The CFL game this coming September between the Toronto Argo's and the Edmonton Eskimos will be just the start hopefully of a couple of new teams added to the CFL at least by 2012 with Moncton and Ottawa. The following is from Wikpedia. Moncton is by far the best choice in the Atlantic area besides Halifax, it would be great to eventually see a team in Halifax but the local politicians in New Brunswick are definitely making a good effort at getting a CFL team by the building of this new stadium, it's only the start in what could be a coast to coast CFL league one day.
The New Moncton Stadium (tentative name) is an athletics stadium currently being built on the campus of the Université de Moncton in Moncton, New Brunswick for the upcoming 2010 World Junior Championships in Athletics. The $17 million dollar venue will open in 2010. Although seating capacity has fluctuated with each media report (original plans called for as many as 28,000 seats), the stadium has been reported as planned to have as many as 10,000 permanent seats, with planned capability to add up to 10,000 additional spectators via temporary seating.
The facility has also been proposed as a potential venue for a future Canadian Football League (CFL) expansion team, but a significant expansion to 25,000 seats would be recommended (though not necessarily required, since the Montreal Alouettes currently play in a stadium that houses only 20,000). CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon has said he would like to see "neutral-site" regular season games played in the New Moncton Stadium by 2010. On Feb. 1, 2010, it was announced that the Toronto Argonauts would play host to the Edmonton Eskimos in an event dubbed "Touchdown Atlantic" to take place on Sept. 26, 2010