Ottawa RedBlacks’ Louis Bourassa suspended 2 games for meth use.

The Canadian football league suspended Ottawa Redblacks player Louis-Philippe Bourassa for 2 games for violating the CFL drug policy.

The 6’3 235 pound Bourassa tested positive for steroids and meth.

CFL players who test positive for drug use face a 2 game suspension for a 1st doping violation, a 9 game suspension for a 2nd violation, a 1 year suspension for a 3rd violation, and a lifetime ban for a 4th violation.

In the 1990’s several dozen CFL players tested positive for cocaine use.

Source: CBC

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