News releases from Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012) (Page 3)

New Responsible Gaming Features on VLTs

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

Nova Scotia will be the first jurisdiction in North America to introduce features on video lottery terminals (VLTs) designed to discourage excessive playing.

Another Successful Year for Gaming Corporation

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. Gaming Corp. Another Successful Year for Gaming Corporation

Arbitrator Delivers Casino Construction Ruling

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

An arbitrator has ruled that Casino Nova Scotia does not have to pay $10,000 per day as a result of a delay in completing the permanent Halifax Casino.

Third-Quarter Results for Gaming Corporation

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. is reporting net income of $38 million for the third quarter ended Dec. 31, 1999. This is up $3.8 million from the same quarter last year.

New CEO and President Named to Corporation

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

Marie Mullally has been appointed the new CEO and president of the Nova Scotia Gaming Corp.

Gaming Corp. Wins $21 Million Arbitration

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

An arbitrator has ruled in the Nova Scotia Gaming Corp.'s favour on who should pay the harmonized sales tax related to casinos.

VLT Redeployment Initiative on Hold

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The government of Nova Scotia has asked that the Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. shelve its plan to move some video lottery terminals or VLTs to establishments where there was higher demand.

Gaming Corp. Reports Increase in Net Income

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. is reporting net income of $35 million for the second quarter, which ended Sept. 30, 1999. This is up $2.3 million from the same quarter last year.

VLT Retailers Receive Gaming Training

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

A new training initiative, the VLT Retailer Responsible Gaming Program, will enable more than 2,000 Nova Scotia VLT retailers and their staff to increase awareness of problem gambling issues and develop responsible gaming practices and policies for their establishments by mid-2000.

Corporation to Pursue Late Fee

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. has received notice that the Metropolitan Entertainment Group, the operator of the Halifax and Sydney casinos, denies the $10,000-per-day late completion fee, relating to the delay in completion of the permanent Halifax casino, is due.

Gaming Corp. Releases First Quarter Results

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. reported net income of $36.3 million for the first quarter that ended June 30, 1999. This is up $2.4 million, or seven per cent, from the same quarter last year.

Atlantic Lottery Withdrawal Review

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. understands that premier-designate John Hamm has announced a review to begin Aug. 16 of the gaming corporation's intended withdrawal from the Atlantic Lottery Corp.

Annual Report Shows Higher Net Income

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. reported net income of $132.6 million for the year ended March 31, 1999. This represents a 3.9 per cent increase over the $127.6 million generated a year before.

New Lottery to be Based in Halifax, Cape Breton

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. today announced that the province's new lottery business will be operated from offices in the regional municipalities of Cape Breton and Halifax.

New Lottery Financially, Operationally Viable

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. released more information today on its withdrawal plan from the Atlantic Lottery Corp. that shows a new provincial lottery is financially and operationally viable.

Province to Establish Lottery Operation

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

Finance Minister Don Downe announced today that the province will officially withdraw from the Atlantic Lottery Corp. The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. will immediately establish a new provincial lottery operation that keeps profits in the province, creates jobs and offers the full range of games and services that are currently available.

One Step Closer to More Responsible VLT Gaming

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. and its agent, the Atlantic Lottery Corp., are one step closer to a more responsible VLT program in Nova Scotia.

Gaming Corp. Set To Leave Lottery Corp.

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. today announced that Nova Scotia will withdraw from the Atlantic Lottery Corp. unless a new agreement for sharing profits is put in place.

Gaming Corporation Quarterly Report Released

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. is reporting net income of $34.5 million for the third quarter ending Dec. 31, 1998. This is up about $1.2 million from the same quarter in 1997.

Second-Quarter Report Shows $33.6M Net Income

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corp. is reporting net income of $33.6 million for the second quarter ending Sept. 30, 1998. This is up about $3 million from the same quarter in 1997.