Good suggestion, Fumbleroski.
An excellent Canadian receiver with size is one of the Ticats' major needs. Mike Morreale and Iain Fleming will undoubtedly have some competition at the Ticat training camp in 2007.
As you noted, Chris Bauman had a breakout year in the CIS in 2006. One would guess that he will be invited to the 2007 CFL Evaluation Camp and the scouts will have a good look at him.
In NCAA football, Canadian wide receiver Jabari Arthur (6'4", 220 lbs) has had a fine junior year with Akron. He has 45 catches for 730 yards with 4 touchdowns and a 16.22 yards per catch average.
One advantage for Bauman is that he would be available to play CFL football in 2007. Arthur needs to finish his NCAA senior year in 2007 and, if he continues to play well, he might end up at an NFL training camp as a draftee or free agent in 2008. Therefore, a CFL team drafting Arthur might not see him until September, 2008, if at all.