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Single-event sports betting is heading for home in Canada. The game has changed since strike two.

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Bill C-218 is currently being debated at second reading in the Senate. "It’s a very different environment," says Paul Burns, president and CEO of the Canadian Gaming Association."There’s more stakeholder support (today)."

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CGA Academy launches new anti-money laundering training course
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Canadian sports betting: A long time coming (Canadian Gaming Business)

Numerous CGA members nominated for EGR North America Awards (Canadian Gaming Business)

theScore: Betting on home advantage (Canadian Gaming Business)
Alberta casino closures are costing charities & First Nations in the province (Canadian Gaming Business)
Atlantic Lottery commissions reports on iGaming and potential problem gambling (Canadian Gaming Business)

Pollard Banknote and OLG extend long-term instant lottery deal (Canadian Gaming Business)

Nova Scotia casinos close once again as province enters shutdown (Canadian Gaming Business)

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