Canadian Gaming Association To Commission National Economic Impact Study
The Canadian Gaming Association (“CGA”) today released a request for proposals to engage a consultant to research, collate and document the economic impacts from all elements of the Canadian gaming industry.
In announcing the proposed study Bill Rutsey, CGA CEO stated, “In keeping with our mandate, the primary purpose of this research is to provide reliable, factual and unbiased information about the social and economic impacts of legalized gaming based upon the actual results reflected in independently derived statistical data.”
Gaming is a significant economic sector in
“We plan to release the findings at the annual Canadian Gaming Summit, taking place April 25-27, 2007 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre,” Rutsey added.
The Canadian Gaming Association represents
The request for proposal document can be found on the CGA website www.canadiangaming.ca