The CFL and CFLPA will resume CBA negotiations in Toronto where the initial discussions began.
— Dan Ralph (@danralphcp) April 22, 2019
The CFLPA’s bargaining committee instructed players via a memo not to arrange travel to the league’s member clubs for training camp. The union informed players that the association does not intend to work past May 18th unless a new CBA can first be agreed upon.
The players’ union is holding a strike vote on Wednesday to be ensure the membership is in agreement about the potential of not reporting to training camp.