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During the early 1980s, the Montreal Concordes instead played the Hamilton Tiger-Cats as their Labour Day rival instead of the . Due to scheduling conflicts, the Tiger-Cats temporarily revived its rivalry with the current incarnation of the Alouettes in the Labour Day game for the ; the change in opponents led Hamilton to dub the game the in reference to Montreal's francophone community. While in 2011, this automatically resulted in Toronto and BC facing each other, in the 1980s, the three teams (Toronto, Ottawa and BC) rotated each year. Ottawa and BC faced each other during the late 1980s and the first half of the 1990s (the league had no team in Montreal at the time).
Stray or unowned, free-roaming animals, and in particular, cats, continue to be a societal challenge in North America. In addition to significant health and welfare problems of the animals themselves, there are public health and safety concerns with free-roaming animals, and key environmental concerns, including wild and domestic animal predation by feral dogs and cats, and potential attraction of predators, such as coyotes, into suburban and urban areas by the ready supply of feral cats as food (). There are no accurate total numbers for feral, stray, or abandoned dogs and cats in Canada, only a proportion of which enter animal shelters or pounds each year, but informal estimates for unowned, stray cats in the city of Toronto alone have been suggested to be somewhere between 100 000 to 220 000 animals ().
Northwestern’s all-time leader in games played Drew Crawford told The Daily that he will play for the Toronto Raptors in the 2016 Las Vegas NBA Summer League from July 8-18. The guard is also registered to compete a team of former Wildcats in The Basketball Tournament held in Chicago, but the summer league will interfere with the first round of the tournament.Another week has passed and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats still have the worst record in the Eastern League. As of May 12, 2017, here’s the state of things on the path 400 miles to Toronto and beyond.Cats ran for two years at the Elgin Theater in Toronto, and then went to Montréal for a 19-week run, followed by a tour of Western Canada and a second Toronto run at Massey Hall starting on Sept. 2, 1989, where it ran for several months. It had total office receipts of $78 million from almost 2 million tickets, making it the most successful Canadian stage production ever. On Saturday, March 23, don’t forget about the Toronto Street Cats‘ celebration in honour of competition of their thousandth feral cat shelter. Things will kick off at 1 p.m. .As they did after the first Toronto goal, the Cats quickly answered back. This time, Jussi Jokinen lit the lamp with 27 seconds left in the period, finishing off a gorgeous pass from Vanek with the Cats on a power play. Vincent Trocheck rushed the puck up ice before dishing to Vanek to earn the second assist.Since 1873, the of the Tiger-Cats have been the . The first meeting between the two teams took place on October 18, 1873 at the where the Argonauts defeated the Hamilton Football Club by a Goal and a Try to Nil. Hamilton and Toronto are merely 51 km apart along the (QEW) highway and, for relatively brief periods of time, were the only teams in Ontario as a result of the demise of the in 1996 and the demise of the in 2006, although Ottawa fielded a new team called the in 2014. In the match-ups since 1948, Hamilton has been victorious 31 times to Toronto's 15. Since , the two teams have played the each year at Hamilton's Ivor Wynne Stadium, with the and the being recent exceptions. In 2014 and 2015, the continued the tradition, with the game being held at Hamilton's new stadium, Tim Hortons Field. As has been the case for several years, the two teams then have a the following week at Toronto's stadium, currently the , but that will change next year (2016) when the Argonauts move to a different facility. There have been 17 playoff match-ups between the two teams, with Toronto being victorious 10 times to Hamilton's 7. On November 17, 2013, the Tiger-Cats defeated the Argonauts 36-24 in the East Division Final game, which gave Hamilton a Grey Cup berth. On November 15, 2015, the Tiger-Cats defeated the Argonauts 25-22, to advance to the East Division Final against the Ottawa RedBlacks. Other rivals consist of the and the .