100th Grey Cup Festival Toronto

 

At the 100th Grey Cup festival in Toronto Ontario, talking to Bill Symons and Dave Raimey, both retired CFL greats that have been inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame (Bill Symon as a player in 1997 & Dave Raimey as a player in 2000). Bill and Dave also played on the 1971 Toronto Argonauts, along with Joe Theismann and many other high profiled players. (Watch Video Interview)

 

100th Grey Cup festivities in Toronto Ontario, able to sit down with two CFL alumni legends from the 1971 Grey Cup Champions, who played for the Calgary Stampeders, Reggie Holmes (number 27) and the late Herm Harrison (number 76). Also able to talk to Guy Gillingham, who is a sponsor of the BC Lions. (Watch Video Interview)

100th Grey Cup festival partnered with RONA in Toronto Ontario, at the recreation of 1950 Grey Cup aka Mud Bowl event, which was held at SATEC @ W A Porter C.I. on November 19th, 2012. (Watch Video Interview)

 

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. (Watch Video Interview)

Toronto Argonauts CFL

Jason Colero Director of Education and Community Programs from the Toronto Argonauts from the CFL (Canadian Football League), chatting with Reginald Argue. (Watch Video Interview)

 

104th Grey Cup Festival Toronto Canadian Football League CFL

J.T. Hay Retired CFL Player, who played for the Ottawa Rough Riders & Calgary Stampeders teams, during his Canadian Football League career, as a Placekicker, chatting with Reginald Show, during the 104th Grey Cup Festival in Toronto. (Watch Video Interview)

Robby & Sandy Campbell, founders, and the member of the Celtic Rock band “Mudmen”, which combines Scottish bagpipes with rock & roll, at the 2016 Grey Cup Festival, chatting with Reginald Show. (Watch Video Interview)

Lance Chomyc, retired CFL Player, who was a placekicker for the Toronto Argonauts, chatting with Reginald Show, at the 104th Grey Cup Festival in Toronto. (Watch Video Interview)

James Yurichuk, number 47 Linebacker playing for the CFL Toronto Argonauts & winner of the 2014 Jake Gaudaur Veterans’ Trophy, at the Huddle UP Bullying Prevention Rally, being interviewed by Reginald Show. The Huddle Up Bullying Prevention Rally was held at Nathan Philips Square on Nov 23rd, 2016, and was part of the 104th Grey Cup Festival held in Toronto. (Watch Video Interview)

Mike Sullivan President of Alberta One-Call Corporation and Executive Director of the Canadian Common Ground Alliance at the 104th Grey Cup Festival chatting with Reginald Show. (Watch Video Interview)

Glenn Baker & Matt Beatty members of “High Steppin’ Daddy” band at the 104th Grey Cup Fest in Toronto, chatting with Reginald Show (Watch Video Interview)

Randy Fabi is a retired CFL Player, at the 2016 Grey Cup Festival in Toronto chatting with Reginald’s Show. (Watch Video Interview)

 

Jason Burnett, Canadian Silver Medalist, who is a Trampoline Gymnast, behind the scenes at Toronto Argos Huddle Up Bully Prevention Rally, which was part of 2016 Grey Cup Festival in Toronto, chatting with Reginald Show. (Watch Video Interview)

 

Michael Pinball Clemons, retired Canadian Football player, who played 12-years for the Toronto Argonauts, where he also served twice as Coach for this team and is now Vice-Chair for this organization. Michael was chatting with Reginald Show behind the scene at the Huddle Up Bully Prevention Rally, which took place at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on November 23rd, 2016, that was part of the 104th Grey Cup Festival. (Watch Video Interview)

 

Brian Williams, O.C. Canadian Sports Broadcaster, behind the scenes at the 104th Grey Cup Festival in Toronto, chatting with Reginald Show. (Watch Video Interview)

 

 

 

 

BC Lions CFL September 2011

Jamall Lee talking to Reginald Angus Argue at BC Lions’ practice field on Sept 28th, 2011. (Watch Video Interview)

 

JR LaRose talking to Reginald Angus Argue at BC Lions’ practice field on Sept 28th, 2011. (Watch Video Interview)

 

 

Heroes Hockey Challenge 

(Retired MCPL) Paul Franklin from the Canadian Military, who tragically lost both his leg in Afghanistan on Jan 15th, 2006 to a suicide bomber, sitting and talking with Reginald Angus Argue in Vancouver BC Canada.  (Watch Video Interview)

 

“King” Richard Brodeur retired NHL/WHA Goaltender (backstopped the Vancouver Canucks to the Stanley Cup finals in 1982), shared his thoughts with Reginald Angus Argue. (Watch Video Interview)

 

Hockey Helps The Homeless fundraiser

2011 Vancouver Hockey Helps The Homeless fundraiser, at UBC Thunderbird Arena in Vancouver BC, on 25 Nov 2011, Reginald Argue talked to former NHL Player, Vancouver Canucks Alumni member, Garth Butcher. (Watch Video Interview)

 

2011 Vancouver Hockey Helps The Homeless fundraiser, at UBC Thunderbird Arena in Vancouver BC, on 25 Nov 2011, Reginald Argue talked to Mark Lofthouse, former Canadian professional hockey player, who played in the NHL for Washington Capitals/Detroit Red Wings. (Watch Video Interview)

 

Hockey Helps The Homeless Toronto tournament 2012 Gary Scullion (Executive Director/co founder of Hockey Helps The Homeless), Amanda Shaw (Events Manager Hockey Helps The Homeless Toronto tournament), Natalie Spooner (Member of the Canada’s National Women’s Hockey Team. 2012 World Champion. Toronto Furies (CWHL) Grad of The Ohio State University) and Gary Roberts (Retired NHL hockey player, playing for 21 seasons with Calgary Flames, Toronto Maple Leafs, Carolina Hurricane, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers and Tamp Bay Lightning), sharing their thoughts with Reginald Angus Argue and talking about how important it helps raise awareness and funds to help fight against homelessness. (Watch Video Interview)

 

Play On Hockey Night In Canada

Scott Hill, founder/National Program Director from Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! National Championship (Canada’s Largest Sports Festival), sharing a few thoughts with Reginald Angus Argue in Niagara Falls Ontario on Sept 29th, 2012. (Watch Video Interview)