In his first full season with the Blue Bombers, Palardy played in all 18 games and connected on 40 of 52 field goals for a 76.9% accuracy rating. On four separate occasions, he kicked at least four field goals in one game and hit on all five of his attempts on Oct 28/11 against the Toronto Argonauts. Palardy also averaged 57.1 yards on 70 kickoffs.
Justin played in five regular season games for the Ti-Cats, before being released, and signed to the Blue Bombers. He became their first field-goal kicker after an injury to Louie Sakoda, he connected on 26 of 30 field goals.
He was drafted by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the fifth round (36th overall) of the 2010 CFL Canadian Draft. He appeared in five games with Hamilton this season punting the ball 27 times for an average of 42.1 yards.
He played four seasons at Saint Mary's where he connected on 65 of 84 field goal attempts. Palardy kicked the third most field goals (65) and scored the fifth most points (320) in CIS history. He earned a spot on the AUS All-Star team three times as a placekicker and twice as a punter.