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Community Development At Flamboro?

May 24, 2017:

Great Canadian Gaming Corporation, owner and operator of the horse racing facilities at Flamboro Downs, is looking to allocate surplus land at the Flamboro site for the development of an outdoor amenity that will benefit the community. The surplus land includes two parcels which total approximately 50 on

Second Hamilton Meeting Packed

January 18, 2013:

It has been estimated that roughly 400 people showed up at Hamilton City Hall on Thursday, January 18 for the second of two public consultation sessions in the city regarding the contentious Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. idea of introducing a full-blown casino complex to Hamilton's downtown on

Waterdown Hosts Hamilton Consultation Meeting

January 17, 2013:

The first of two public consultation meetings regarding potential casino expansion in Hamilton, Ont. took place last night (Wednesday, January 16) at Waterdown District High School in on

Hamilton Casino Consultations Continue

January 16, 2013:

The topic of a downtown casino in Hamilton is proving to be a polarizing issue to residents of the Steel City. There has been quite a divide between those that want to see a full-blown casino complex erected downtown and those that want to see the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. keep its highly profitable slot-machine parlour humming and chiming at Flamboro on

OLG Bows To Hamilton Pressure

November 9, 2012:

It has been reported that Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. President and CEO Rod Phillips will be giving the City of Hamilton more time to decide whether or not it wants to be a willing host municipality for casino expansion under the OLG's new gaming modernization on

Casino Town Hall Meeting In Hamilton

October 11, 2012:

Hamilton Councillor Jason Farr is encouraging residents that are concerned about local casino expansion to come out and attend a Town Hall Meeting tonight (Thursday, October 11) at City Hall Council on

Horwath Wants Casino Referendum

September 11, 2012:

During Question Period at Queen's Park on Monday, September 10, Ontario New Democratic Party Leader Andrea Horwath again called on the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. and the City of Hamilton to put the brakes on any gaming modernization plans until after a referendum on the issue is on

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