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Christopher Hume spreads rumours about a waterfront casino at Ontario Place

The Toronto Star’s Christopher Hume says the rumour mill is churning out reports of a potential waterfront casino, most likely at Ontario Place. Of course, the casino idea is nothing new. As Hume reminds readers, Giorgio “Boatloads of Sex Workers” Mammoliti most recently suggested it (that’s the same man who recommended turning industrial wastelands into a red light district, if you’ll recall). But there is reason to believe a casino might actually be in the cards. For one, it would appeal to Rob Ford’s desire for fast cash. (The potential to build a monorail to the site wouldn’t hurt, either.) Then again, Hume writes, a casino would be a far cry from the family destination Ontario Place is supposed to be. Read the entire story [Toronto Star] »

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