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  1. for the west you can add : Saskatchewan and Fraser Valley for the east you can add : Grand River(KW) and Quebec City East West 6 teams each. Something like the CEBL wants to do.
  2. Then what about Lyon de Quebec, colors blue and buff yellow, lion in the crest??
  3. Also Rollins has mentioned that Werder Bremen is interested in getting involved in wanting to set up a CPL team. I could see London or Kitchener team.
  4. Where would this Fraser Valley team play in Surrey or Langley. (Suggested name just a thought Valley FC) What is this group working on a D2?? Who (which areas) in BC would be in this D2?
  5. I agree with you for the most part until 2025. Not so sure about forming a D2 Canadian Championship because I do NOT think there will be many other teams that can withstand coast to coast travel after the 16 teams you initially posted. What other teams can really make up this D2??
  6. If any Canadian Division 2 is set up it will likely be this : https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/arnie-we-need-a-second-division-529723 a reserves division mostly U23 having the same type of discussion in Australia re: D2 soccer Interesting read.
  7. Since it's NOT Red Bull, maybe the City Football Group, you could name the Ottawa team Capital City FC??
  8. I have thinking along those lines lately and if you were willing to use a rugby analogy, the CPL would become a rugby super league ( with teams representing various regions) or even the CFL and the above mentioned corridors and triangles would be the equivalant of rugby unions. As for more that one teams per population centre, that will work in provincial leagues, not really in the CPL. Just a thought. maybe you will also want to consider this for a divison 2 idea: https://www.cjhlhockey.com/en/
  9. Then would it not be better to improve L10 to bring it up to a D2 status? (or at the very least a good feeder system for the CPL) Can the above cities you mention be able to withstand coast to coast travel required by the CPL? ie travel costs. (IF they were to be promoted to the CPL)
  10. Then just think the following: https://www.cjfl.org/ or http://nfcfootball.ca/ Even Down Under: https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/arnie-we-need-a-second-division-529723 Just a thought.
  11. What about integrating the D3 with USports so as to have an integrated structure between the two ie the D3 leagues play from May to August and the USports teams play from Sept-Oct. It has already started with some teams eg. Windsor Ontario https://golancers.ca/news/2019/2/20/mens-soccer-lancers-windsor-tfc-form-partnership.aspx Just a thought.
  12. The other point Clanachan mentions is that there are 18 interested communities and regions for the CPL In the past the CPL commissioner has named the following areas interested in teams : St. John's, Nfld ; Moncton, NB ; Quebec City and Montreal/Laval, QC ; Ottawa ; Durham Region, Mississauga, Grand River(Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge), Niagara Region, Regina, Saskatoon, Lower Mainland BC including Kelowna. But after this what other regions could work for CPL teams???
  13. I have been leaning in that direction for a while and this seems to be the most commonsense solution. Using the CFL model for the CPL and using the CHL(junior hockey) model for 4 semipro leagues.
  14. I think that is why Alex Bunbury wants to place his team in Laval to avoid direct competition with the Impact. If there was a "CPL East" I could see teams in Ottawa, Montreal/Laval, Quebec City, New Brunswick(Moncton or Saint-John), HFX wanderers, and Newfoundland. Could there be any other communities that could support CPL teams in the East???
  15. OK but where in Montreal can they be placed and will they draw well. Montreal does not have a good record for supporting 2nd teams (look at junior hockey).
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