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OLG not failing gamblers

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Re: OLG’s hollow assurances, Editorial Jan. 7

OLG takes its responsibilities very seriously to assist those individuals who may be playing beyond their limits. In fact, Ontario is the world leader in this regard, allocates more funding — more than $48 million annually — than any...

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Casinos are doing their part to combat money laundering

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BY BILL RUTSEY, SPECIAL TO THE SUN


Provincial casinos have allegedly been implicated in some suspicious, money-laundering related, transactions lately.
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Peter Battistoni, Vancouver Sun, Special to the Sun

Casinos, like all other...

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Internet Gaming in Canada Public Perception and Behaviour

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During the 2010 Canadian Gaming Summit, Ipsos-Reid presented the results of a recent public opinion survey on Canadian’s attitudes and opinions towards Internet gambling. With Canadians currently spending close to a billion dollars online this research explores...

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Internet Gaming in Canada Public Perception and Behaviour

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During the 2010 Canadian Gaming Summit, Ipsos-Reid presented the results of a recent public opinion survey on Canadian’s attitudes and opinions towards Internet gambling. With Canadians currently spending close to a billion dollars online this research explores current online gamblers thoughts...

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Opinion Editorial -- Response to Globe & Mail series Bad Bets

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The facts are always a good bet

By Paul Burns, Vice President, Canadian Gaming Association

Canadians agree that people with severe gambling problems deserve help and support in dealing with their problems. There is no disputing that the stories profiled...

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News Release from University of Windsor -- Law professor questions liability of casinos to problem gamblers

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(WINDSOR, ONTARIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2009) – Casinos should not be financially liable to problem gamblers who violate self-exclusion agreements and enter gaming houses, says a UWindsor law professor.

“A problem gambler can never truly contract out their right to enter a gaming...

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