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Long-awaited renos commence at Alberta casino

$6 million in improvements begins at Gold Dust Casino after delays.

Canadian Poker Tour expects large fields for event

The Canadian Open Poker Championship is an 11-day event featuring 13 events at three of Calgary's premier casinos.

Alberta thinking about online gambling

Alberta "considering" online gambling as a revenue source.

Ontario embraces online gambling

As speculated online gambling will be introduced in Ontario.

Canada overhauls gambling laws in crime crackdown

Canada changes regulations that will see certain illegal gambling charges upgrade to "serious crime".

Ontario: 6 accused of cheating

Six Midi Bac players accused of cheating Casino Rama.

Back to work for Casino Regina staff

Casino Regina settles its labour dispute after 52 days of strike.

Speculation Ontario may soon offer online gambling

Speculation among experts that Ontario may be next to offer online gambling.

WSOP brings together father and son

The unique egalitarianism of the WSOP Main Event was showcased in a special way at the ESPN feature table on Day 6 of the tournament as a Canadian optometrist with MS was cheered on by his son.

BC First nations to set up gambling body

B.C first nations will establish their own gambling authority in response to government lack of sharing of lottery revenue.

Gavin Smith wins first WSOP bracelet, $268,238

The “Best Poker Players Never to Win a World Series of Poker Gold Bracelet” list got one player shorter over the weekend, as Gavin Smith won the $2,500 Mixed Hold’em championship (Event #44) to earn $268,238 and his first WSOP bracelet on Saturday night.

Canada has lotto fever

Lottery mania and ticket buying continues as no winner yet for Canada's major jackpot.

Council approves liquor at casino

Great Canadian Nanaimo casino to serve liquor as license is approved.

November Niner earns first WSOP title, $481,760

Scott Montgomery, who finished fifth in the 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event, won the fourth $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em championship at the WSOP on Wednesday night to win $481,760.

Top-10 stories from the first half of the WSOP

More than half of the bracelet events at the 2010 World Series of Poker have been completed, and we’re just two weeks away from the start of the Main Event. Sounds like it's time to look back at the top stories of this year’s WSOP.

Quebecer wins WSOP pot-limit Omaha title for $315,311

Miguel Proulx of St. Charles, Quebec, won the $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha championship at the World Series of Poker early on Friday morning to claim his first WSOP bracelet and the first place prize of $315,311.

Lottery largest in Canadian history

No jackpot winner for 7 weeks means largest jackpot in Canadian history.

Montreal college student "goes wild," wins $568,974

Pascal Lefrancois, a 23-year-old college student from Montreal, Quebec, won $568,974 and the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em championship (Event #8) at the World Series of Poker in the early morning hours on Saturday, then promptly removed his shirt in celebration.

Casino Regina workers set to strike

Unions give strike notice at Casino Regina, casino responds with lockout notice.

Canadian business analyst collects $625,872, WSOP bracelet

Aadam Daya, a 31-year-old business analyst from Mississauga, Ontario, won the $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em championship (Event #3) at the World Series of Poker to collect a whopping $625,872 and his first WSOP gold bracelet. Daya topped a huge field of 4,345 players in the tournament, played over Memorial Day weekend.

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