Imagine a feast, still surrounded by the scent of your favourite 2007 CFL player’s sweat of glory, where you nibble on gourmet food prepared by celebrity Chefs Mark McEwan & Rob Gentile, and sip off a glass of bubbly on a 143,000 square feet field.
On Nov 21, the Scotiabank 100th Grey Cup Gala brought us an unforgettable experience of fine food dining and entertainment right on the field of Rogers Centre, where the big game between the Toronto Argos and Calgary Stampeders will be playing tonight.

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More about the Grey Cup
The Grey Cup started in 1909 when Earl Grey, then the Governor-General of Canada, donated a trophy (now known as the Grey Cup) for the Rugby Football Championship of Canada. Originally, the Grey Cup was only opened to Canada Rugby Union teams. Over time, the Grey Cup became property of the CFL (Canadian Football League) and only  CFL teams challenged for the Grey Cup ever since 1954.

More about the 100th Grey Cup Festival
The Grey Cup Festival returns back to Toronto for its 100th year, inviting the whole Nation from coast-to-coast to Toronto for a ten-day celebration featuring tons of football-related events, entertainment and activities. For more information please visit: