CFL CBA talks break down

A look inside the Winnipeg Blue Bombers locker room during a private tour of the CFL team's...

A look inside the Winnipeg Blue Bombers locker room during a private tour of the CFL team's football operations at Investors Group Field on the University of Manitoba campus on Fri., May 10, 2013 in Winnipeg, Man. (KEVIN KING/Winnipeg Sun/QMI Agency)

SCOTT MITCHELL, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:10 PM ET

So much for that.

Two days of CBA negotiations scheduled in Calgary made it through one day, but apparently that was enough for both the CFLPA and owners, as talks scheduled for Friday were cancelled, with one source saying the sides were “too far apart.”

It’s not known how long the parties met for on Thursday at the Delta Calgary Airport Hotel, but apparently it was long enough to decide it wasn’t worth a second day of dialogue.

CFL president and COO Michael Copeland issued a statement Friday afternoon.

“We don’t comment on ongoing collective bargaining negotiations but we remain focused on reaching a new agreement that is fair and reasonable for our teams and players,” Copeland said in an e-mail.

Calls to CFLPA president Mike Morreale were not immediately returned.


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