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GREAT CANADIAN GAMING ANNOUNCES THE REOPENING OF CASINO NOVA SCOTIA

September 14, 2020 – Toronto, ON – Further to its announcement on September 4, 2020, Great Canadian Gaming Corporation (TSX:GC) (“Great Canadian” or “the Company”) announced today that its Casino Nova Scotia properties in Sydney and Halifax, Nova Scotia, will be reopening on October 5, 2020. Both properties temporarily closed on March 16, 2020 to contribute to the containment of COVID-19 and in adherence with public health orders. Continue reading

GREAT CANADIAN GAMING ANNOUNCES UPDATE ON THE STATUS OF ITS PROPERTIES

September 4, 2020 – Toronto, ON – Great Canadian Gaming Corporation (TSX:GC) (“Great Canadian” or “the Company”) provided today an update on the status of the Company’s 25 operations across Canada. On March 16, 2020, Great Canadian suspended operations at all its properties to contribute to the containment of COVID-19. Continue reading

Casino Nova Scotia Sydney hosted their 11th annual Monte Carlo Casino Fundraiser

Casino Nova Scotia Sydney hosted its 11th annual Monte Carlo fundraiser. This year was an amazing success raising $60,000 in net revenues for their charity of choice, the Cape Breton YMCA. This year was a huge success; not only did Casino Nova Scotia partner with over a dozen local businesses and organizations, including Cape Breton University and the Nova Scotia Community College, but they completely sold out the event with almost 600 people in attendance.

Guinness World Record Broken at River Rock Casino Resort

On Saturday, May 12th, Spirit Cool broke the Guinness World Record for longest marathon playing guitar at River Rock Casino Resort. Spirit, who performs regularly at many Great Canadian properties, continued to play on stage for another 30 minutes for a grand total of five days, four hours and thirty minutes. Spirit was accepting donations throughout his record-breaking performance, with all proceeds going to the Canadian Cancer Society. River Rock donated $1,000 for every day he performed and at the end of his five-day performance Spirit raised over $10,000.