TORONTO, ONT. (WIVB) - Las Vegas entertainment top brass from MGM Resorts International are trying to get a gaming toehold in Toronto.
MGM has hired a Toronto firm to do their lobbying. The resort's public affairs division confirms that the company is considering investing as much as $6 billion in a project that could include hotels, convention center and casino gaming.
Entertainment giant, MGM Resorts International, has hired a Toronto firm to lobby for creating a major Las Vegas-style casino and resort, city officials said. The Toronto Globe and Mail reports MGM hired a local firm, Sussex Strategy Group, to make its case at city hall
The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. reported a few weeks ago that it is planning to build a casino in the Metro Toronto area while closing many less profitable slots locations. One of the slot operations to close is the slot operations at Fort Erie Racetrack.
MGM operates 15 luxury resorts in Nevada, Mississippi and Michigan and has a 50 per cent stake in four other properties in Nevada, Illinois and Macau
State Police need your help finding a missing woman last seen leaving M&T Bank on Main Street in Clarence this past Monday.
Police in Lockport say they have taken action after a threat was posted on a social media site from a student threatening to bring a gun to North Park School.
State Police are thanking News 4 viewers for helping them locate a man who allegedly hit a mother with his pickup truck as she loaded her two children into her vehicle and then fled the scene.
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Nearly every highway in WNY experienced major slowdowns on December 12, 2013 during rush hour