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    the stakeholders involved in gambling activities. A
    large cohort of non-profit establishments, gambling providers and regulators united their efforts
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    framework of CPRG, or the Canadian Partnership for Responsible Gambling.

    Initially, the organization aimed at gathering comprehensive info on a broad variety of gambling aspects across Canada,
    and the result of the effort was the release of the gambling digest, now published annually.
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