The Montreal Alouettes won the Grey Cup for the first time in 13 years, defeating the Winnipeg Blue Bombers with a last-minute touchdown. The victory was celebrated by the team and their fans, who have been waiting for a championship win for a long time. Quarterback Cody Fajardo was named the most valuable player, and the team’s head coach, Jason Maas, expressed pride in the team’s accomplishment. The win has generated excitement in Montreal, and the team will hold a victory parade to celebrate. Defensive back Marc-Antoine Dequoy made comments criticizing the media and the CFL for a perceived lack of respect for the Alouettes and the French language, but later clarified that his emotions got the best of him and his message was not against the English language.