(VIDEO) With labour peace, 2014 CFL season can start on time

CFL commissioner Mark Cohon says he's looking forward to starting the 2014 season, with the summer's labour negotiations over and a long lockout avoided.

"It's all talking about football now," he said. "I'll be working closely with the players and making sure they really understand our business moving forward and bringing them closer.

"If we bring them closer during the years ahead, they'll understand where the league is and hopefully we can have smoother conversations in the future."

Video: The Canadian Press

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