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MGM lobbying hard for Exhibition Place casino resort
The Globe and Mail
In the weeks leading up to the first council vote on whether to allow a downtown Toronto casino, one consortium is behind the bulk of the lobbying, approaching key decision makers and pushing its vision for a gambling resort at Exhibition Place. Select city councillors and the mayor have been given private briefings and a preview of MGM's plan for a waterfront casino resort all part of the pitch by the U.S. operator and its Canadian partner, developer Cadillac Fairview.
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Council places bets on resort development
The Enterprise Bulletin
Town council is taking a chance that a big player is willing to bring a resort development including a casino to Collingwood. But at least one councillor says in the age of online, casinos aren't a sure bet, and a few council members privately believe the idea a big casino resort development would come to Collingwood is a bit of a long shot.
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Wynn Resorts seeks a chance at Toronto casino
The Globe and Mail
A U.S. luxury resort company has sent a letter to Toronto's city manager expressing its interest in building a high-end facility complete with a casino. "Much of the public debate on this issue has centred around a false choice between an outdated big-box slots model and no casino," reads the letter, signed by Wynn Resorts Development president and chief operating officer Gamal Aziz.
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Timeshare vacationing woos Indian travellers
Business Line
Stay at a quaint house amidst endless stretches of greens or a family apartment where you can sink into lazy conversations while enjoying the sunset with the concept of vacation evolving, many prefer the idea of home away from home or vacation ownership to relax.
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Resort development trends: What's in your waterfront?
Times Union
Reef Worlds design teams spent 2012 reviewing the state of five-star resort waterfronts in the Caribbean and Pacific. Their report shed a new light on the underwater world beyond the high tide mark. With well known resort brands spending millions of dollars on land-based renovations and new construction, few have yet to discover their own waterfronts underwater as a source of revenue and completely unique client engagement.
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MGM lobbying hard for Exhibition Place casino resort
The Globe and Mail
In the weeks leading up to the first council vote on whether to allow a downtown Toronto casino, one consortium is behind the bulk of the lobbying, approaching key decision makers and pushing its vision for a gambling resort at Exhibition Place.

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Whistler Vacation Club improves operations with SPI Software
Orange Systems
SPI Software, the timeshare industry's premier provider of enterprise and modular software, recently upgraded Whistler Vacation Club's system and is in the process of setting up their owner web site using SPI's proprietary Owner Connect application.

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Chico couple files class action suit against timeshare company
ABC News
Where do you go to take a vacation? One popular option is buying timeshares at a favorite vacation spot. Timeshare contracts can be complicated and expensive.

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CTC appoints Robert Mercure to its Board of Directors
Canadian Tourism Commission
Robert Mercure, a man with hotels in his blood, is the latest addition to the Canadian Tourism Commission Board of Directors. Mercure comes from a family with a long tradition in the Canadian hotel industry. He is the fourth generation to follow this calling. One of his cousins, Francoise Mercure, was even president of the Office du tourisme de Quebec.
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Timeshare King settles with local agents for $500,000
WMBF News
A settlement has been reached in the six-year-long case of the so-called Timeshare King and the 350 former employees he's accused of ripping off. WMBF News has been covering every twist and turn in this case.
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Tony Burke approves resort on Great Keppel Island
National Affairs
Sydney developer Terry Agnew has conceded a sane man would have given up his seven-year bid to win approval to build a resort on Great Keppel Island after both federal and state governments blocked earlier plans. Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke gave the green light to the $600 million eco-tourism resort, just days after the Newman government gave similar permission to Mr Agnew for the first major tourism project within the Great Barrier Reef for two decades.
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West Palm Beach man accused of charging timeshare owners over $6,500 in fraudulent fees
The Palm Beach Post
A West Palm Beach man is facing charges of fraud, money laundering and grand theft, after police said he charged three timeshare owners over $6,500 in fraudulent fees. The alleged victims believed he was helping them sell their property.
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