The Canadian Gaming Association is thrilled to be able to say “welcome back” as Canada’s gaming industry slowly begins to re-open. First up are Alberta and Nova Scotia, who announced that they will allow casinos to open their doors to employees, customers, charities and communities. This is a milestone worth celebrating. Read the full statement…

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The CGA is actively communicating with governments at the provincial and federal levels to advocate for our industry and ensure that support for employees and business is available. We continue to cooperate with our industry partners and are building alliances with other national and provincial associations in the hospitality industry to ensure that the gaming…

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The CGA is actively communicating with governments at the provincial and federal levels to advocate for our industry and ensure that support for employees and business is available. We continue to cooperate with many provincial gaming associations across the country and are building alliances with other national and provincial associations in the hospitality industry to…

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The CGA continues to actively communicate with governments at the provincial and federal levels to advocate for our industry and ensure that support for employees and business are available. We have have been cooperating with many of the provincial gaming associations across the country and have begun to build alliances with other national and provincial…

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As COVID-19 continues to spread across Canada, our gaming industry is doing its part by closing down casinos, casino amenities, and community gaming centres. This is unprecedented and will have far-reaching impacts, not just on employees, but also the various businesses and suppliers that work with us. The Canadian Gaming Association is reaching out to…

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BILL INTRODUCED TO ALLOW SINGLE-EVENT SPORTS BETTING The Safe and Regulated Sports Betting Act was introduced in Parliament yesterday as a Private Member’s Bill by Kevin Waugh, MP for Saskatoon-Grasswood. The Bill will seek to amend the Criminal Code to make it legal to bet on the outcome of a single sporting event. Canada has…

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CGA@ICE – ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL GET TO KNOW GAMING CANADA EVENT CGA returned to ICE with a special briefing and reception on Monday, February 3, 2020 at Canada House in Trafalgar Square. Members and invited guests learned about iGaming opportunities in Ontario, regulatory changes and updates, and why Canada is a great place to do business.…

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SUPREME COURT GRANTS INTERVENOR STATUS AND SINGLE-EVENT SPORTS BETTING GETS SUPPORT IN FEDERAL ELECTION The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) has had a busy week. Yesterday, we learned that the Supreme Court of Canada has granted the association’s motion to intervene in the Atlantic Lottery Corporation Inc. v. Babstock. The CGA will intervene in support of…

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WELCOME TO CGA’S NEW MEMBERS! operators, manufacturers and suppliers to Canada’s gaming industry. We work to create alliances with lottery corporations, regulators, and other industry stakeholders to encourage joint participation to advance issues of common cause. If you’d like to join our members, please visit canadiangaming.ca/membership for more information and to access an application form.…

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