April 24, 2014

Lawsuits Against OLG May Intimidate Potential Private Operators, Says Cangamble Blog

The OLG may have more trouble than anticipated in carrying through with its privatization plans and expanded gaming in light of a potential class action lawsuit and those already settled. This according to the well read gambling blog Cangamble.

See the complete opinion piece here.

Potential $3.5 Billion Lawsuit Against OLG By Excluded Problem Gamblers Allowed By Ontario’s Court Of Appeal

The OLG could be faced with a $3.5 Billion laswsuit from problem gamblers who officially excluded themselves from slots facilities and were still allowed access.

See the complete story by Michele Mandel which recently appeared in The Toronto Sun by clicking here.

Darryl Kaplan of Trot Magazine Interviews Kathleen Wynne

Upcoming Stakes Events at WEG Tracks

APRIL

Celias Counsel - Thursday, April 24
3YO F Trot Leg 2 - $15,000

Princess - Friday, April 25
3YO F Pace Leg 1 - $20,000

The Diplomat - Saturday, April 26
3YO C&G Pace - Leg 1 - $20,000

Don Mills - Saturday, April 26
4&5YO Open Trot FINAL - $40,000

Tie Silk - Monday, April 28
3YO C&G Trot Leg 2 - $15,000

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