That's what many are wondering since the passing of the team's owner.
Now Lieutenant Governor Bob Duffy is part of a committee that will recommend a location for the stadium.
Duffy says the committee wants to keep the stadium in western New York and is exploring all options. He says they're also taking a look at the growing fan base in Ontario.
"Just under 20 percent of the Bills fan base is from southern Ontario," he said, "so it is a factor, but it's not a defining issue."
If the stadium is moved out of Buffalo, it wouldn't happen soon. The Bills signed a 10-year lease at Ralph Wilson Stadium last year, with a $400-million penalty for breaking the lease.
Duffy says the stadium committee is in its early stages, and says it may take up to a year and a half to come up with recommendations
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