19 Apr 2012

Casinos may be coming to Toronto

Toronto is already home to a wealth of entertainment options, but the city could soon be getting a few more. The National Post reports casino companies MGM Grand and Caesar's Entertainment are both eyeing potential opportunities to open up a casino in Toronto.

Bringing a casino into a city is typically a long process, and no formal talks have taken place yet. However, Caesar's confirmed its interest to the news outlet and MGM rumors have been swirling for years.

Casinos tend to draw opposition from some groups, who argue that introducing gambling to a city can bring problems. Yet there's no denying the economic benefits, and Toronto leaders appear open to the possibility.

"I'll meet with anyone," Mayor Rob Ford told the news source. "I'm a businessman. If people want to come to the city and create jobs, I’ll be the first one to sit down at the table with them."

Unlike playing the roulette table, self storage is not a gamble, but a sure bet. There are many solutions for affordable self storage in Toronto that will ensure a customer's goods are completely secure.

Jiffy Self Storage, a leader in Toronto storage solutions, is currently running a contest on their website for a free iPad 3. Visitors to the site simply need to match a few Canadian landmarks and they'll be entered to win the iPad or one of several other prizes.

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