arranged from East to West.
Casinos + Lotteries & Racetracks
also Canadian Links for Commissions, Associations
& Problem Gambling.
|Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation
A Crown Corporation mandated
to conduct and manage the gaming business in Nova Scotia. Operates ticket
lotteries, video lotteries and casinos that were enabled after the passing
of the Gaming Control Act in 1995.
|Casino Nova Scotia
Two locations Halifax
& Sydney. Both casinos are now under the management of Richmond,
B.C. based Great
Canadian Gaming Corporation who purchased the 10 year contract from
Caesars Entertainment for U.S. $73.7 million in July 2005.
|On 8th May, 2008, Sonco
Gaming New Brunswick Limited Partnership was selected as the Successful
Proponent for the New Brunswick Destination Casino Project.
preferred proponent in destination casino project
|New Brunswick Lottery
and Gaming Corporation
|Casino New Brunswick
Moncton, New Brunswick.
Opened 4th May, 2010. 500slots, 22 tables and a 128-room hotel and convention
|Atlantic Lottery Corporation
Founded on September 3,
1976 and operates the lotteries in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward
Island, Newfoundland & Labrador.
|Red Shores Racetrack
Located at Charlottetown
Driving Park and Summerside Raceway.
|The Charlottetown Driving
The Charlottetown Driving
Park Entertainment Centre opened in August 2005. 200+ slots VLT's, Poker
and a minimum age of 19 to play.
|Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation
The OLGC is a Crown Agency
that was established by the Government of Ontario on 1st April, 2000 following
a merger between the Ontario Lottery Corporation and the Ontario Casino
4 operations. Sault Ste.
Marie, Point Edward, Thunder Bay, and Brantford.
Slots at 16 tracks throughout
Opened 9th December 1996.
240,000-square-foot complex with a 1920's architectural theme. 1,600 slots,
28 tables and a 12-table poker room.
|Niagara Fallsview Casino
Opened in 2004 and located
on Murray Hill overlooking the Horseshoe Falls. 3,000 slots and 142 tables.
Sheraton Fallsview Hotel
and Conference Centre
|Falls Management Company
FMC was a consortium of
five firms selected by the OLGC to operate Casino Niagara and to finance,
design, build and operate the Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort.
casinos name was changed to Caesars Windsor in 2008.
Opened 17th May, 1994. Managed
by Windsor Casino Ltd a 50/50 partnership between Harrah's Entertainment
Inc. and Hilton Hotels Corp. Over 100 tables and some 3,000 slots. Located
over the Detroit River from the three downtown Detroit casinos.
- Online Recruiting System
Owned by the Ontario Government
and leased to the Mnjikaning First Nation, owners of the Rama reserve near
Orillia. 2,300 slots and 120 table games.
Managed by Penn National
|Manitoba Lotteries Corporation
Operates and manages two
casino properties; McPhillips Street Station Casino and Club Regent Casino.
Also operates a video lottery terminal (VLT) network.
|The Aseneskak Casino
Opened 15th February, 2002.
The casino is operated on behalf of 6 first nation tribes.
|South Beach Casino
Brokenhead Ojibway Nation.
Opened Mid-2005. Operated on behalf of 7 first nation tribes. 12 tables
and some 300 slots.
|Roseau River First Nation
Located 70 miles north of
Winnepeg. Opened 19th August 2005.
|Manitoba Horse Racing
|Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation
The SGC operates Casino
Regina and Casino Moose Jaw under the regulatory authority and supervision
of the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA).
|Casino Moose Jaw
Opened on 6th September
2002 after a total investment of C$12.5 million. 150 slots, table game
numbers not known. Operated by the Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation.
Averages between 4 to 5,000
visitors per day and has some 600 slots and 35 table games. Operated by
the Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation.
|Saskatchewan Indian Gaming
Based in Saskatoon. SIGA
presently oversees 6 tribal casinos.
|Dakota Dunes Casino
Opened 10th August, 2007
and located on Whitecap Dakota First Nation reservation.
The casino is a joint venture
between Whitecap Dakota, the Saskatoon Tribal Council and the Saskatchewan
Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA).
|The Emerald Casino
Located at Prairieland Park
in Saskatoon. The casino closed September 2007 and was relocated to the
new Dakota Dunes Resort & Casino.
|Saskatoon Tribal Council