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CFL PLAYERS/OWNERS AGREE ON ONE YEAR CBA
Published June 30, 1995
The CFL and its Players Association announced yesterday that they have agreed on a one-year CBA. Details of the agreement were not released and are pending ratification of the union and CFL board. CFL Commissioner Larry Smith: "There haven't been many labor negotiations in sports recently that have been harmonious. We scored a touchdown." The league will apparently keep its requirement of 20 Canadian players on each Canadian team, with the U.S. teams continuing to have no quota (GLOBE & MAIL, 6/30).