He was hardworking, generous, and was always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need at any time. He enjoyed telling and listening to stories but his wealth of knowledge of history that he had was undeniable. Humble and kind was his nature and everyone who knew him truly benefitted from his presence. He will be deeply missed and forever in our hearts. Cremation has taken place, funeral arrangements at a later date. It is with heavy hearts that we announce the death of James Cunningham, with family by his side, at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital on November 26th, 2020. Jim was the son of the late Archibald and Ina Cunningham. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, on March 19th, 1941, Jim moved to Cornwall, Ontario, in his early 20s. They returned to her home in England to be married and eventually moved to Sydney, where they raised their sons. He met and married his second wife, Bea in 2011 and moved to Lake Ainslie where he lived, loved, and enjoyed the last years of his life. He worked for the County of Cape Breton and the Cape Breton Regional Municipality. He was also the chief financial officer for the Cape Breton Regional Hospital until he retired to the private sector. Jim was a devout Catholic and an active parish member of the Stella Maris in Inverness, Our Lady of Fatima, Sydney River, and Sacred Heart, George Street, Sydney, throughout his life. He volunteered extensively with Bereaved Families of Cape Breton. He was always willing to help someone when they needed it. His intelligence, wisdom, and guidance, and great sense of humour were always welcomed. Through his struggle with alcohol addiction and his involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous he was helped by many people and had the opportunity to help many others who struggled with addiction through the years. Jim took great pride in his work with Alcoholics Anonymous, was a firm believer in the program, and treasured the lifelong friendships he made through AA. Jim is survived by his wife Bea, sons Owen , Sydney; Blair , Wisconsin; and stepdaughter Kimberly , Margaree. He was an amazing grandad to Jacqueline, Katie, Nathan, Jessica, Michael, Jason, Briana, Ryan, Lydia, and Tom and beloved uncle to many nieces and nephews who thought the world of him. He was predeceased by his first wife Jenny, brothers Teddy and Archie, and stepdaughter Susan. We wish to thank all the doctors and nurses and home care support workers who provided compassionate care to Jim during his last days. Visitation took place at T W Curry Parkview Chapel, 755 George Street, Sydney on Tuesday, December 1st, 2020. Funeral mass took place at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Sydney River, on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020, with Fr. Those wishing may attend the service virtually by watching the livestream on TW Curry’s Facebook page. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family by visiting Interment to follow in Resurrection Cemetery.
Randy was predeceased by his infant sister, Cynthia Marie Near, partners Theodore Tobin and Michael J. Brown, and his father Ronald George Near. Growing up in Shearwater, NS, Randy was very active in all sports. He was an elite member of the Shearwater Bluefins swim club specializing in the breaststroke and twice representing the club at the Canadian National Swim Trials. He spent many years volunteering for AIDS organizations and was active on the board of directors of the AIDS Coalition of Cape Breton. He was a passionate Toronto Maple Leaf fan, antique collector, and news junkie. Randy will be greatly missed by his family, many friends, and colleagues. Donations in memory may be made to the AIDS Coalition of Cape Breton or the charity of your choice. It is with a very heavy heart that the family of Ronald “Ron” Bruce Ingraham announce his unexpected passing on December 29th, 2020, in Kentville, Nova Scotia. Born in Margaree Centre, Cape Breton, on September 26th, 1956, he was the eldest son of the late Roland and Christine Ingraham. Ron is survived by sisters Beth, Carol , and his brothers Buck and Jack . Predeceased by his parents, his brother Ted, and his sister Raylene , Ron leaves behind many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends. A beloved brother, uncle, nephew, son, and friend; anyone who met Ron in his 64 years on Earth can attest to his warm heart, sharp wit, and his infallible sense of humour. Cremation has taken place, and due to COVID restrictions a celebration of Ron’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, as Ron was a lifelong animal lover, the family asks that any donations be made to your local cat-rescue or animal shelter in Ron’s name. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Margaret Anne Boyle of Mulgrave, Nova Scotia, on Tuesday, May 11th, 2021. Margaret Anne was born in Inverness on April 21st, 1943, and was the daughter of the late John A. She is survived by her son Frank of Amherst; her brothers, Bernie , Ron ; and sisters, Hazel and Frankie . Boyle; her son Joe; and her brothers Chris, Alex, John, Joe, Peter, David, and Glen; and sisters Sally, Barbara, and Mary. Margaret Anne took great pride in her home in Mulgrave and enjoyed doing renovations to it for her and her cats. She was known for her kindness and generosity to others and her dry sense of humour. She enjoyed Bingo and card playing with her neighbours and friends. Memorial donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke foundation or a charity of your choice. A funeral service and celebration of life will be held at a later date. Online condolences and words of comfort may be made at
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Her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, a great-great-grandchild, and nieces and nephews were the joy of her life. Henriette worked at the Lemoyne Co-op for 15 years. She was a very generous person that always found time for family and friends. She had a passion for music and dancing and always had a hooked rug on her old wooden frame. She appreciated all company, but especially any dog that would come visit her. Funeral Mass was held on Friday, May 3rd, 2019, at St. Joseph’s Church, St. Joseph du Moine with Father Peter LeBlanc officiating. Donations can be made to the Foyer Père Fiset or a charity of your choice. Funeral was under the direction of Cheticamp Funeral Services Ltd. Pearl Isabel Taylor, RN, age 96, passed away peacefully in Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital surrounded by family on March 19th, 2020. Born on November 4th, 1923, in Boston, and raised by her grandparents and aunt and uncle in Belle Cote, Inverness County. Pearl was the daughter of Ida Phillips, and raised by grandparents Isabelle and Kenneth Phillips and aunt and uncle Irene and Henry Phillips. Pearl was educated in Belle Cote and taught school prior to entering nursing school. Pearl worked as a registered nurse at the old Inverness Memorial Hospital in 1945, then moved to Montreal to pursue further nursing opportunities. She returned to Cape Breton after one year and was employed at St Mary’s Hospital and then in 1977 she moved to the new Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital and worked in the Emergency Department until her retirement in 1989. Pearl is predeceased by her mother, grandparents, aunt and uncle. She is survived by her husband and soul mate Earl Taylor, sisters-in-law Audrey Timmons , Inverness, Shirley MacLellan Arizona, and Trudy Mac Ewan , New Glasgow. You could not find Pearl without Earl and their beloved, now deceased, cat Tramp. Pearl is survived by many nieces and nephews, grandnieces and nephews, special cousins, and many friends, who were constant in her life. Earl and Pearl are thankful for their wonderful neighbours, especially Sandy MacLean. She also volunteered at the Inverary Manor, Inverness, Pearl loved to knit, cook, and was well known for her baking. Her friend and neighbour John Ferguson always returned to university with a special care package of food and goodies. Cremation has taken place with funeral at a later date in St Matthews United Church, Inverness. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to St Matthews Church, Inverness Food Bank, ICMH ladies auxiliary, Inverness Fire Hall, Inverary Manor, or charity of your choice. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Poirier, of Waltham, died on April 1st, 2020 in Meadow Green Nursing Home. Mary Elizabeth was born in Saint-Joseph-du-Moine, Nova Scotia, on December 20th, 1919, the daughter of the late Patrick and Marie Belle “Minnie” Aucoin. In 1963 she moved to Waltham with her husband and children and has been a resident ever since. She was a long time parishioner of St. Joseph’s Church and later at St. Charles Borromeo. She was a member of the French American Victory Club where she enjoyed socializing and dancing. She also enjoyed playing cards with her family and friends and looked forward to her trips back “home” to Cape Breton.
It can become a suitable spot for combining business and leisure. Currently, they do not provide hotel services but they plan to in the future. For now, it remains very much a local’s destination. There are a number of hotels in nearby Cold Lake, which is about a five mile drive from the Casino. If you’re looking for some betting off the beaten track and are feeling a bit adventurous, this would be a perfect opportunity. The hotel offers both regular rooms and luxury suites. The facility boasts both conference and banquet facilities. For anyone that is looking for a little bit of pampering in between their gaming ventures a spa is located on site to handle those needs. A fitness center and a solon can also be found at the resort. Two restaurants provide different types of atmosphere and food. A lounge offers casual food with televisions and pool tables for a little entertainment. The other restaurant offers a buffet that is perfect for family dining. The nearby community offers venues for golfing, live sporting events, jamborees, theater and live music events. There are always things going on in and around the Camrose Casino Resort. Family and friends discounts on travel, tech, food, beverage, and fitness. The Camrose casino resort hotel has a variety of restaurants, where diners can enjoy impressive seafood buffets and sizzling steaks. The hotel and casino is a smoke-free environment and this includes no tobacco, no vaping and no cannabis. Smoking is banned for up to 5 meters from any doorway or window and the hotel doesn’t permit the consumption of personal alcohol in the rooms, hallways, lobbies and stairwells. If guests are searching for a big city resort experience with dining, a casino, and entertainment tucked into a small city, the Camrose Resort Casino has you covered. Among the services they offer for brides and grooms, you can find set up, clean up, accommodations, bridal suite, catering / bar and event rentals. The hotel responds positively to the needs of the business traveler, while being an excellent destination for the leisure, recreational and family traveler. Be sure to take in our two complimentary Guest Appreciation nights on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and a hot breakfast buffet is included daily for all hotel guests. The casino has over 200 slot machines, VLTs, table games and poker room. Guests and visitors can dine in the Eats Restaurant, or in the Joker’s Den Pub inside the casino. These guidelines and standards aim to keep the content on Booking.com relevant and family-friendly without limiting expression of strong opinions. They are also applicable regardless of the sentiment of the comment. The staff at the hotel and casino are all very nice and friendly, really make your stay a great experience. The was also very good we ate in the Casino had the steak sandwich special done perfectly. Royalton Fit fitness programs allow you stay in shape on vacation. Fitness professionals can motivate you to reach your goals though instructor-led workouts as well as surf boot camps, kickboxing, spinning, aqua Zumba and sunrise yoga classes. Guests can also book a range of fitness and spa packages that include personal training, beach massages and beauty treatments. Family vacations are packed full of activities at Royalton Riviera Cancun. The Clubhouse Kids Club is open to 4 to 12-year-olds and is a great place for kids to socialize, play games, watch cartoons or run around on the playground. Teenagers can sign up for scuba diving lessons in the pool, try snorkeling or kayaking, or play billiards, ping pong or PlayStation in the Hangout Teens Lounge. The resort also hosts annual Seaside Summer Camps with fitness activities, arts and crafts programs, and outdoor games. Kids can also learn about diverse places and cultures through cooking classes and nature hikes. At the end of the trip I learned my mosquito bites were bed bug bites, which means I will have to toss my luggage.
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He was a Montreal Canadiens fan, member of L’AMAC music group, guitar player for many years at talent night with friends Gerard Romard and Chester Delaney, and he enjoyed his morning coffee with his fellow coffee drinkers. He was predeceased by brother-in-law Roderick Chiasson; sisters, Germaine Chiasson and Lorraine Muise; and sister-in-law, Emily MacGregor. Funeral mass was celebrated on Saturday, March 7th, in Église Saint-Pierre, Chéticamp, with Father Pierre Antoine St. Cyr officiating. Funeral is under the direction of Chéticamp Funeral Services Ltd. With broken hearts we announce the passing of Donald William MacKenzie , in his 85th year Monday, November 1st, 2021, at the North Shore Health Network, Blind River, Ontario. He was the beloved husband of Annie Muriel MacKenzie for 61 years and the loving father of Scott MacKenzie of Azilda, Ontario. Don was a dedicated husband, father, and grandfather. He was born in Orangedale, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia on June 15th, 1936. He moved to Elliot Lake in 1957 to begin a 39-year career at Rio Algoma Mines, retiring in 1996. During that time, in 1965, he and his family became residents of the Algoma Mills area. He loved listening to Celtic fiddle music while there and at home. No matter what his son or grandchildren were doing he was always there to support them. As per Don’s request, there will be no visitation or service at this time. Cremation has taken place and he will be returned to Cape Breton Island at a later date. The family would like to thank their special neighbours Sally and Doug Folz for all their concern and kindness during his illness as well as our friends and neighbours past and present. The family would also like to thank Dr. Jeeves and staff at the emergency department, North Shore Health Network , Blind River, Ontario, for their care and compassion. If so desired donations to the NSHN in Blind River would be greatly appreciated. It is with sadness that we announce the death of Theresa Hogan , at the Trillium Hospital, Mississauga, on Saturday, November 20th, 2021. Born in Rocky Ridge , Nova Scotia, Theresa was in her 88th year. She is survived by her son Michael , her sisters Josephine , Tena , Betty, and her brother Anthony , as well as her sisters-in-law Mary and Helen Campbell. After moving from Cape Breton to Toronto, Theresa worked for Kimberley-Clark Paper until the birth of her son Michael. Theresa with her husband John, worked tirelessly as advocates for the mentally handicapped on behalf of their son Michael. Theresa loved reading, book clubs, music, and her vacations in Cape Breton. She had a great appreciation of family and dedication to the well-being of her son. On her husband’s retirement, she moved from Scarborough to Amica in Mississauga. On behalf of Theresa, her family would like to thank Amica for the happy years she and John spent there, as well as the caregivers for their love and kindness to Theresa as her health deteriorated. We also want to thank Trillium Hospital for the wonderful care in these difficult COVID times. A funeral mass will be held at Saint Patrick’s Church at 921 Flagship Dr., Mississauga, on Wednesday, December 8th, 2021. For those who wish, donations may be made to Community Living Toronto. It is with great sadness that the family of the late Matilda “Tillie” O’Neill announce her passing at the Western Memorial Regional Hospital on Sunday, January 26th, 2020, at the age of 95 years. She will be sadly missed by her son Chip in Fort Saskatchewan; her four daughters, Elaine O’Neill in Kippens, Cora Watkins in Fort McMurray, Marie O’Neill in Fort McMurray, and Cindy O’Neill in Cape Breton. She was predeceased by her husband Remi; her parents Placid and Catherine LeBlanc; her siblings, Lucy, Bill, Jack, Mary, Hughie, Ida, Dot, and Tom. She truly saw the good and value in others, and she readily welcomed everyone into her home for a cup of tea, a lunch, a chat, and a laugh. She loved family, humour, food, playing cards, music, painting, and having a crowd in for a party. In the big kitchen in heaven, Tillie has already started on a new batch of meat pies. The family received friends at Russell’s Funeral Home in Stephenville on Monday January 27th and on Tuesday January 28th. Funeral services took place on Wednesday, January 29th from St. Stephen’s Parish on West Street.
Kathryn loved to play bridge and enjoyed weekly games. She was much appreciated by her friends who enjoyed her sense of humour, her kindness and thoughtfulness, never forgetting a friend’s birthday or a chance to donate to charitable causes. Kathryn was predeceased by her husband, Jim, in 2016 as well as her sister, Gwen Slipp, in 2018. In the latter year of her life, Kathryn was a resident at the RK MacDonald Nursing Home in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, where she enjoyed the company and kindness of the wonderful staff and fellow residents. There will be no funeral service, but a celebration of life was held at the Hartery residence, Port Hawkesbury on Saturday, March 19th. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Marks United Church, 504 Bernard Street, Port Hawkesbury, NS, B9A 2V2 or the Feed Nova Scotia Food Bank, 514 Granville Street, Port Hawkesbury, NS, B9A 2M9. Arrangements are under the care of Dennis Haverstock Funeral Home, Port Hawkesbury. Joseph Claude LeFort, 76, of East Margaree, Nova Scotia, passed away suddenly on December 26th. Claude was born on August 18th, 1943, at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Cheticamp, Nova Scotia, to Paul and Antoinette LeFort. As the eldest in his family, he went to work at an early age to help his mother and father provide for the family. They were living in Toronto at this time and Claude worked at the Goodyear Tire factory. Cyril and Michelle were born during Claude and Josephine’s time in Toronto. However, Cape Breton Island called them home and they returned in 1970. They returned first to Cheticamp, where Leroy was born and then finally settled in East Margaree. Claude and Josephine were married 53 years until Josephine’s sudden death on March 20th, 2017. After relocating to Cape Breton, Claude worked in the forestry industry cutting pulp, running machinery and driving a truck for Joseph A. LeBlanc Ltd. and John E. MacLean Enterprises. In the late 90s, he worked for a short time in Northern Alberta. Claude was an avid card player and loved attending local card plays. He also loved to fish and was known by all the fly fisherman on the Margaree River. He was a lifetime honourary kinsmen, being one of the founding members of the Margaree Kinsmen Club. Most of all he was very proud of his family, especially his grandchildren. They will all miss his phone calls, card games, and trips to the restaurant for fish and chips. Claude is preceded in death by his wife Josephine and brothers Russell, Armand and Cyrille. Visitation was held on Monday, December 30th, at St. Michael’s Parish Hall. Funeral mass was held on Tuesday, December 31st, at St. Michael’s Church, East Margaree, Nova Scotia, with Fr. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of choice. Pepere, we will carry you with us till we see you again. Hugh Rankin Beaton, 71, of Pictou, passed away peacefully Thursday, September 6th, 2018, in the Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Inverness, on December 14th, 1946, Hugh was a son of the late Angus and Flora Beaton of Mabou. Hugh retired from Nova Scotia Power, Trenton Generating Station, where he was employed as a power engineer for 22 years. Prior to his employment at Nova Scotia Power, he was employed as a power engineer at Crossley Carpet, Truro, and Gulf Oil Refinery in Point Tupper. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brother, Clarence; and sister, Angela. Hugh was a loving husband and father and a devout family man.
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Wallie loved nothing more than sitting in his living room surrounded by his family, especially his five special grandchildren who he adored. A lover of country music and a huge fan of The Eagles, he was happiest listening to music, playing guitars, and having a sing song in his home. His door was always open, the tea was always on, making his home a place where people were always welcome to share stories and enjoy the ocean view. Occasions were always celebrated to the fullest, especially birthdays in Wallie’s home. He loved watching the Leafs and spent many years in the rinks around the province with his children. Later in life he took great pleasure in following his son’s horses around the Maritimes and he also enjoyed his many years around the track where he videoed the races for almost 30 years. To all that knew him, he was considered a good friend. He lived his life as it should be, showing kindness, generosity, and love. He taught us all to respect and appreciate the beauty of Inverness and our surrounding areas, especially his favourite hunting spots such as Broad Cove and Site Point. Visitation took place in Inverness funeral home Friday, October 19th. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Saturday, October 20th in Stella Maris Church Inverness, with Fr. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to Inverness Palliative Care Society or to the Inverness Hospital Foundation. She is survived by her children Edna Poirier, Gerard Chiasson, Sylvia Boudreau, and Robert Chiasson. She had a large extended family, whom she cherished.
- Cremation has taken place with funeral at a later date in St Matthews United Church, Inverness.
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- Due to the COVID-19, mass and celebration of life to follow.
- Camrose Regional Exhibtion Grounds and JoJo’s Maze Craze and 18 Hole Mini Golf are also worth visiting.
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The casino is home to ten restaurants including the Cedar Express, the Cedar, Couchiching Court all you can eat buffet, the Firestarter Loung and Dream Catcher Sports Lounge. If you want a fast snack and a coffee then stop by Legends which is right next to the casino floor. The Casino Rama offers the best in casino entertainment with a youthful vibe and a very positive energy. This casino offers the largest casino with the best casino action around with an intense focus on gaming. Casino Rama is an incredible casino experience with the best and brightest in entertainment appearing on a regular basis. Penn and Teller, Christoper Cross, Russell Brand , Charlie Pride and others are stars that make appearances at the Casino Rama. The casino also offers excellent hotel accommodations, with spa, pool and fitness center. The Hotel’s restaurant is known as Les Délices du Petit Manoir du Casino. A family-type restaurant, it offers our clientele of both the hotel and the pavilions a large variety of menus featuring comfort food such as brochettes, grilled meats, pizzas and seafood dishes as well as tasty daily menus. They may not have the largest number of games available in the casino, but there are still wide variety for anyone to choose from. Slot machines include the traditional slots, video slots and progressive slots among the more than 200 machines on the floor. 12 table games are found that include blackjack, baccarat, Texas hold’em and roulette. The poker room offers 6 tables and has limit and no limit games. There are also other tournaments for slot machines and table games that occur on a regular basis.
As per Mom’s wishes, cremation has taken place under the care of Dennis Haverstock Funeral Chapel, Whycocomagh. A graveside service will take place at a later date. Memorial donations in Mom’s memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. It is with deep sorrow and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Joseph “James” Poirier, 68, of Inverness. James passed away peacefully on Friday, March 20th, 2020, in Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital with his loving family by his side. Born on September 8th, 1951, he was the son of the late John James and Julia Poirier, and stepson of late Margaret Poirier. As a carpenter and handy man, he was employed in the building of the Inverness Arena, refurbishing many local homes, and always willing to share his talents with others if anything needed fixing. After the sale of the J&H Diner, he began his employment with Shean Co-op for the next 32 years, starting as delivery driver and working his way up to department manager of produce. He was an avid hunter and fisherman teaching his children the skills and appreciation of both sports. James liked to dance and in better days would be the first on the floor and the last to leave. He enjoyed a good game of crib, 45s, or a competitive game of auction. But it was bingo that he enjoyed the most and many times filled in as caller. Being able to play bingo at home during his disability gave him something to look forward to. He was a true Toronto Maple Leaf fan and sadly didn’t get to fulfill his wish to attend a game. Holidays and special events were always celebrated and family, friends, and co-workers always welcomed to socialize. On March 1st, 2011, life changed and he was forced to give up his employment and involvement in community activities when he became disabled with Parkinson’s Disease. He fought a courageous battle for the past nine years before the disease and other health complications ended his fight this past week. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by an infant daughter; an infant sister; adopted brother, Gerald MacDonald; aunts, Margaret Webb and Mary H. Chiasson; step uncles and cousins. Donations in James’ memory can be made to Inverness Volunteer Fire Department, Stella Maris Building Fund, or Parkinson’s Association. Due to present circumstances, visitation and funeral will be scheduled at a later date to be announced. Words of comfort may be forwarded to the family at Walk freely with the angels! On Sunday, March 6th, 2022, Kathryn Jean Graham, 90, passed away peacefully in St. Martha’s Regional Hospital, Antigonish. Her first job was at the Dalhousie Registrar’s Office and during that time she met Jim Mackenzie Graham of Hazel Hill, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia, the man she would eventually marry. Kathryn’s adventurous spirit took her on working periods in London, England, where she was employed with the Pearl and Dean Company for a year and then on to New York City for a few months. However, Halifax and Jim beckoned and in 1957 she returned and reconnected with him, subsequently marrying at the family home in Halifax the following year. Shortly afterwards they moved to Utah, USA, where Jim had secured a position with Bestwall Gypsum, later to become Georgia Pacific Corp.
Samira Shariff, president of CPK Canada, said the story for opening the Edmonton location spans back to 1985, when she and her husband first tried the restaurant while on vacation in the U.S. If you’re looking for the very best experience, then definitely stay at River Cree’s resort. You get to skip on the annoyance of having to travel to and from the casino, which can be a major time waster. On top of that, the resort is full of various benefits you’ll have to individually hunt down. If you’re driving, the complimentary parking alone makes booking a room at the resort worth it. The schedule is always presented on the official website or social media platforms. If your choice is karaoke, check the special deals that include food as well. By the way, the lounge offers a special drink every day of the week. Although it’s not the most prominent casino in Alberta, one will be able to entertain himself. Two hundred slots, tables games such as Roulette, Mini-Baccarat, Blackjack Switch , and many others are at your service. Alongside this, the venue hosts a poker tournament every first Sunday of the month. The only thing to be said is that booking reservations must cover a minimum of four to five days. There are so many things to do that you literally won’t have a lot of time to rest. First, there is no need to worry about your accommodations. Various promotions, daily deals and much more facilitate the luck and improve everyone’s chances to win. Consider coming here in case there is an occasion you wish to celebrate. Separate rooms, always available for reservation, are a good choice to spend an evening with a nice company, in a nice location. If you’re thinking about taking the family, they have plenty of on-site activities to keep everyone happy including a golf simulator and a water park. This truly is a dream destination for people both young and old. Over 1000 slot machines and 50 gaming tables are available to satisfy every betting need. And if that isn’t enough for you, world class entertainers such as Diana Ross and Clearance Clear Water Revival appear regularly at the casino entertainment venue, providing fantastic nightlife for all to enjoy. River Cree Resort and Casino is the exception to the rule in Alberta that most casinos are small. Located on 49 acres, this property provides extensive amenities. The resort comprises of a Marriot Hotel, the casino, an indoor pool and fitness center as well as two NHL size hockey rinks. This casino is definitely a great destination for gamblers. There are no limitations for online entertainment, so Alberta residents can experience real fun when visiting any recommended Alberta online casino with its vast gaming library and generous promotions. It’s really difficult to visit this province and pass by all those casinos as there are over 25 ones. Some of them are charitable organizations, while others are government-owned or launched by the First Nations. But it doesn’t mean that gamblers aren’t interested in their online analogs. Redfin Unlimited Liability Company is a licensed and registered real estate brokerage in British Columbia and Ontario only. School service boundaries are intended to be used as reference only. To verify enrollment eligibility for a property, contact the school directly. With so many games to choose from, you would expect the same in terms of restaurants. Casino Rama doesn’t disappoint in this area either.
- Joseph Claude LeFort, 76, of East Margaree, Nova Scotia, passed away suddenly on December 26th.
- Cremation has taken place, funeral arrangements at a later date.
- Jane was always there to cheer on her children and later her grandchildren at quite a few school and sporting events and dance recitals; she never missed a chance to celebrate their accomplishments.
- The River Cree Resort and Casino is a one of a kind casino in Alberta.
- With tremendous sadness, we would like to announce the death of Duncan Cummings on Saturday, September 14th.
- Two restaurants provide different types of atmosphere and food.