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In LESS THAN A MONTH, the Ajax Pickering Hospital Foundation is raffling off a 2018 Trax and you could be the lucky winner!
And with ONLY 350 tickets are available for sale those are really good odds!
Don’t wait to buy your lucky ticket for just $100 each!
Drop by or call the Foundation office – 905.683.2320 x1501 – and a staff member will be happy to help you.
debit | credit card | cash
The draw will be taking place on August 19th at Family Fun Day being held at Ajax Downs. (winner does not need to be present to win)
Save the date – Sunday, August 19, 2018, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. the annual Family Fun day at Ajax Downs. First 1000 kids receive a free loot bag.
Ajax — Quarter Racing Owners of Ontario Inc. is congratulating Doug Ford on his party’s election win last night and welcomes new Ajax MPP, Rod Phillips. Read More →
Much-needed support for Ajax Downs
Today, Rod Phillips announced that an Ontario PC government will immediately begin work to bring back the Slots-at-Racetracks Program (SARP).
“An Ontario PC government is going to work to bring this program back and help quarter horse racing thrive and grow in Durham Region. I have been working with Bob Broadstock and the quarter horse people for months, to find practical, achievable solutions to save the industry here in Durham.
“Quarter horse racing is responsible for 1700 jobs in Durham Region, and the revenue from the slots has helped keep property taxes lower. Without the slots, the Town of Ajax stands to lose $8 million in revenue yearly.
“In 2012, the minority Liberal Government, including Dalton McGuinty, Kathleen Wynne and Joe Dickson, passed their budget through the Legislature – which included the decision to kill SARP. Rather than voting against the budget, and stopping the gutting of the horse racing industry, the NDP, led by Andrea Horwath, abstained and propped up the government. In 2015, MPP Joe Dickson, signed a letter supporting the Durham Live proposal.
“The Ontario PCs will launch a working group to consult with the horse racing community and gaming proponents to bring slots back to racetracks as quickly possible.
“Only the Ontario PCs are committed to bringing this important program back. The NDP are waffling and refusing to commit.”
For more information contact Laryssa.firstname.lastname@example.org | 647 282 2611
The Ontario government has announced a long-term funding agreement for the horse racing industry that will provide up to $105 million each year over 19 years, beginning in 2019. This agreement is aimed at strengthening and sustaining horse racing and breeding in Ontario. It will provide nearly two decades of stable funding to increase the vitality of the industry in the province. Read More →