Jim Hopson

Jim Hopson

Jim Hopson began his Canadian Football League career on the field, playing offensive line for the Saskatchewan Roughriders from 1973 to 1976 and finished it building the foundation for the Roughriders to be a business success. Hopson served four years on the...
Frank Cosentino

Frank Cosentino

Frank Cosentino enjoyed more than his share of success as a star quarterback on the football field, but the Hamilton native’s contributions as a coach, teacher, author and builder in his post-playing days made just as significant an impact on Canadian football. After...
Seymour Wilson

Seymour Wilson

Seymour Wilson was a successful player who came up through the Hamilton football ranks. From the time when he joined the Tigers in 1930, Wilson was an official for amateur teams. After his playing career, Wilson officiated senior-level teams for the Interprovincial...
Bob Wetenhall

Bob Wetenhall

Bob Wetenhall was the primary figure in the expansion, infrastructure improvements, and the restoration of Percival Molson Stadium at McGill University. From the spring of 1998 to 2010, Molson Stadium installed over 8,000 seats (it started at 17, 317 and finished at...
Harold E. Ballard

Harold E. Ballard

Harold E. Ballard’s affiliation with Canadian Football began when he purchased the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 1978. During a time when the fortunes of the Tiger-Cats were sagging, he helped to revitalize the team and maintain the football tradition in Hamilton. “Pal Hal”...