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Closer to the summit of the northern Ontario casino

According to a recent report from northern Ontario, the gambling industry is enjoying the latest relaxed health and safety restrictions. Indicators suggest casinos in the region are welcoming back more and more customers, and numbers show the property is now showing an almost unprecedented performance of the situation.

Despite the recent lax health and safety protocols in the region, casino property guests are still forced to listen to protective face masks and maintain physical distance from each other. With the recent increase in gambling enthusiasts, the local industry will now be able to escape its financial difficulties and contribute its usual stake to the provincial economy.

The lifting of restrictions is also wonderful news for casino workers who have been waiting for their return to work. Albert Williams, president of the United Steelworkers Area, which represents more than 100 casino employees, told a poker table that about 30 union employees, card dealers, have been unable to return to work since March 2020, so they should be recalled soon.

Gateway Casino & Entertainment, which owns and manages gaming properties in Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury, announced that the facility is now fully operational and operational. The company also says that most employees will soon return to work. The company also says construction of the North Bay casino property is well underway and will reopen next year.

Paul Burns, president of the Canadian Game Association, believes that even after gaming facilities reopened at half the size in July, there are signs that the gaming industry will recover quickly from the effects of the virus. According to him, customers are slowly starting to return to casinos, generating more revenue, but will need more time to match the numbers before they close.

Last week, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Company began rolling out quarterly casino payments to Ontario municipalities to attract such properties. For example, Gateway Casino Sault Ste. Marie the City Sault Ste. Marie received a quarterly allocation of C$325,000. This amount is from July 1, 2021 to September 30, 2021.

Normally, the region received a larger share of non-tax gaming revenue, but the decline can be explained by local casinos that reopened in mid-July. In addition, despite operating for most of the second quarter, the facility had to work at reduced capacity to maintain social distancing between employees and customers.

OLG also sent payments to the city of Windsor on a quarterly basis to host the hugely popular Caesars Casino Windsor in the region. The payment from Crown Agency is estimated to be C$1,752,526. Since 1994, Windsor has received more than C$99 million in non-tax gaming revenue used to support community infrastructure and the economy.

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