CFL, CFLPA to resume talks in Toronto April 29

The CFL and CFLPA will resume CBA negotiations in Toronto where the initial discussions began.

The CFL made a unilateral decision to delay negotiations until April 29. B.C. Lions linebacker Solomon Elimimian said the union was prepared for any situation during the bargaining process.

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.

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