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Specialty CFL Bulbs By Tiia Palo
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People all around the world are making the switch from energy-guzzling incandescent fluorescent tubes light bulbs to energy-saving compact fluorescent lighting (CFL). These people are not only saving... More > on their energy bills, they’re also helping to conserve our resources and lower our CO2 greenhouse emissions. CFL bulbs only use about a quarter of the energy that incandescent bulbs do.< Less
2012 Canadian College Draft Guide By Kent Ridley
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The 2012 Canadian College Draft Guide profiles eligible players for the annual entry draft. Also included is a fantastic interview with Regina Ram QB Marc Mueller who detailed how difficult it is for... More > a CIS QB to crack a CFL roster.< Less
2014 Canadian College Draft Guide By Kent Ridley
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The fifth annual guide to the 2014 Canadian College Entry Draft that supplies non import talent to the Canadian Football League. Analyzing where non imports are played in the CFL and how teams have... More > used their draft picks in the past. Included is a CIS football stats package and some history for Canadian football fans. Prospect interviews and a feature with Alex Brink on how American QBs view the differences in the two versions of the game!< Less
Rider Pride on the American Side By Terry McEvoy
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The Saskatchewan Roughriders have thousands of fiercely dedicated fans. Among these is the McEvoy family, who live in Roseville, Minnesota. This American family happened upon Regina, Saskatchewan... More > almost accidentally in 1994 and have made family trips to a Rider games annually ever since. They are season ticket holders in Section 102 at Mosaic Stadium and Terry, the family dad and author of this book, makes several additional trips to Regina and Grey Cup each season. Rider Pride on the American Side tells this unlikely, humorous and compelling story. You'll follow the McEvoy family as they became fans and eventually even long-distance season ticket holders. You'll meet dozens of characters: players, fans, team offiicals and retired Rider greats. You'll get an interesting American perspective of Saskatchewan, the CFL, and the Riders from the well-told, interesting tales of a man whose writing makes a reader feel just like they are part of the story.< Less
2013 Canadian College Draft Guide By Kent Ridley
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The 4th annual fan's guide to the Canadian College Draft which is the entry draft to professional football in Canada. Inside you'll find a breakdown of available players in each position group,... More > interviews with players, coverage of every Canadian Football League team and historical stats and information. 62 pages in length with more numbers than other guide!< Less
Tell Me To My Face By Angelo Mosca, Steve Milton
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Lulu.com has released this Second Edition autobiography of Canadian sports legend Angelo Mosca, Tell Me To My Face. Co-written with Hamilton Spectator columnist Steve Milton, Tell Me To My Face is... More > an intimate and surprising story of Mosca’s journey from a hard-scrabble upbringing to playing in a record nine Grey Cups, becoming the most hated man in the CFL and wrestling as the infamous King Kong Mosca. Steve Milton is one of Canada’s most prolific sports writers. “Tell Me To My Face” is the 20th sports book that Milton has authored or co-authored. He has been around the CFL in several forms for more than half a century. "Covers his rocky childhood... In gritty, heart-wrenching detail... Mosca, always a good storyteller manages to translate his plain-spoken, often profane style onto the printed page. He tells more than a few good yarns..." - Hamilton Spectator "...the makings of a blockbuster movie... A face we know, a voice we remember, a personality for the ages." - Toronto Sun< Less
Canadian Football Buzz Book 2006 By John Chaput
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A statistical and critical review of the 2005 Canadian Football League season, with detailed analysis of all nine teams and about 200 individual players. Insight is provided by breaking down... More > traditional statistics into deeper and different categories: passing, rushing and receiving statistics by downs; achievement of first-down yardage; offensive and defensive performance within 25 yards of the goal line; defensive tackles by position; penalties by infractions and individuals, and many more. Told in a light-hearted fashion by a veteran sports reporter.< Less
Canadian Football Buzz Book 2006 By John Chaput
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A statistical and critical review of the 2005 Canadian Football League season, with detailed analysis of all nine teams and about 200 individual players. Insight is provided by breaking down... More > traditional statistics into deeper and different categories: passing, rushing and receiving statistics by downs; achievement of first-down yardage; offensive and defensive performance within 25 yards of the goal line; defensive tackles by position; penalties by infractions and individuals, and many more. Told in a light-hearted fashion by a veteran sports reporter.< Less
Home Again By Frank Cosentino
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Home Again is the tracking of the Canadian Football League from 1995 – 2014. The year 1995 represents the only time to this date when the Grey Cup was won by a team outside Canada. The... More > Baltimore Stallions folded after that season and were resurrected in Montreal as the Alouettes. It was never easy. Over a 20 year period, the league reeled, staggered and went through tumultuous and some glorious times: The Grey Cup and the Canadian Football League had come home again.< Less
Home Again By Frank Cosentino
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Home Again is the tracking of the Canadian Football League from 1995 – 2014. The year 1995 represents the only time to this date when the Grey Cup was won by a team outside Canada. The... More > Baltimore Stallions folded after that season and were resurrected in Montreal as the Alouettes. It was never easy. Over a 20 year period, the league reeled, staggered and went through tumultuous and some glorious times: The Grey Cup and the Canadian Football League had come home again.< Less