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 in order to ensure the success of the gambling industry and at the same time attract visitors to play in their jurisdiction.

Two weeks ago, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. (OLGC) has awarded Great Canadian Gaming Corp. and Brookfield Business Partners LP the license to operate gaming facilities in the Toronto area that is estimated to generate US$788 million dollars.

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