Canadian gaming industry matures into one of the largest entertainment industries in the country, the CGA’s Economic Impact Study finds
18 October 2011
Impact spreads: Canadian companies now technology leaders, export gaming products internationally
TORONTO, ON, October 19, 2011 – Legalized gaming has nearly tripled in size since 1995, from $6.4 billion in gaming win to about $15.1 billion (2010) according to the most recent...
28 September 2011
TORONTO, ON, September 28, 2011 - Joe Comartin, M.P. Windsor Tecumseh, today introduced an Act to Amend the Criminal Code in the House of Commons to permit single-event sports wagering in Canada.
Sports wagering, estimated to be in excess of $10 billion...
10 August 2011
Special to Globe and Mail Update
Small players, however, are forced to find less obvious ways to get their piece...
Casino New Brunswick not so scary after all, a year after facility opens, concerns have mostly made way to praise
06 May 2011
When it was announced in 2008 that New Brunswick's first-ever casino would be built in Moncton, the word "increase" was often thrown around by local residents: increase in automobile traffic, increase in crime, increase in gambling addiction.
These concerns persisted over the next...
02 May 2011Re: Government-Sanctioned Online Gambling: Short-Sighted And Morally Bankrupt (April 20): Internet gambling has been available for more than 10 years. It’s a growing world-wide $30-billion business with the current Canadian market estimated as being in excess of $1-billion.
16 March 2011BY BRIAN CROSS, THE WINDSOR STAR MARCH 9, 2011
"Many, many" U.S. customers would return to Caesars Windsor if it could offer Las Vegas-style sports betting, says CAW Local 444 president Rick Laporte.
That's a big reason why the CAW, gaming industry officials, Ontario Finance Minister...