With the Dalton McGuinty provincial government proposing to end the slots and trots ‘revenue sharing’ agreement with Ontario’s horse racing industry, Arend met with Wendy Wasylowich, Bruce Barbour and John Stolte of Flamboro Downs recently. Many in the horse racing community predict the end of the revenue sharing agreement will effectively kill the industry – and it’s 60,000 jobs.
The impact on Flamborough could be particularly devastating. The FCC is committed to doing whatever it can to assist this important component of the local economy. You can read more in the front page column by FCC President Hal Bushey in this month’s Bottom Line, which can be found HERE.
Stay tuned!!

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