Pierre Vercheval named to the CFL Hall of Fame

February 20, 2007 | 1 comment

A hearty congratulations to Pierre Vercheval, spokesman for the Trans Canada Trail in Quebec and the newest member of the Canadian Football League’s Hall of Fame. He is the first francophone Quebecer to be named to the Hall. During his fourteen-year CFL career, he won two Grey Cups and was named a league all star six times. To read more about his career and his reaction to the news, please click here.


  • Je viens tout juste de voir ceci… très en retard, j’en conviens, mais tout-de-même!

    Moi, c’est pas compliqué, J’ADORE Pierre Vercheval.

    J’aime TOUT à-propos de lui.

    Sa splendide carrière de joueur de football. Ses toujours pertinents commentaires, à titre d’analyste, sa personnalité hyper-sympathique ET le fait qu’il soit aussi CANADIEN QUE MOI, même s’il est originaire de Québec… ce qui est plutôt rare, il faut l’admettre… (Montréalaise que je suis!)

    Et maintenant, j’apprends qu’il est aussi chaud pour une cause qui ME tient à coeur… Le Sentier Trans-Canadien.

    Ah… c’est dommage qu’il soit déjà marié!

    Bravo, Pierre Vercheval.

    Je suis ta plus grande fan. Merci.

    Francine Dozois, Montréal

    Francine Dozois  |  August 20th, 2009 at 12:45 pm

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