Jake Gaudaur Veteran Award

At Moss Park Armoury, during 100th Grey Cup festivities in Toronto, with the 2012 winner of the Jake Gaudaur Veterans’ trophy award, Graeme Bell from Sask Roughriders, along with Derek Sullivan Veteran Affairs Director General Canada Remembers Division, and the former CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon, sharing a few words with Reginald Argue.

The Jake Gaudaur Veterans’ award is given to one CFL player each year, who best demonstrates the attributes of Canada’s Veterans. It’s namesake, the late Jake Gaudaur, was a WWII fighter pilot instructor and involved with the CFL for 45 years as a player and other levels. The late Jake Gaudaur was also the longest serving Commissioner of the CFL from 1968 to 1984.

Also thank you to Terry Kelly, who wrote and performed “A Pittance of Time” which is heard in between the interviews, for granting us permission to use parts of your song in this video.

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