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OLG To Sponsor Hamilton Mayor Speech

December 20, 2013:

It has been reported that the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. is sponsoring Hamilton Mayor Bob Bratina's New Year State of the City address. It has been reported that it will be the first time that the OLG has sponsored a mayoral speech in on

RockHammer Interested In Flamboro?

October 24, 2013:

According to a report, the RockHammer corporation, which is hoping to build a casino complex in Hamilton, would consider submitting a bid to operate a gaming complex at Flamboro on

MGM Unveils Plans, NDP Attack Libs

March 6, 2013:

At a press engagement on Wednesday, March 6, representatives from MGM and Cadillac Fairview unveiled their proposed plans for an integrated casino resort at the site of the Canadian National on

NDP, PC Want Ontarians To Be Heard

February 26, 2013:

On Tuesday, February 26 during question period in the Ontario Legislature, Essex MPP Taras Natyshak (New Democratic Party) called on Premier Kathleen Wynne to halt the privatization of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. and to give communities a say in planning casino on

Wynne Speaks On Horse Racing

February 15, 2013:

Kathleen Wynne officially addressed the province's horse racing industry in her capacity as Ontario's Premier on on

Hamilton Council Backs Flamboro

February 14, 2013:

On Thursday, February 14, Hamilton City Council voted unanimously that any new casino development should go to the Flamboro Downs location. But there's a on

Clark: Put It In Writing

February 13, 2013:

Amid new revelations of inconsistent statements regarding steps in the process of Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp.'s controversial gaming modernization plan, Hamilton Councillor Brad Clark has on

OHRIA: Help Hamilton Councillors Stand Up For Flamboro

February 13, 2013:

In a letter issued Tuesday night, OHRIA President Sue Leslie echoed the calls of Hamilton city councillors to show support for expanded gaming at Flamboro on

Councillor Calls On Horsepeople For Strong Presence

February 12, 2013:

On Monday, February 11, days before Hamilton councillors Sam Merulla and Judi Partridge introduce pro-Flamboro motions for a Flamboro Downs-related casino expansion, Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. President and CEO Rod Phillips was in town to discuss the hot-button casino on

Wynne Sworn In As Ontario Premier

February 11, 2013:

On Monday, February 11, Premier-designate Kathleen Wynne was officially sworn in as Premier of Ontario during a ceremony at the provincial Legislature where she announced her executive on

McMeekin, Musicians Comment On Downtown Hamilton Casino

February 9, 2013:

"Is a casino the best way, the best way in Downtown Hamilton to build a strong, healthy, vibrant, economic community? Stand alone, I don't think so." on

McCown: Godfrey's Gone "Goofy" With Gambling

February 6, 2013:

He's lived in Las Vegas. He's pro-gaming. He's the most respected Canadian sports-talk figure there is. He is Bob McCown, and he's the most recent person to come out and say that he is completely against Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. Chair Paul Godfrey's "goofy" gaming modernization on

Cordish, WEG Officially Part Ways

February 6, 2013:

During the evening hours of Tuesday, February 5, numerous mainstream Toronto media outlets broke the news that the proposed and long-delayed Woodbine Live! expansion planned for Woodbine Racetrack is 'dead.' Although, the official parting of ways between the Woodbine Entertainment Group and The Cordish Company on the endeavour could prove to be a positive development for WEG in terms of actually landing its coveted 'integrated-resort' style gaming on

Pro-Racino Entity Part Of Downtown Hamilton Casino Push

February 5, 2013:

On Monday, February 4, plans were officially unveiled for a proposed casino expansion project in Hamilton, Ont. It was confirmed during the announcement that one of the groups involved in the project is Hard Rock International, which is currently in the midst of a racino venture with an existing racetrack in on

Wynne To Allow Modernization Plan; Hamilton Mayor Raises Eyebrows

February 1, 2013:

After Ontario Premier-Designate Kathleen Wynne stated Thursday that she wanted jurisdictions to have some control over casino placement, she stated that she will not be halting the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp.'s controversial gaming modernization plan. Also, Hamilton Mayor Bob Bratina has gone on the record as saying the city should use “some or even all” of its cut from the proposed downtown casino to be redirected to Flamboro on

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