Great Canadian Gaming Corporation (TSX: GC) (“Great Canadian” or “the Company”) will reopen Elements Casino Brantford on February 22, 2021 at 10am EST, following recent announcements by the provincial government of Ontario that certain businesses, such as casinos, may reopen in certain areas of the province.

The property will provide slot machine play and will be limited to a capacity of 50 guests only for guests from regions not currently “stay at home orders.”   At this time, table games and food and beverage amenities will not be available.

The Company will have eight of its 26 properties open and operating under restricted conditions with the reopening of Elements Casino Brantford.

Below is an overview of the status of the Company’s properties:

Casino WoodbineClosed
Elements Casino MohawkClosed
Elements Casino FlamboroClosed
Casino AjaxClosed
Great Blue Heron CasinoClosed
Elements Casino Grand RiverClosed
Elements Casino Brantford

Opening Feb. 22

 with restrictions

Shorelines Casino Thousand IslandsOpen with restrictions
Shorelines Slots at Kawartha DownsOpen with restrictions
Shorelines Casino BellevilleOpen with restrictions
Shorelines Casino PeterboroughOpen with restrictions

Great Canadian Gaming Corporation, founded in 1982, is an Ontario-based company in Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia that operates 26 gaming, entertainment and hospitality facilities. its commitment to social responsibility is fundamental to the company’s culture. “PROUD of our people, our business, our community” is the Great Canadian brand that unifies the community, volunteering and social responsibility efforts of the company.

Each year, Great Canadian funds over 1,400 charitable and non-profit organizations across Canada under the PROUD program. A large portion of gross gaming revenue from gaming facilities is held in each Canadian gaming jurisdiction by our Crown partners on behalf of their provincial government for the purpose of supporting programs such as healthcare, education and social services.