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Screen_Shot_2017-03-16_at_7.53.31_PMReliable information to CTV-3 news is that about twenty five employees of Princess Casino located at the Santa Elena border have been suddenly let go from their jobs.


According to a reliable source, the notice of termination came via abrupt phone calls to them indicating that they should not come to work the next day. We understand that some of the workers affected include supervisors, cleaners, dealers and casino attendants.


We have been unable to get any of the affected workers on the record and will follow-up on this report. We hope to get some verification from the Casino management.

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