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Canada: Union and MP call for legalization of single-game sports betting

The call is for single-game sports betting to be legalized in Canada to capture some of the $2 billion Canadians spend illegally on it.

Caesars Windsor lays off 45

45 layoffs at Caesars Windsor as customer numbers decline.

Vancouver Mayor's re-election bid includes moratorium on expanded gambling

Vancouver's Mayor promises citizens gambling expansion is off the table if he's re-elected.

Manitoba: Questions raised over high cost of management company fees

Questions are being asked about high fees paid to a U.S.-based management company by a First Nations casino.

Ontario casino unveils its $37.5m makeover

Brantford Casino has unveiled an expanded gaming floor, new restaurant and other additions.

Single-event sports betting could be legalized in Canada

A bill introduced into the House of Commons could potentially see single-event sports betting legalized.

AGA announces finalists for Gaming Industry Communications Awards

The American Gaming Association announced finalists for the 2011 Gaming Voice Awards, which recognize the gaming industry’s top achievements in public relations, marketing, advertising and financial and corporate communications.

Province wants cooperation to defeat casino crime

B.C. government looking to establish a cross-agency task force to tackle casino crime.

Century Casino Edmonton releases concert schedule

The Little River Band, Herman’s Hermits and tribute bands to both ABBA and Frank Sinatra headline upcoming concerts at Century Casino Edmonton.

Manitoba Gaming Supplier Regulatory Overview

Full Tilt Poker traffic now routed through Kahnawake Mohawk Territory

One day after its license to operate an online poker room was suspended by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, rumors are swirling that Full Tilt Poker may be looking to obtain a license from the Kahnawake Gaming Commission (KGC) to resume games.

Nova Scotia: New study into gambling ordered

New study into gambling-related suicides ordered by Nova Scotia government, after recent criticism.

Tax judge nails Toronto poker player

A poker player, who declared his loss as a business expense, has had his lawsuit dismissed.

IGT to supply terminals for Quebec Lottery

International Game Technology will provide 7,200 new video lottery terminals to be used by Loto-Quebec.

DEQ obtains British Columbia Gaming Services Supplier License

DEQ has obtained its Gaming Services Supplier license for British Columbia, Canada.

Online poker players in U.S. consider relocating to Canada to continue careers

Poker players in the United States may consider moving to Canada to keep earning a living.

Toronto: 3 charged in gambling extortion case

Three men, who targeted gamblers with fast loans, charged with extortion.

Ottawa: Gambling addicted priest to leave church

Priest, whose Ottawa church was audited, steps down and seeks treatment for gambling addiction.

Vancouver casino plans go up in smoke

Vancouver's City Council voted unanimously to kill a $500 million casino project that would have also featured two hotel towers.

B.C. police officer charged in casino theft

Off duty police officer charged with theft after allegedly stealing a ticket another gambler left in a slot machine.

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