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Canadian Gaming Association disappointed Canadian Parliament voted against safe & regulated sports betting
CGB
The Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) is disappointed with the recent defeat of Bill C-221, The Safe & Regulated Sports Wagering Act, by a vote of 156-133 at second reading in the House of Commons. Full story
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Canadian Gaming Association applauds study confirming legalized and regulated sports betting is the key to protecting the integrity of sport
CGB
Following the defeat on September 23, 2016 of Bill C-221, The Safe & Regulated Sports Wagering Act, the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) is applauding a study commissioned by the American Gaming Association titled "The Key to Sports Integrity in the United States: Legalized, Regulated Sports Betting"Full story
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Gaming on gaming
CGB
Many of us in the gaming industry will admit that the word “gaming” is often used as a euphemism for gambling. Full story
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Liberals cancel Ontario lottery business sell-off
THE STAR
Queen’s Park has cancelled a high-stakes scheme to cash in on the sale of the province’s $3.8-billion-a-year lottery business, but will continue with “modernization” that should see players buying tickets on smartphones. Full story
Industry News
IGT wins “Land-Based Industry Supplier of the Year” and “Casino Product of the Year” at Global Gaming Awards (CGB)
NYX Gaming Group recognized as the Top Digital Gaming Innovator at Global Gaming Awards (GCB)
 
Operations
Big Players looking to cash in at new Woodbine Casino (Our Hometown)
N.Y. company hopes to be first with skill-based slots (CTV)
 
Engagement
Responsible Gambling Council to talk problem gambling in Sudbury, Ont. (CBC)
New Brunswick considers rule changes for Chase the Ace (CBC)
 
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