For the first time in CFL history, a regular season was called early due to weather.

The Week 9 contest between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Montreal Alouettes what stopped with 2:41 remaining in the third quarter following an hour delay due to lightning in the area.

After the teams sat around for over an hour, the league enacted its weather protocol that allowed a game to end earlier if there is a delay of over 60 minutes and that game has gone past at least the midway point of the third quarter.

No offensive touchdowns were scored in the game. The first major of the match came from special teams. Following a Jon Ryan punt, Ryan brought the ball back 101 yards on his first touch of the game.

The game was called with Saskatchewan leading the Alouettes 17-10. With the victory, Saskatchewan now sits in a tie with the Calgary Stampeders for second place in the West standings. The loss drops Montreal to 3-4 on the season, remaining ahead of the Ottawa Redblacks who had a chance to leapfrog Montreal had they won the late matchup against the Edmonton Eskimos.