CFL and partners to announce campaign against gender-based violence

EDMONTON (November 22, 2018) – Media are invited to attend a press conference on Friday, November 23rd at 1:15 p.m. MT with the Canadian Football League (CFL), the Ending Violence Association of Canada (EVA), Status of Women Canada, and United Steelworkers.

Details for the media events are outlined below. Please RSVP to Clare Hutchinson ( in advance.


Call It Out! Be More Than A Bystander Press Conference


Friday November 23, 2018
1:15 p.m. MT


Sutton Place Hotel

Winter Lake Suite (Second Floor)

10235-101 Street

Edmonton, Alberta

In attendance

Randy Ambrosie, Commissioner, Canadian Football League

Christina Litz, Chief Marketing, Digital and Strategy Officer, Canadian Football League

Gina Wilson, Deputy Minister, Status of Women Canada

Tracy Porteous, Co-Chair, Ending Violence Association of Canada

Ken Neumann, National Director, United Steelworkers

Rolly Lumbala, Fullback, BC Lions  

Clare Hutchinson

Communications Coordinator, Canadian Football League

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