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Racing & Gaming Integration Update

Published: August 18, 2014 3:15 pm ET

Last Comment: August 19, 2014 8:45 am ET | 4 Comment(s) | Jump to Comments

After a series of constructive conversations, representatives of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and Ontario Horse Racing Industry Association are ready to sit down to decide the specifics of how horse racing can best be integrated into the province’s overall gaming strategy.

Sue Leslie, president of OHRIA, made the announcement on Monday.

“The last couple of years have been challenging ones both for the OLG and the Ontario racing industry,” Leslie said. “We are at a point now, though, where we can all begin to take a serious look at some of the intriguing ideas and possibilities that have been put forward by the OLG, OHRIA and the racing industry, at large,” stated Leslie.

According to Leslie, the two groups will review, analyze and recommend innovative products and programs with the ability to further the business and economic objectives of both parties. “We are more than confident that, with the right products in place, horse racing can make a real contribution to the OLG’s bottom line. And, that, in turn, racing will benefit significantly from such a strategic partnership,” Leslie said.

“We need to be mindful that, whatever programs we decide to go forward with, must represent a ‘win/win’ proposition for both entities. That is what a successful partnership is all about.”

(OHRIA)

August 19, 2014 - 8:45 amokay, your request for help

okay, your request for help ALLAN,the answer is there has never been a divorce settlement,therefore we are recognized as a marriage until both parties agree on a divorce settlement,or a continued marriage,with both parties agreeing to the reconciliation to revive the relationship . thats the only win,win for all those involved. if i offended anyone,it is not my desire,just trying to mediate fairness with both parties.

August 18, 2014 - 7:30 pm“We need to be mindful that,

“We need to be mindful that, whatever programs we decide to go forward with, must represent a ‘win/win’ proposition for both entities. That is what a successful partnership is all about.”

You need to be mindful that the representation you get reads the fine print(instead of one year notice to cancel,maybe put in at least 5 years!!!) before signing this contract.

August 18, 2014 - 5:29 pmWhy don't they put the slots

Norm Brunet SAID...

Why don't they put the slots in the racetracks !!!

August 18, 2014 - 5:20 pmPlease help me! The same two

Please help me! The same two groups are getting together to plan strategies to be partners, when in fact, one of the groups ended the agreement the last time they were partners! Is this true?


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