CFL player’s concussion lawsuit dismissed by B.C. Court
A B.C. Court has ruled that Arland Bruce, a former CFL player cannot proceed with his concussion lawsuit against the league. Bruce alleged that after suffering a concussion he was allowed to return to play despite suffering ongoing symptoms. The Court has ruled that the dispute between Bruce and the CFL is subject to a collective bargaining agreement and must be resolved through the arbitration process, not the Courts.
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