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Here is the latest information from The Town of Wasaga Beach and the Regional Tourism Organization 7 on the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back with these links often and the situation is evolving and the links will be updated as information becomes available.
Mayor Nina Bifolchi, on behalf of the Town of Wasaga Beach, congratulated Gateway Casinos and Entertainment Ltd. on the announcement of its site for a casino in the community.
Gateway has chosen to place its Wasaga Beach casino on property south of the Beachwood Road roundabout
Given that some time has passed since the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) announcement made in May, 2012 regarding their intention to expand private sector gaming in Ontario by establishing five (5) new gaming sites in the province, including one in our area, Mayor Patterson and Members of Council would like to update the community on the status of the potential 300 slot gaming facility in Wasaga Beach.
A Big Win was achieved against Bill 66 – to protect Ontario’s water, farmland, and natural heritage.
As a Councillor for the Town of Wasaga Beach and a supporter of the environment- I was excited to see through the efforts of many organizations including the Council of the Town of Wasaga Beach- that a Big Win was achieved against Bill 66 – to protect Ontario’s water, farmland, and natural heritage.