A Day’s Labour

Toronto Argonauts offensive lineman William Campbell, below, was surely texting everyone he knew about the upcoming annual classic Labour Day Game against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats this coming Monday at Tim Hortons Field.


The 6’5″ 310lbs 26-year-old from Detroit joined his Argos teammates Thursday for practice at the team’s Downsview Park field.


With Toronto leading the East at four wins and six losses – and the winless Hamilton Tiger-Cats licking their wounds from the Art Briles fiasco – this version of the annual QEW Rivalry could take on a more serious tone than it usually does.

But head coach Marc Trestman – true to form – opted out of the rhetoric about respecting an opponent when their down, and instead focused on what the Toronto Argos have to do to win a football game.


A healthy Ricky Ray, below, seems to be the key to Toronto’s offensive success, and having receivers SJ Green and Devier Posey on the field together, the opportunities will be available to Ray, if he can stay on the playing field.






Masked Truth

A member of the animal rights group Anonymous For The Voiceless demonstrates at Yonge and Dundas streets in downtown Toronto this past Friday.