|Years in Canadian football|
The University of Toronto's Grey Cup dynasty continued in 1911, when they defeated their cross-town rival Toronto Argonauts at the new Varsity Stadium. 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta Unions formed the Western Canada Rugby Football Union on October 21. The Regina Rugby Club changed its colours to blue and white. Winnipeg realtor Hugo Ross donated the championship trophy bearing his name; he subsequently drowned in the sinking of the S.S. Titanic in April 1912.
The Calgary Tigers won the Western Championship, contested by the Alberta and Manitoba Unions, and challenged for the Grey Cup, but the CRU would not accept the challenge because the WCRFU was not a full member of the CRU. 
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points
*Bold text means that they have clinched the playoffs
|Winnipeg Rowing Club||4||3||1||0||61||24||6|
|St.John's Rugby Football Club||4||1||3||0||24||61||2|
|Regina Rugby Club||4||3||1||0||51||27||6|
|Moose Jaw Tigers||4||3||1||0||60||39||6|
|Saskatoon Rugby Club||4||0||4||0||15||60||0|
|Calgary Rough Riders||6||0||6||0||18||85||0|
|Football Union||League Champion|
|CIRFU||University of Toronto|
|MRFU||Winnipeg Rowing Club|
|SRFU||Regina Rugby Club|
Note: All dates in 1911
|Semi Finals||Grey Cup Final|
|CIRFU||University of Toronto|
|CIRFU||University of Toronto||14|
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