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Horse Racing Industry Transition Panel - Interim Report

In June 2012, three former Ontario Cabinet ministers were engaged to make recommendations about how the Ontario government could help the horse racing industry adjust to the end of the Slots at Racetracks Program (SARP). This is the panel’s report. It reflects a consensus of all three members.

Clouthier: McGuinty's Comments "Inexcusable, Indefensible"

Longtime Liberal MP and harness racing supporter Hector Clouthier says that Premier Dalton McGuinty's comments pertaining to horse racing this past week are "as wrong as can be."
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Premier McGuinty responds to Dennis Mills' open letter

On July 19, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty replied to the open letter from Racing Future president Dennis Mills that was sent to him and that is posted on this website. We appreciate and welcome the Premier’s reply and the opportunity that it provides to move the dialogue forward. A response to the Premier’s letter will be posted here in the near future. Read Premier McGuinty’s letter to Dennis Mills.

Slots-at-Racetracks Program – A Survey of Young GTA Residents

71% of young GTA residents are concerned about the economic challenge facing rural Ontario. Read the facts, let us know your views and contact your local MPP.
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Queen's Plate death doesn't stir finance minister

Jonathan Jenkins, Queen's Park Bureau

Horse racing needs to stand on its own four feet because Ontario can’t afford to subsidize it any longer, a spokesman for Finance Minister Dwight Duncan said Thursday.

“We are committed to the people in the industry but there comes a point when it’s health care and education or horse racing. That’s our bottom line,” Aly Vitunski said. “It’s unfortunate but we have to choose health and education.”

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