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The gambling operator whose flagship casino is at the centre of money-laundering probes in two provinces has been awarded another contract by Ontario's lottery corporation despite calls for the government to halt its dealings with the company.
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) announced on Tuesday that it has selected Great Canadian Gaming Corp.
And its partner, Clairvest Group Inc., to run a casino and three slots operations west of Toronto for the next 20 years.
Great Canadian was awarded a lucrative contract in August to run the casinos in the Greater Toronto Area.
The latest deal makes Great Canadian, which is based in Coquitlam, B. Once both contracts are finalized, the company will control gambling along a vast stretch of Highway 401, from casinos in Eastern Ontario to Woodbine Racetrack in the GTA, and a casino in Brantford and slots at Mohawk Racetrack and Flamboro Downs west of Toronto.
Rod Baker, chief executive officer of Great Canadian, called the latest contract a "true milestone" for the company.
"We thank OLG for their confidence in our company." The contracts are part of a strategic review OLG is conducting of its casino and lottery businesses in an effort to find new revenue sources.
But money-laundering allegations swirling around Great Canadian's River Rock Casino in Richmond, B.