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The Grey Cup comes to Richmond

Martin van den Hemel photo Shea Emery (left), a Richmond native and Montreal Alouettes linebacker, brought the Grey Cup to various spots around Richmond on Wednesday, including the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, where he was welcomed by Coun. Bill McNulty (right).  - Martin van den Hemel photo
Martin van den Hemel photo Shea Emery (left), a Richmond native and Montreal Alouettes linebacker, brought the Grey Cup to various spots around Richmond on Wednesday, including the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, where he was welcomed by Coun. Bill McNulty (right).
— image credit: Martin van den Hemel photo

Shea Emery (left), a Richmond native and Montreal Alouettes linebacker, brought the Grey Cup to various spots around Richmond on Wednesday, including the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, where he was welcomed by Coun. Bill McNulty (right). Emery’s Alouettes beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders 21-18 last November to win the cup. Players on the winning team get to bring the Grey Cup to their hometowns.

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