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A Call To Action

February 14, 2012:

Standardbred Canada is strongly encouraging all members of Ontario’s immense harness racing community to stand united and make your voice heard for the future of horse racing in the on

Radio Host Addresses Slots-At-Racetracks Misconceptions

February 14, 2012:

It may not have come during his scheduled program, but Newstalk 1010 host Ryan Doyle stepped behind the microphone Tuesday morning (February 14) in an attempt to address some of the misinformation that has been thrown about since Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan announced that cuts could be on

OHRIA Responds To Slots-At-Racetracks Partnership Review

February 13, 2012:

While the official word is expected to be announced on Wednesday, Ontario's Finance Minister Dwight Duncan revealed details of Don Drummond's economic report that could mean on

OHRIA: Keep Gaming At Tracks

January 24, 2012:

In response to the report that surfaced earlier this week stating Ontario's slots-at-racetracks program could see some competition, the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Association has issued a press release and fact sheet illustrating the benefits of the current on

Measuring Slots' Economic Impact

October 5, 2011:

Rosecroft Raceway and parent company Penn National Gaming released the findings of two studies measuring the economic impact of adding slots to the Maryland on

Godfrey Focuses On OLG Image

November 19, 2010:

Paul Godfrey, the chairman of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, has said that he will “set the OLG in a new direction” over the coming years to restore the image of the government on

Harrah's Offers Iowa $70 Million To Scrap Greyhound Racing

February 2, 2010:

Citing a study that shows waning public interest and the expensive cost for casinos to "subsidize greyhound racing", reports indicate that casino giant Harrah's is willing to pay the state of Iowa $70 million to free them from an agreement that requires a set number of annual race on

Ontario To Sell Off Crown Assets?

December 16, 2009:

With Ontario facing close to a $24.7 billion deficit this year, it has been reported that the provincial government is looking into the possible sale of a fraction, or all, of many of its 'crown corporations,' including the Ontario Lottery on

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