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Hamm to Cut VLT Numbers, but Rejects Ban

News Brief: Nova Scotia Premier John Hamm was adamant he would not ban VLTs, but only reduce their numbers.

Nova Scotia Families Lobby for VLT Ban

News Brief: The families of five gambling addicts who killed themselves are joining a campaign to ban video lottery terminals.

Caesars Completes Nova Scotia Sales

Caesars Entertainment has completed the sale of its interest in the company that owns and operates two Nova Scotia gaming properties for approximately US $70 million.

Nova Scotia Could Lose $200 Million from VLT Ban

News Brief: Nova Scotia's Conservative government estimates the province would lose as much as $200 million annually if video lottery terminals were banned.

Nova Scotia Uses Smart Tool to Limit Gambling

News Brief: Gamblers in one Nova Scotia town have a smart new tool to help keep themselves from going wild on lottery machines.

Expert: Nova Scotia VLT Plan Falls Short

News Brief: One of Nova Scotia’s own experts on problem gambling is comparing the government's new gaming strategy to a stool that doesn't work properly.

Online Campaign Aims to Eliminate Nova Scotia VLTs

News Brief: A Nova Scotia citizens' group has launched an online campaign to get rid of all VLTs in the province.

Nova Scotia to Remove 1,000 VLTs

News Brief: Nova Scotia will be eliminating 1,000 video lottery terminals, about one-third of the total in the province, Premier John Hamm said.

Nova Scotia Premier to Cut VLTs

News Brief: Premier John Hamm says the province will take some video lottery terminals out of service to help combat ‘a very, very terrible issue here in Nova Scotia.’

Woman With MS Shown the Door

News Brief: A woman who suffers from multiple sclerosis says she was asked to leave the Halifax casino Friday night because an employee believed she was drunk.

Nova Scotia Casino For Sale

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

Nova Scotia to Fund Problem Gambling Program

News Brief: Interest from a $4-million surplus accumulated by the Nova Scotia Gaming Foundation will be spent on health promotion, including help for problem gamblers.

Activist: Don't Bet on Anti-Gambling Device

News Brief: An anti-gambling activist says Nova Scotia is wasting time and money by testing a new device meant to control problem gambling.

Nova Scotia Gambling Revenues Down

News Brief: Nova Scotians are betting more money than ever, but the provincial government's revenues from gambling are falling due to increased expenses.

Study: Gambling Hurting the Weakest

News Brief: Gambling in Nova Scotia is threatening the security of low-income earners, the less educated and seniors and is draining money from charities, a new study shows.

VLT Lawsuit a Long Shot, Believes Gambler

News Brief: Eric O'Rourke has bet on everything from horses to video lottery terminals in his life, but he says he won't stake anything on a class-action lawsuit filed last week.

Nova Scotia Government, Atlantic Lottery Sued

News Brief: The legal wheels were set in motion Tuesday for a potential class-action lawsuit against the Nova Scotia government and the Atlantic Lottery Corp. over video lottery terminals.

Inverness Raceway, Horsepower Finalize License Agreement

rsepower Broadcasting Network International Ltd. and Inverness Raceway have entered into a five year Horsepower Authorized Racetrack Affiliate license agreement.

Gambling Foes Warn of Unholy Alliance as Racinos Arrive in Maritimes

News Brief: Racinos are coming to the Maritimes (Canada) and proponents of the racetrack gaming centres say they're a sure bet to save the region's troubled harness racing industry.

Nova Scotia Sets Forth Casino Plan

News Brief: The provincial government is calling it the first step toward the future of gambling. But critics say the province got off on the wrong foot.

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