Grey Cup’s great northern trip

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Intrepid reporter Jeff Hamilton recently completed an eight-day journey through northern Manitoba with the CFL's most cherished chalice.

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Intrepid reporter Jeff Hamilton recently completed an eight-day journey through northern Manitoba with the CFL’s most cherished chalice.

The Grey Cup made its way up to Churchill and back, a route that covered more than 1,700 kilometres and 11 different towns and communities — 24 events in total, including stops in The Pas, Flin Flon, Snow Lake and Thompson.

Here are some of the highlights of his trip:

 

Jeff Hamilton

Jeff Hamilton
Multimedia producer

After a slew of injuries playing hockey that included breaks to the wrist, arm, and collar bone; a tear of the medial collateral ligament in both knees; as well as a collapsed lung, Jeff figured it was a good idea to take his interest in sports off the ice and in to the classroom.

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