Hamilton, July 26

There will be plenty of hype for this one. Not only will it be the first contest played at Tim Hortons Field (as long as it’s finished being built), but Henry Burris returns to the Hammer for the first time to face his former team. It will also be the first time Kent Austin actually coaches a game in Hamilton.

Week 10

Ottawa at Montreal, Aug. 29; Winnipeg at Saskatchewan, Aug. 31; Toronto at Hamilton, Sept. 1; Edmonton at Calgary, Sept. 1

All is right in the CFL again, as the league will conduct its three traditional Labour Day Classics and start a fourth with Ottawa at Montreal. Engrave these four games in stone on the schedule until a 10th team enters the fray.

Week 13

Winnipeg at B.C., Sept. 13

Linebacker Korey Banks, who didn’t get his way on a contract extension from Wally Buono and the Lions, goes back to B.C. Place as a member of the Bombers. We’re guessing he might do a little bit of talking that night.

Week 15

Edmonton at Toronto, Oct. 4

The Argos will play their first home game in six weeks, and it will pit Chris Jones against Scott Milanovich in a battle of two coaches who helped guide the Boatmen to the 2012 Grey Cup title.

Week 18

Saskatchewan at Calgary, Oct. 24

This will be Saskatchewan’s first visit to McMahon Stadium since it obliterated Calgary in the West Final last November. It could also very well determine who gets first place in the West Division.

Hamilton at Toronto, Oct. 25

The third-last game of the season for both teams could have major implications for these two East Division contenders. Zach Collaros vs. Ricky Ray. Sounds good to us.