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COVID has once again forced Ontario to shut down its retail casinos. The shutdown comes as the wait continues for privatized iGaming.
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The Canadian Gaming Association has taken on four new board members as the country prepares for its foray into regulated online gambling.
FanDuel and PointsBet have created new leadership roles in Canada, while DraftKings has signed a sponsorship deal with Wayne Gretzsky.
Rush Street Interactive is launching its Casino4Fun play money product in Canada, in preparation for Ontario's iGaming launch.
Bill C-218 came into effect today, striking down the federal prohibition on sports betting. Here are the provinces that have implemented it.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario has released a guide on how to become a legal online casino and poker operator.
The Ontario Alcohol and Gaming Commission has released its "Registrar's Standards for Internet Gaming." Here's what's in them.
Bill C-218, repealing the prohibition on single game sports betting in Canada, now needs only Royal Asset to become law.
Canadians have long been able to play poker on PokerStars, but had been denied access to its casino and sportsbook until last week.
Canada's single game sports wagering bill is proceeding apace, but required an amendment to protect the country's racetracks.
The Alberta government's online casino site, PlayAlberta, has rolled out new live dealer products courtesy of Evolution Gaming.
Canada's latest sports betting bill, C-13, has fallen by the wayside in favor of its predecessor, C-218, which now heads to committee.
The Atlantic Lottery may soon bring online casino games to Nova Scotia, yet the province just cancelled a crucial gambling awareness program.
New Brunswick allowed the Atlantic Lottery Company to begin offering online casino games in August. PEI and Nova Scotia now consider following suit.
After three failed attempts, Canada is taking another stab at removing its prohibition on single-game sports betting, and this one looks likely to succeed.
In its 2020 budget, the Ontario government under Doug Ford has promised to introduce legislation to break the government monopoly on legal online gambling.