Triangulation is one test for improving the validity and reliability of research or evaluation of findings. As the name implies, triangulation is a strategy that controls bias and helps to establish valid conclusions because it uses at least three (thus, the "tri-" prefix) different types of methods or tools to collect data from which conclusions are made. Many researchers argue that triangulation strengthens a study by combining methods. This can mean using several kinds of methods or data, including using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. By using at least three different methods, the researcher is about to obtain multiple, diverse perceptions of a single concept.
In Canadian football , the first CFL points scored at BMO Field was a Toronto Argonauts completed touchdown pass caught by Vidal Hazelton , thrown from Logan Kilgore , in a June 11, 2016 exhibition Argos win; final score 25–16.  The first CFL regular season points scored at the stadium was a conceded safety touch of 2 points by Canadian Argos kicker / punter Lirim Hajrullahu in a 20–42 loss on June 23.  The first regular season points scored by the Argos at BMO Field was a successful field goal kicked by Hajrullahu in the same game.  On July 25, the Argonauts won their first regular season game at their new home, defeating the Montreal Alouettes 30–17.