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Tsuu T'ina Nation on track with $65M casino expansion project

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The Tsuu T'ina Nation of Alberta started construction on a $65 million casino expansion project that has neighbors worried about increased traffic.

The band is adding a 178-room hotel, a 2,000 seat entertainment venue and increasing the size of the gaming floor at the Grey Eagle Casino. Residents say they have been caught off guard by the project.

“We can’t just stick your head in the sand and say it’s not happening,” Wayne Frisch, the president of the Rutland Park Community Association, told The Calgary Herald. “We’ve got giant cranes over there right now and they’re digging up the foundations already.”

The gaming portion is expected to open in spring 2013. The hotel is expected to open in fall 2014.

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Nearby residents concerned about traffic problems caused by casino expansion (The Calgary Herald 12/3)

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