On April 15, members of the city’s powerful executive committee are meeting to review the latest report from city manager Joe Pennachetti. The report was released April 8.
Raymond Suave of Scarborough could be the recipient of a $1 million prize after an “Insider Win.”
The bright lights, the loud camaraderie, the flowing booze and the clamour of the slot machine soon became Roberto Rossi’s* new home, and he loved it. “To my astonishment, I found myself enjoying it and it was really exciting,” Rossi said. “Ladies would serve you drinks. There were lights, bells, trinkets, noise if someone won, and people yelling. They made the atmosphere conducive for you to really have a good time.”
Last spring, while gathered around the kitchen table, the Lynett sisters decided they needed to act. They felt they could not allow a casino to be built on Toronto’s waterfront.
Nineteen holders of a $50-million winning lottery ticket finally received a $32-million share on Feb. 14. The winning ticket is from the Dec. 31 draw. The payout was delayed due to a claim by another group on the same ticket.