CFLPA ratifies CBA with CFL

TORONTO — On Thursday night, the CFL Players'Association ratified a collective bargaining arrangement with the Canadian Football League.

The CFLPA announced the news via email. The announcement of the vote was made by the CFLPA via email. It came just hours after the sides had reached a tentative agreement for seven years and two days after Randy Ambrosie, the CFL commissioner, announced the final offer to the league.

Ambrosie released a statement saying that they were pleased players had ratified the new collective bargaining agreement between CFLPA (Collective Buying Agreement) and CFLPA. Soon, the CFL Board of Governors will hold its ratification vote. We are looking forward to a successful season, including preseason games this weekend, and a long and productive relationship with our players.”

After the players accept the agreement, the league's Exhibition Season will open on Friday night.

Monday's vote by the players was against a tentative union deal that they were recommended to accept.

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