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$30 Million In Jackpots This Weekend

This weekend's LOTTO 6/49 and LOTTO SUPER 7 jackpots are worth a combined total of $30 million.

Think Big, Falls Mayor Urges

News Brief: It will take a ‘billion dollar baby’, like the spectacular Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, for Windsor to continue to compete with the Detroit casinos, say gaming analysts.

Mayor Surprised by Ontario Casino Decision

News Brief: An Ontario government decision that no new casinos will be developed has shaken Dryden Mayor Anne Krassilowsky.

Ontario Government Criticized for Inaction

News Brief: The Ontario government has damaged Windsor by dragging its feet over whether to expand Casino Windsor while its competition in Detroit forges ahead with development, says a leading industry analyst.

Ontario to Focus on a Sustainable Responsible Gaming Industry

The Ontario government reports its gaming strategy, which includes an increased focus on social responsibility and a commitment to ensuring the competitiveness of Ontario's gaming industry.

Alberta Tribal Casino Proposal Moves Ahead

News Brief: The Stoney Nakoda First Nations, through a company set up to launch a casino operation, is moving ahead with its proposal to build a casino and hotel development in Alberta.

Fraser Downs Approved by City Council

News Brief: The sale of Fraser Downs has been given approval by Surrey council, provided the purchaser meets a list of requirements.

Ottawa Won't Block Smoking Bylaw On Reserve Casino

News Brief: There are now officially two sets of laws when it comes to where people can smoke in Saskatchewan.

Nova Scotia Casino For Sale

News Brief: Caesar's Entertainment is putting its Nova Scotia Casino Hotel up for sale.

BetUS.com Updates Simpson Odds

Internet wagering on The Simpsons is continuing to take center stage at BetUS.com since the company posted odds on the mystery gay character who will be ‘outed’ in an upcoming episode.

Gambling Research Needed, Says Vancouver Councillor

News Brief: Vancouver city councillor Peter Ladner wants the province to set up an independent gambling research institute to study the effects of expanded gambling in B.C.

Casino Approved for BC City

News Brief: A $100-million destination resort casino has won final approval in New Westminster, with construction set to begin immediately.

Winning Lotto Jackpot Ticket Missing

Time is running out to claim a prize worth $250,000 for an ENCORE - LOTTO 6/49 ticket sold one year ago in Hamilton, Ontario.

Bookie Posts Odds on Gay Simpsons

Rumors that Springfield will legalize gay marriage on an upcoming episode of the Simpsons is sparking talk amongst fans that one of the main characters will come out of the closet.

New Research into Problem Gambling

The Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre today announced research awards examining such issues as the link between problem gambling and criminal behaviour.

River Rock Casino Parking Structure Near Completion

evada Gold & Casinos, Inc. report the substantial completion of the parking structures at the River Rock Casino in Sonoma County, California.

IGT Forms IGT-Canada

International Game Technology reports the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of its Canadian distributor, Hi-Tech Gaming, and the formation of IGT-Canada, Inc., a new subsidiary that will support sales and service for customers throughout Canada.

Smoking Ban In Canadian Aboriginal Casinos Called Unlikely

News Brief: A grace period on enforcing tough new smoking legislation in Saskatchewan will allow more time for the government to negotiate with aboriginals to approve new smoking rules for casinos, a native leader says.

Magna Won't Renew Greyhound Park Lease

Magna Entertainment Corp. says that it does not intend to renew its lease of Multnomah Greyhound Park in Portland, Oregon when the lease expires on December 31, 2004.

NHL Dispute Hurting BC Lottery

News Brief: The National Hockey League shutdown is costing the B.C. Lottery Corp. millions of dollars in lost hockey-wagering revenues.

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