As part of the Canadian Football League’s third annual Mentorship Program in partnership with the CFLPA Academy, seven players joined the league office for a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding of the business behind professional football.

In 2016, the CFL Players Association (CFLPA) was tasked with a mandate to create a resource aimed at helping players in the Canadian Football League with life beyond the game of football.

Today, we are proud to offer a variety of support through three pillars; #Education, #Employment, and #Wellness, for ALL CFLPA Academy members, and their families.

United Steelworkers union, CFLPA and White Ribbon begin training first cohort of new Elevating Action program to end Gender-Based Violence

CFLPA Academy members, Bailey Feltmate, Michael O’Connor, and Tyler Turner will each receive a full scholarship to complete their firefighting training through Training Division .

MISSION STATEMENT‘To provide CFLPA members and their families with support to succeed in life today, and as they transition away from the Canadian Football field.’ IMPORTANT LINKS REGISTER FOR MEMBERS-ONLY…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDATE  CFLPA Academy Announces Eight Recipients of 2024 Training Division Firefighting Scholarship  Mississauga, ON – As the Canadian Football League Players’ Association (CFLPA) Academy continues to strive to…

Mississauga, ON – During it’s 2024 Annual General Meeting (AGM), which opened today, the Canadian Football League Players’ Association (CFLPA) held elections and is proud to announce its new Board of Directors….

Yesterday, the Canadian Football League Players’ Association (CFLPA) was proud to participate in the inaugural Multi-Sport Players Association Virtual Career Summit. Along with the ten other professional sports unions that…

Applications for the program will be accepted December 1st – 8th with the selection process occurring throughout December.

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