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    $7M Casino Niagara project underway

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Casino Niagara has started the next phase of a $7-million investment it says will “deliver an elevated” gaming and entertainment experience for all visitors.

    The current phase of the project focuses on a transformation of the second level into a destination for sports fans, food enthusiasts, entertainment seekers and visitors.

    Completion is scheduled for this fall.

    The project includes a $3.5 million spend on infrastructure and redesign for a fresh entertainment experience that greets visitors as they walk through the doors.

    An additional $3.5 million is being invested in technology and gaming, to offer guests the next generation of gaming.

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    Biometric screening would be a ‘disaster’

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    President Donald Trump’s push to have all visitors entering and exiting the United States subjected to biometric screening – such as finger-printing, retina scans or facial recognition tests – would be a “disaster,” says the general manager of the Peace Bridge Authority. Read More…

    City chips in $350,000 for new falls illumination

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    The city will contribute $350,000 towards a $4-million public-private project that will modernize the illumination of the falls.

    The city will take the $350,000 from what is expected to be an approximately $4.5-million fourth-quarter payment in April from Ontario Lottery and Gaming for hosting two casinos.

    Niagara Falls also has $1.7 million remaining from the $18.4 million it received from the first three fiscal quarters.

    “This is very incredible, state-of-the-art, technology,” Serge Felicetti, the city’s director of business development, told councillors this week.

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