Jose Colorado

Jose Colorado is a British Columbia-based writer. He lives in Burnaby and loves sports, anime, writing, business, and the occasional walk on the beach.

Woodbine Casino and Racetrack sign at the front to the popular destination

Woodbine Mohawk Park Announces Pop-Up Series, Yearling Buying Spree

Woodbine Mohawk Park (WMP) will be rounding out 2021 with a trio of pop-up events. The announcement – made on Nov.11 – urges pacing horses, pacing mares and trotters to enter. However, those horses must have a minimum of 10 starts and have won less than $25,000 in 2021. With the turf season reporting solid numbers recently, contestants should expect more modest earnings for the pop-up.
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PointsBet Canada partners with Canadian curling champs

Add championship pedigree to the PointsBet Canada team. The sports wagering operator is partnering with Canada’s national curling champions, Kerri Einarson and Kevin Koe. That decision goes hand in hand with last month’s call to make the gambling provider the official sports betting partner of Curling Canada.
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AGCO Releases Notification Matrix For Operators, Suppliers

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) has entered the matrix – the Notification Matrix, that is. On Nov.1, AGCO released the nine-page document to Ontario operators and gaming-related suppliers (GRSs). The matrix offers guidelines around information and scenarios when operators must notify the AGCO. The document will take effect when Ontario’s highly-anticipated open, regulated iGaming market launches.
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OLG prize ventre. To the left of the image is OLG's offical signage. The right: looking into to the prize centre from the outside. You can see a car driving by reflected in the glass

Federal OLG audit reveals multiple infractions

A three-year federal audit has unearthed a world of problems within the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG). The audit – conducted from 2015 -2018 - discovered misuse of credit cards and disproportionate executive pay. A flawed plan to funnel more money to provincial coffers through privatizing casinos was another primary concern.
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