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Niagara Casino Security Votes for Strike

Security staff at one of Ontario's largest casinos have voted 92 per cent in favour of strike action if talks fail to produce a new collective agreement.

Montreal Casino Revamp Rejected

News Brief: The $1.2-billion project to revamp the Montreal Casino and move it to a working-class district was axed on Friday after a ten-month anti-casino campgain was successful

Woman Hits $2.4 Million Slot Jackpot

A woman from Roseville, Michigan went home $2,423,487 richer yesterday after hitting the jackpot on Casino Windsor's MegaBucks $1 progressive slot machine.

Montreal Casino Gets Mixed Response

News Brief: The head of the committee that is examining whether the casino should be moved to the Peel Basin says it is too early for the Quebec government to decide to move Montreal's casino.

Report Could Delay Quebec Casino Plans

News Brief: The Coulombe Report, comissioned by the province to evaluate the Peel Basin Casino project, could put the plans to move the casino on the backburner, according to a report in La Presse.

Montreal Cautious About Casino

News Brief: Loto-Quebec's proposal to relocate the Montreal Casino to the Southwest borough could help revitalize the area but questions remain about public security and the impact on the neighbourhood, the city of Montreal says.

Ontario Tribal Chief Wants Online Gaming Vote

News Brief: Six Nations Chief David General believes the people will have to decide whether Internet gaming is a safe bet for Canada's most populous native reserve.

Manitoba Shuts Down Charity Poker Tournament

News Brief: Another Texas hold'em poker tournament has been shut down by the Manitoba Gaming Control Commission.

Quebec Casino Plan Gets Slammed

News Brief: A day after public health officials slammed plans to move the Montreal Casino to the Peel Basin from Ile Notre Dame, the Point St. Charles community clinic yesterday asked the Quebec government to reject the project.

Casino Move Not a Good Idea: Health Dept

News Brief: Montreal's department of public health says the plan to move the Montreal Casino is unnacceptable in its current form.

Saskatchewan Casino Smoking Deal Unresolved

News Brief: Yorkton Mayor Phil DeVos is still looking to negotiate a deal with a First Nations-controlled casino that hasn't been following the city's smoking ban.

Saskatchewan Couple Celebrates Lottery Win

News Brief: A Saskatoon couple is celebrating after winning Saskatchewan's second-largest lottery prize ever.

Montreal Casino Still Possible

News Brief: The president of Quebec's Treasury Board says a new billion-dollar casino in Montreal's Peel Basin is still a possibility.

Saskatchewan Casino Plans Move

News Brief: A plan worth more than $20 million is in the works to move the Painted Hand Casino into a building to be constructed in the west end of Yorkton within two years.

OLGC Presents David Foster Fundraiser

Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation will present David Foster and Friends, a star- studded charity gala at Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort on Saturday, September 16, 2006.

Ontario Casino Smoking Issue Unresolved

News Brief: A decision on whether the Great Blue Heron Charity Casino will comply with new provincial rules and ban smoking within the Scugog Island gaming house remains unanswered

Loto-Québec Presents Responsible Gaming Summary

Loto-Québec executives presented a summary today of the principal actions undertaken by the Corporation to promote responsible gaming since releasing its 2004-2007 Development Plan.

Study Downplays Casino Impact

News Brief: Laval University study says casinos may not have as much of an impact on local neighbourhoods as expected.

Potential Manitoba Tribal Casino Sites Picked

News Brief: Manitoba's aboriginal leaders have pinpointed Brandon and Dauphin among four possible sites for a world-class hotel, casino and entertainment centre.

Casino Case Goes to Human Rights Commission

News Brief: Four casino workers who say they lost their jobs because they're non-aboriginal have taken their case to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.

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