CGA Research & Studies

Informing the Public Debate: Economic Impacts of Casinos

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Informing the Public Debate: Academic Research on Crime and Casinos

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Informing the Public Debate: Problem Gambling

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Informing the Public Debate: Academic Research on Social Costs and Casinos

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Informing the Public Debate: Cannibalization

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54% of Toronto Residents Support Idea of New Casino in Toronto

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Canadian gaming industry matures into one of the largest entertainment industries in the country, the CGA’s Economic Impact Study finds

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Canadian Gaming Association welcomes changes to allow enhanced sports wagering in Canada

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Internet Gaming in Canada Public Perception and Behaviour

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Issues to Consider in Implementing the Socio-Economic Impact of Gambling (SEIG) Framework

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National Gambling Report 2008 CGA Presentation

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How Prevalent is Problem Gambling? A Critical Overview of Problem Gambling Prevalence Research

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Employment Impact of Gaming Industry in Canada Much Greater Than Previously Understood

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Number one reason Canadians gamble is for fun, not money

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Landmark Economic Impact Study Reveals Gaming Industry in Canada Worth $15.3 billion in Direct Spending Alone

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Study reveals support for Canadian gaming industry

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In a recent poll of Canadian attitudes toward gaming, the overwhelming majority of Canadians see gaming as a fun, responsible and acceptable form of entertainment. The poll, conducted by PMG Consulting of Waterloo, Ontario, also found that Canadians are responsible gamers who self-regulate their spending and consistently play with a pre-determined limit.

Canadian Gaming Association – Study on VLT Gaming in Canada

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