Casino Woodbine is located in Toronto, Ontario and is owned by One Toronto Gaming. The company is a partnership between the Great Canadian Gaming Corporation and the Brookfield Business Partners L.P. They currently own and operate 3 different casinos in the Greater Toronto Area and when combined, these casinos offer over 4900 slot machines, 160. View Woodbine Casino's upcoming event schedule and profile - Toronto, ON. Woodbine Racetrack (Google Maps). Home of the Queen's Plate. See our guide to hotels near Woodbine Casino Racetrack. Click any blue marker to learn about the hotel at that location. Use your mouse or 2 fingers to see more of map.
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Welcome to the website of Woodbine Mall, a place for a leisurely day outing with friends and family. We have a lot to offer and when we say a lot, we mean it. Enough to keep you busy throughout the day whilst you have a great time.
Woodbine Mall was opened in 1985 by developer Cadillac Fairview. As you might now, Cadillac Fairview is one of the well-known real-estate agencies in Canada which develops and manages all types of commercial complexes across the country. The design inspiration for the construction was drawn from UK's largest shopping mall, the MetroCentre in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear England.
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The largest indoor amusement park in all of Ontario is right here at Woodbine Mall. There are 12-full sized rides that include a 50-foot Ferris wheel carousel. For kids, there's the Dreamer’s Play Village, a 5500-sq ft soft play with unique obstacle courses for your little ones have a great time whilst you can just sit on a bench nearby and rest for a while. You can also visit the XD simulation theatre for a unique 3D movie experience. We offer party packages for birthday and can accommodate school groups for field trips. Other than that, you can also contact us for hosting charity events, annual corporation events and more. So what are you still waiting for? For a fun-filled day at our amusement park, visit us today!
UPDATED: On Tuesday night, Mayor John Tory's executive committee gave its stamp of approval to the Woodbine casino expansion, with a few caveats.
Several amendments were made, including exploring the possibility of child care for casino employees and beefing up hiring targets.
The interim city manager is set to report back to the full city council next week.
The proposed casino expansion at Woodbine Racetrack could bring in roughly $30 million in annual revenue for the city and provide hundreds of jobs to local workers, but critics aren't sure the project is a safe bet.
A recent report from interim city manager Giuliana Carbone notes that in 2022, when the facility is fully built-out, the city can expect to receive $26 to $31 million a year, according to estimates from the province's Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG).
'Is this the right way to fund government, by preying on people's addiction?' questioned Coun. Mike Layton, who has been a vocal critic of the project. 'Most of the money that comes into casinos is from people who have a problem with gambling.'
Layton also believes the potential expansion isn't living up to previous promises.
The latest annual city revenue numbers, he notes, are lower than earlier projections. He also says the most recent report doesn't dive into the potential costs to the city, be it policing or social costs stemming from problem gambling.
City has 21 conditions on hiring, problem gambling
Carbone's report suggests city council put a stamp of approval on the efforts of service provider Ontario Gaming GTA LP to meet various conditions laid out by council in 2015, which include mitigating the negative impacts of gambling by working with city staff and the medical officer of health.
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Those 21 conditions also include boosting tourism and providing jobs, with a commitment to having at least 40 percent of employees hired in the community and through local social agencies.
All the conditions have all been met, notes the report, which also recommends the city enter into a formal Community Benefits Agreement with Ontario Gaming.
'We think it could be stronger'
Rosemarie Powell, executive director of advocacy group Toronto Community Benefits Network, wants the number of local hires boosted to 60 percent and hopes child care will be provided for workers at the Rexdale-based racetrack.
'We want to see reporting and oversight mechanisms so the public can be assured that jobs and investments will actually benefit the local community,' she said.
3,700 new jobs expected by end of 2022
By the end of 2022, the facility is expected to provide roughly 3,700 new jobs.
Carbone's report says Ontario Gaming plans to ensure at least half of the employees will be working full-time after two years of operation.
As CBC reported last year, many northern Etobicoke residents are hopeful that the casino expansion will revitalize an area that lost upwards of 20,000 jobs between 2001 and 2011.
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The multi-use development is touted by Woodbine Entertainment Group as a 'city within a city,' with shopping, offices, two hotels and a performance venue alongside the expanded gaming facility.