NIchole Whitaker joins Garet Andrews for a photo with the Grey Cup at Rona’s Mount Paul Way store on Wednesday, Sept. 12. CFL football fans were treated to a breakfast tailgate party organized by the defending Grey Cup champion B.C. Lions and Rona store employees. The Cup is travelling across Canada, stopping in 100 communities as it makes its way east to Toronto, where, on Nov. 25, the 100th Grey Cup game will be played in Rogers Centre. As part of the centennial anniversary of the Grey Cup game, TSN will be airing eight documentaries on the CFL, beginning on Oct. 5. The Cup itself was commissioned in 1909 by then-Governor General Albert Grey, who originally wanted it awarded annually to the Canadian senior men’s hockey champions. Since the Allan Cup had been donated for that purpose, Grey’s Cup was instead directed to Canada’s national football champions — a decision that no doubt delights fans of the three-down league.