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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers' game-day policy prohibiting outside food and drink is generally consistent with guidelines of teams across the Canadian Football League, with a few notable exceptions. The majority of teams in the CFL prohibit food and drinks brought into the stadium on game day, and most note on their website that bags are subject to inspection. None of the game-day policies on websites specifically mention water. Here's what's allowed and what's not at CFL stadiums across the country:

-- B.C. Lions: All outside food and beverages prohibited. Bags subject to inspection.

-- Calgary Stampeders: All outside food and beverages prohibited. Bags subject to random inspection.

-- Edmonton Eskimos: Non-alcoholic drinks in plastic bottles one litre or smaller; juice boxes and small peanut-free snacks allowed.

-- Saskatchewan Roughriders: Capped water bottles, food and snacks permitted. Random bag search is in effect.

-- Winnipeg Blue Bombers: All outside food and beverages prohibited. Bags subject to inspection.

-- Toronto Argonauts: Non-alcoholic drinks in plastic bottles 600 millilitres or smaller. Bags subject to inspection.

-- Hamilton Tiger-Cats: All outside food and beverages prohibited. Bags subject to inspection.

-- Montreal Alouettes: All outside food and beverages prohibited. Bags subject to inspection.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 24, 2012 A11

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