2002 in Sports - Canadian Football

Canadian Football

  • November 24 – the Montreal Alouettes win the 90th Grey Cup game, defeating the Edmonton Eskimos 25-16 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton.
  • November 23 – Saint Mary's Huskies win the Vanier Cup game, defeating the Saskatchewan Huskies 39-23.

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