... I see trolling is that you Tg13
In the current state, i think everyone can understand why the Voyaguers Cup winner would currently be awared a CONCACAF Champions League (CCL) spot. Simply because the CPL hasnt kicked a ball yet.
But I think lots of logical thinking needs to be done if it continues to be so, even past a few seasons of the CPLs existence.
The reality is the CSAs D1 governed sanctioned league will always play 3x as much games as the VC that they administer. So which champion is deemed greater? One would assume the league champs, as it would help achieve the CSAs plan of exposing & developing Canadians on the CONCACAF stage.
Another thing, take a look at the CCL now. The qualified teams are only league champions or league runners up of their respective leagues (or CONCACAF League champions) .... only in the USA is the cup champion (which I even think should be given to SS champ/r-u and MLS Cup champ/r-u) awarded a CCL spot.
I think that the Canadian MLS teams being connected to that makes it weird for them in cases like Toronto FC in 2017. But isnt the CanadianToo movement about trying to distant ourselves from being dependent on the USSF? That's why I can see the CSA making the MLS teams have to qualify to the CCL through winning the CL via the VC Champs.
Now thats if the CSA is awarded 1+1...significant changes to the tournament would have to be made if they are awarded two automatic CCL berths. Yes it would be ideal/beneficial for both CPL and MLS teams. But again, where would the logic be in that when some federations with proven history are only awarded 1 CCL berth - See Costa Rica.
Very loaded, but prove me wrong.