Canadian Football Canada Day Games

Canada's national holiday to commemorate confederation is held on July 1st yeach year. Originally known as Dominion Day, it has been known officially as Canada Day since October 27, 1982. Playing regular season games on Canada Day only became necessary when the schedule was increased to 18 games and the league consisted of 9 teams or more or the schedule was moved up (such as 1984).

Canada Day Game Results

DateCity/StadiumVisitorHomeAttendance
2019
Mon. July 1 Regina, SK
Mosaic Stadium
Toronto Argonauts – 7 Saskatchewan Roughriders – 32 30,121
2017
Sat. July 1 Regina, SK
Mosaic Stadium
Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 43 Saskatchewan Roughriders – 40 33,350
2016
Fri. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 22 Calgary Stampeders – 36 26,815
Fri. July 1 Hamilton, ON
Tim Hortons Field
BC Lions – 28 Hamilton Tiger-Cats – 3 24,123
2012
Sun. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Montreal Alouettes – 10 Calgary Stampeders – 38 26,387
2011
Fri. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Toronto Argonauts – 23 Calgary Stampeders – 21 27,428
Fri. July 1 Hamilton, ON
Ivor Wynne Stadium
Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 24 Hamilton Tiger-Cats – 16 23,852
2010
Thu. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Toronto Argonauts – 16 Calgary Stampeders – 30 29,333
Thu. July 1 Regina, SK
Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field
Montreal Alouettes – 51 Saskatchewan Roughriders – 54 30,048
2009
Wed. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Montreal Alouettes – 40 Calgary Stampeders – 27 35,650
Wed. July 1 Hamilton, ON
Ivor Wynne Stadium
Toronto Argonauts – 30 Hamilton Tiger-Cats – 17 23,211
2006
Sat. July 1 Winnipeg, MB
Canad Inns Stadium
Edmonton Eskimos – 10 Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 46 23,521
2005
Fri. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Toronto Argonauts – 22 Calgary Stampeders – 16 34,102
Fri. July 1 Ottawa, ON
Frank Clair Stadium at Lansdowne Park
Montreal Alouettes – 36 Ottawa Renegades – 39 18,899
2003
Tue. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Ottawa Renegades – 12 Calgary Stampeders – 32 32,028
Tue. July 1 Winnipeg, MB
Canad Inns Stadium
Edmonton Eskimos – 12 Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 14 28,495
1998
Wed. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
Hamilton Tiger-Cats – 20 Calgary Stampeders – 21 29,145
Wed. July 1 Winnipeg, MB
Winnipeg Stadium
Montreal Alouettes – 27 Winnipeg Blue Bombers – 24 22,013
1995
Sat. July 1 Shreveport, LA
Independence Stadium
San Antonio Texans – 47 Shreveport Pirates – 24 15,133
Sat. July 1 Edmonton, AB
Commonwealth Stadium
Toronto Argonauts – 23 Edmonton Eskimos – 45 27,465
1987
Wed. July 1 Calgary, AB
McMahon Stadium
BC Lions – 40 Calgary Stampeders – 15 22,239
1984
Sun. July 1 Regina, SK
Taylor Field
Toronto Argonauts – 25 Saskatchewan Roughriders – 10 23,381

Total games: 22