Charbonneau-Campeau played 15 games and had 13 catches for 233 yards and a touchdown. He also added seven special-teams tackles and caught an onside kick. He scored his first CFL touchdown in the Labour Day Rematch on Sept. 6 against Edmonton. He was on the one-game injury list for Games 15 - 17. Charbonneau-Campeau also played in the Western Final and recorded two catches for 74 yards including an impressive 61-yarder.
Charbonneau-Campeau dressed for 14 regular-season games and made two starts, recording five catches for 63 yards. All of his stats were recorded during a July 7 game against Edmonton.
Played in 13 regular season games in his fourth season with the Tiger-Cats…spent four games on the injury list and was listed on the 4-man reserve roster for one game…recorded four catches for 52 yards…made CFL debut vs. Saskatchewan on June 29.
Played four seasons (2008-11) at Sherbrooke…owns school records for career receptions (138) and career receiving yards (2,477)…won the Jeff Russel Trophy as the RSEQ MVP in 2010 and 2011…named a RSEQ All-Star three times and a CIS All-Canadian twice…his 1,121 receiving yards in 2010 are second-highest single-season total in CIS history, trailing only Andy Fantuz’s record of 1,300 in 2002.