Great Canadian Gaming reopening Ontario properties

Great Canadian Gaming reopening Ontario properties
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TORONTO –  Further to the announcement on July 9, 2021 from the Ontario provincial government that certain businesses can reopen, such as casinos, Great Canadian Gaming Corporation (TSX: GC) will be undertaking the required steps to reopen the following Ontario properties on Friday, July 16, 2021:

  • Casino Woodbine
  • Great Blue Heron Casino
  • Casino Ajax
  • Elements Casino Mohawk
  • Elements Casino Flamboro
  • Elements Casino Brantford
  • Elements Casino Grand River
  • Shorelines Casino Belleville
  • Shorelines Casino Peterborough
  • Shorelines Casino Thousand Islands
  • Shorelines Slots at Kawartha Downs

The Company is also planning to open the casino at the Pickering Casino Resort in the near future, with the remainder of the resort opening at a later date in 2022.

Under the Province’s current health and safety framework, the Company’s Ontario properties will reopen with reduced gaming capacity to reflect physical distancing requirements. The Company will continue to work cooperatively with industry stakeholders and regulatory agencies on the easing of these restrictions in a safe and responsible manner.

“I’m very excited that the province has reached this milestone, and that Great Canadian is in a position to have thousands of team members return to work,” stated Terrance Doyle, the Company’s Interim Chief Executive Officer.

“I want to thank our entire team for their resilience and patience the last 17 months, and I look forward to working with our team and welcoming our guests back to our Ontario properties,” Doyle continued. “As we move into the current stage of the provincial plan to reopen the economy, I’m eager to continue working with key stakeholders on the next phase of reopening when it is deemed safe to do so.”

Founded in 1982, Great Canadian Gaming Corporation is an Ontario based company that operates 26 gaming, entertainment and hospitality facilities in OntarioBritish ColumbiaNew Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.

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