“At Woodbine Entertainment Group, responsible corporate citizenship is a never-ending journey
rather than a final destination.”
– James J. Lawson, CEO
SETTING YOUR PULSE RACING
Woodbine Entertainment Group (WEG) is Canada’s largest horse racing operator and a world leader in the sport. Its celebrated Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto hosts thrilling events, including the oldest thoroughbred horse race in the country, the Queen’s Plate, as well as sportscasts, slots and dining. Established in 1881 as the Ontario Jockey Club, the award-winning company also operates the Mohawk Racetrack and the WEGZ Stadium Bar, both in the greater Toronto area, and the betting website HPIbet. This multi-dimensional entertainment business takes pride in providing its customers with a superior experience. To ensure that this includes the digital experience, WEG has partnered with eSSENTIAL Accessibility to offer desktop and Android assistive technology apps for people with disabilities.
Visit The Racetrack
WEG’s Woodbine Racetrack has been named Top Choice Awards’ Entertainment Complex of the Year for several straight years. Come find out why! Follow exciting horse races, enjoy over 2,500 slot machines or dine at one of Woodbine’s fine restaurants. Woodbine Racetrack, Mohawk Racetrack and the WEGZ Stadium Bar offer many accessibility features. WEG’s policy is to allow free access to support persons for customers with disabilities, wherever admission fees are charged.
Find A Career Fit
Not every company can offer a wide range of roles to fit a range of skills and abilities. But at WEG, there are many ways a career can take shape. Nurture your love of horses, find opportunities in hospitality, or advance your corporate career. WEG is looking for unique and diverse talent to fill a variety of positions. The company is committed to providing a supportive and equitable workplace for all of its employees.
WEG is devoted to improving the quality of life in its neighbourhoods. It works passionately with local organizations to advance the health and well-being of the community. To date, WEG has contributed more than $10 million in combined corporate and in-kind contributions to a variety of programs, including the Community Association for Riding for the Disabled (CARD), which operates a therapeutic horseback riding program in the Toronto area.