The Canadian Football League is asking the federal government for up to $150 million in financial assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CFL hasn’t given up on staging a 2020 season but it has postponed the start of training camps — which were to open next month.
It has also and pushed back the beginning of the regular season — which was scheduled to begin June 11 — to early July, at the earliest.
Many provincial governments already have said there will not be sports events with large crowds this summer.
The Grey Cup is scheduled for Nov. 22 in Regina.