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Canada’s Gaming Industry Believes Current AML Controls Work

   

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Paul Burns: The future of Canadian gaming is bright

Canada is currently positioning itself as an alternative gambling destination in North America. But with Las Vegas just around the corner, Canada needs to work double-time in order to compete with one of the world’s premier gambling hub. Paul Burns, vice president of Canadian Gaming Association, pointed out that Canadian government and stakeholders are teaming-up…

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Ipsos Summit Research

The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) commissioned a research study from Ipsos in Spring 2016 for the Canadian Gaming Summit. The data was presented by Paul Lauzon during the Canadian Gaming Summit in Ottawa in June 2016. The focus for the study was to examine how casinos could improve the overall offer, not only to keep…

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CGA Update – Looking Ahead to 2016

As we turn our attention to the year ahead, the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) would first like to applaud the role that Canadian gaming companies play on the global stage as leaders in innovation, product development and online gambling. Companies like Amaya and Intertain continue to dominate in markets all over the world and technology…

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Toronto City Council Puts Gaming Expansion Back on the Table

Gaming expansion is back on the table in the Greater Toronto Area after majority of councillors, including Mayor John Tory, voted on April 1 to direct the city manager to draft a report on the economic and social implications of increased gaming at Woodbine Racetrack. Toronto City Council under former Mayor Rob Ford had previously…

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Register Now for the 2015 Canadian Gaming Summit

The Canadian Gaming Summit is the only event of its kind in Canada and will take place in Windsor from June 16-18, 2015. The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) looks forward to welcoming you! We are in the process of finalizing the programing and are excited about the spectacular line up of presenters and exhibitors that…

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Alberta Should Consider Online Gambling

The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission had only just announced that it was considering getting into online gaming, and faster than the time it takes to play a hand of poker, the opposition attacked.

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