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Comparing Slots And 'Break-Open' Machines

January 14, 2013:

With focus having been thrust on 'break-open ticket' machines in Ontario in recent weeks, one reporter has travelled to both Delta Bingo and Kawartha Downs in the Peterborough area to note the differences in the on

PSAC 'Fights Back' Against SARP Cuts

January 11, 2013:

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is putting pressure on the Liberal Government's decision to end the Slots-at-Racetracks Program, which will create devastating job losses in the horse racing on

"You Can't Not Sign It"

November 28, 2012:

On Monday, November 26, after Chatham-Kent Council agreed to a new revenue-sharing agreement with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp., Councillor Doug Sulman offered a quote which sums up the feelings of many councillors from many Ontario municipalities: "You can't not sign it, because we need the revenues." on

Town Of Hanover/OLG Agreement Signed

November 1, 2012:

On Monday, October 29, Hanover Town Council approved a gaming agreement with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. The agreement will extend the town's status as a willing host community for gaming into the OLG's gaming modernization on

OHRIA Response To OMAFRA Report

October 31, 2012:

On Tuesday, October 30, the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Association issued a release regarding the OMAFRA Panel's report to provincial government on the transition from the slots-at-racetracks on

Report Names CNE As Best Spot For T.O. Casino Expansion

October 29, 2012:

A highly-anticipated report by Toronto City Manager Joseph Pennachetti regarding casino expansion in the city was released today (Monday, October 29). The report has determined that gaming expansion at the Canadian National Exhibition grounds would be a best-case scenario for the city financially, but also cites Woodbine Racetrack as a potential on

Report: OLG Reaches Host Municipality Agreement

October 16, 2012:

It has been reported that the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. has reached an agreement with municipalities which play host to facilities which feature slot-machine on

Frustration At Sudbury Info Session

October 11, 2012:

According to a report, City of Greater Sudbury Economic Development Director Ian Wood took the brunt of criticism from pro-horse racing and anti-casino yesterday during a casino information session in on

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