Recent Champions Honoured in Quebec City

Recent Champions Honoured in Quebec City

The Rouge et Or football team stole the spotlight from the Quebec City Remparts for a few moments, on November 29th at the Colisée Pepsi.

Vanier Cup champions, the Rouge et Or football players were honoured in a very respectable way recently in Quebec.

The players from the 2012 team began their day by attending the National Assembly, where they participated in a question period before meeting with the primier, Pauline Marois, the leader of the official opposition, Jean-Marc Fournier, and the leader of the future Coalition of Quebec, Francois Legault. Several elected officials were also present.

The players got to meet the leaders of the different parties of Quebec and hear them discuss matters regarding the team. Maxime Boutin, MVP of the Vanier Cup game against the McMaster Marauders, expressed how honoured he felt to be a part of the assembly.

The Rouge et Or team members made their way to Laurier Quebec, a local shopping centre, where they signed multiple autographs for almost two full hours. Numerous fans waited in line in hopes of meeting their favourite players.

There were a particular couple of fans in the line, waiting to get a shirt signed for their son and grand-daughter, who expressed that they have had season tickets for the Laval games since the year 2000. They were extremely content that Laval could pull off a victory.

To end their journey, the Laval players made their way towards to the Colisée Pepsi. Glen Constantine’s training was warmly welcomed by the crowd who came out to see the Quebec City Remparts play the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies.
…………………………………………………………….. Staff Writer

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