After months of closure, Ontario casinos are reopening their doors this morning.

The Great Canadian Gaming Corporation is opening 11 of its properties and you can now reserve a visit ahead of time.

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September 28, 10 a.m.

The reopening date of Ontario casinos


According to Casino Woodbine, things will look a little different on your next visit.

Visitors are asked to use the new online booking systems, which is the only way to get priority access to the casinos.

Each session will allow for 2 hours of playing time.


Other safety measures have been implemented including a maximum capacity of 50 guests, mandatory face coverings, and protective barriers.

The casino reopenings come at a time where COVID-19 cases have forced the province to close down other venues. 

On September 26, strip clubs in Ontario were mandated to close, and bars, restaurants, and nightclubs are unable to serve alcohol past 11 p.m.

New Brunswick is also reopening its casinos today, while British Columbia's venues still remain closed.

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