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OR Responds To Group Statement

February 23, 2017:

Ontario Racing (OR) has commented on a statement issued by the Horse Peoples' Alliance of Ontario regarding its Letter of Intent on

Stakeholder Working Group Details

February 21, 2017:

Following the release of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario’s (AGCO) ‘Moving Ahead: Horse Racing Regulation in Ontario’ Findings Report last week, three Working Groups are being established to review and make recommendations for policy on

AGCO Releases Finding Report

February 16, 2017:

In the spring of 2016, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) launched its ‘Moving Ahead: Horse Racing Regulation in Ontario’ project, directed at modernizing the regulatory rules that govern horse racing in on

Preliminary Long Term Funding Consultation Report Released

February 3, 2017:

Ontario Racing is pleased to release a preliminary report that summarizes the views and perspectives received from industry stakeholders regarding a proposed long term funding framework for horse racing in on

Economic Report From Western Fair

January 31, 2017:

On Tuesday, January 31, the Western Fair District released a new report which highlights its contributions to the economy, community and people that it serves as an organization. ‘Making an Impact’ touches on a recently commissioned economic impact study from KPMG and also demonstrates the broader impact of Western Fair District’s on

Casino Gaming Impact On Purses

April 20, 2016:

Slot machine gaming in Pennsylvania generated $246 million to support the state’s horse racing industry, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s annual Racetrack Casino Benchmark on

OMAFRA Survey Results Released

March 25, 2016:

The summary report from the 2015 Ontario horse racing owners, breeders and trainers survey performed by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) has been on

Gaming Report Deadline Pushed Back

February 24, 2014:

The deadline for a commission task force in Delaware to submit a report in regard to casino gaming and the horse racing industry has been pushed on

Blank, Mutti Comment On BC Challenges

April 16, 2013:

On the heels of the recently released report on how to both revitalize and make BC's horse racing industry sustainable, Hastings Racecourse General Manager Raj Mutti and Great Canadian Gaming Corp. Vice President Howard Blank have each commented on what has to be done to keep racetracks on

BC Racing Consultation Report

April 13, 2013:

Late Friday, the B.C. Horse Racing Industry Management Committee’s draft report recommending ways to make B.C. horse racing financially stable and sustainable was on

Barrie Residents Don't Want Downtown Casino

January 8, 2013:

According to a report, if public feedback in Barrie is respected by City Council, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. will not be given approval to move forward with any plans for a casino in the city's 'downtown' on

Godfrey Wants Sportsbooks At Casinos

November 1, 2012:

One of the glimmers of hope Ontario horse racing took away from the OMAFRA Panel's report on the industry's transition from the slots-at-racetracks program earlier this week was the recommended option of the province introducing sports books/single-game sports wagering at racetracks. According to Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. Chairman Paul Godfrey, he has different thoughts on the 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

Milton To McGuinty: Address Panel's Recommendations

September 26, 2012:

On Monday, September 24, Milton Council passed a motion introduced by Ward 3 Councillor Cindy Lunau that asked for fellow councillors to endorse the findings of the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Transition Panel's August 17 interim on

Changes To Benefit Casino Operators, Not Education

September 20, 2012:

Legislators in Maryland are proposing a major expansion of casino gaming to generate more money to fund education. But a recently released report indicates the greatest, and perhaps only, benefactors of the changes will be casino operators, who stand to generate nearly three quarters of all additional on

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