Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Tag: Great Canadian Gaming Corporation

Ontario keeps Ajax Casino open

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In Canada the town of Ajax and the city of Pickering have received some good news after it was announced that casino quarrel that staked millions of tax dollars on the line has been resolved. The Great Canadian Gaming Corporation announced back in spring 2017 that it was throwing its support behind a casino build in Pickering that would have...

Elements Casino Victoria looking for H1 2018 opening

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The expanded View Royal Casino remains on track to open in the first half of 2018, while the revamped venue will be rebranded under the Elements Casino Victoria name.   Located in View Royal, British Columbia, construction of the new casino, which will replace the existing property, began in February. “Having an entertainment venue of such calibre on Vancouver Island is a...

In the pink: acquisitions drive growth for Great Canadian

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An encouraging set of financial results from the Great Canadian Gaming Corporation showed that the company enjoyed a 25 per cent surge in revenue during the second quarter of the year, with a concurrent 18 per cent leap in earnings.   GCG amassed just over C$140m (E96.8m) from its 20 gaming properties spread throughout British Columbia, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia...

Victoria casino establishes new shuttle service

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After a year of planning and development, May saw the Great Canadian Gaming Corporation’s View Royal Casino - in partnership with Wilson’s Transportation - announce the launch of its West- Shore Express Shuttle service. The shuttle provides an affordable and reliable transportation option for passengers travelling from the casino to Victoria’s International Airport, British Columbia Ferries terminal and both Uptown...

Great Canadian bolstered by Shorelines and New Brunswick properties

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Great Canadian Gaming Corporation president and chief executive Rod Baker reflects on what has proved to be a positive opening for 2016, after the organisation saw its like-for-like revenue leap by 20 per cent in the first quarter.   “During the first quarter of 2016, Great Canadian generated revenues and Adjusted EBITDA improvements across the majority of our portfolio. These improvements...