List of current Canadian Football League announcers

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East Division

TeamPlay-by-playAnalystSidelineFlagship Station
Hamilton Marshall Ferguson Mike Morreale Matt Holmes TSN 1150
Montreal Rick Moffat Davis Sanchez TSN 690
Pierre Vézina Bruno Heppell 98,5 FM
Ottawa A.J. Jakubec Jeff Avery TSN 1200
Marc Legault Denis Piché CKOF 104,7 FM
Toronto Mike Hogan Jeff Johnson TSN 1050
Denis Casavant Jean-Nicolas Carrière CHOQ FM 105,1

West Division

TeamPlay-by-playAnalystSidelineFlagship Station
BC Bob Marjanovich Giulio Caravatta Karen Surman TSN 1040
Calgary Mark Stephen Greg Peterson Scott Deibert, Rocco Romano, or Scott Coe News/Talk 700
Edmonton Morley Scott Dave Campbell 630 CHED
Saskatchewan Derek Taylor Luc Mullinder Michael Ball (home games only) 620 CKRM
Winnipeg Bob Irving Doug Brown 680 CJOB


Glen Suitor Sara Orlesky (Winnipeg home games; Western Division Playoffs/Grey Cup)

Matthew Scianitti (Toronto, Ottawa, and Hamilton home games; Eastern Division Playoffs/Grey Cup)


Farhan Lalji (BC home games)

John Lu (Montreal home games)

Claire Hanna (Saskatchewan home games)
Jermain Franklin (Calgary home games)

Ryan Rishaug (Edmonton home games)

Rod Black Duane Forde
Gord Miller or Dustin Nielson [1] Matt Dunigan
David Arsenault Pierre Vercheval Didier Orméjuste RDS

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