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    Conducting gambling business in Canada is illegal until it is
    not legally regulated in accordance with the statements indicated in the country’s Criminal Code as well as sanctioned by the
    authorities of all the Canadian provinces. The legislating responsibilities have
    been delegated to provinces, considered to be the
    main stakeholders when it comes to casino or poker room legalization. The full powers have been granted to local powers in 1985, and since then the sphere of influence remains untouched (therefore, only the provinces are eligible to authorize a gambling

    The Criminal Code contains two sections that represent core appropriations that regulate the country’s gambling industry.
    Despite the fact that all the provinces take part in the national lottery program, the
    provincial or regional authorities are entitled to permit or prohibit the activity.
    Therefore, the senior officials of Alberta may ban the particular game of chance on the territory of the province, while the same activity can function in Ontario at the same time.

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    Online Casino Canada: Responsible Gambling

    The year of 2004 heralded the era of new attitude towards gambling organization and virtually all the
    stakeholders involved in gambling activities. A large cohort of non-profit establishments,
    gambling providers and regulators united their efforts towards transparent and responsible gambling in Canada within the 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.
    The digest includes statistical data on the state of affairs in each Canadian province:
    from overall revenues and quantitative characteristics
    on gambling businesses to revenue distribution and highly specialized data.

    The digest itself represents a nicely crafted document with dozens of tables, charts and trends that characterize the development of the industry.
    The Gambling Digest is released publically, and available for download on the official CPRG website.