Canadian Gaming Association News

3 Nov 2020
Helping a gaming facility to open a sportsbook will serve as an economic stimulus, create hundreds of employment opportunities, and generate a significant new tax revenue stream for cities across Canada.
28 Feb 2020
In this week’s edition, the World Series of Poker is back in headlines, two U.S. states see sports betting progress, a new Las Vegas poker room in unveiled and Canada pushes for an improvement to sports wagering.
25 Feb 2020
The Canadian Gaming Association has thrown its support behind the Safe and Regulated Sports Betting Act, which would make it legal to wager on single sporting events.
17 Jun 2019
Gaming Laboratories International is joining the not-for-profit organization that works to advance the evolution of Canada's gaming industry.
29 Oct 2018
The CGA welcomes this deal and invites the National Hockey League to work with Canada’s gaming industry to bring legislative changes necessary to offer this same level fan experience to Canada.
30 Jul 2018
Carrie Kormos, Danielle Bush, Ilkim Hincer, Robert Scarpelli and Shelley White all join the Association's Board of Directors.
27 Jun 2018
The Canadian Gaming Association agrees with the recommendation to improve anti-money laundering policies and practices in B.C.'s gaming industry.
12 Jun 2018
GGW will participate in the upcoming CGS to showcase and support the contributions of women leaders in the gaming industry during the annual event which takes place Monday, 18 June through Wednesday, 20 June 2018 in Niagara Falls, Canada.
14 May 2018
Earlier today, the Supreme Court ruled to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, opening the door for regulated sports wagering in the U.S. as 18 states have already introduced legislation.
27 Mar 2018
Minister David Eby’s requests enhanced information sharing between law enforcement and the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Center of Canada.
28 Jan 2015
CGA criticizes ongoing inaction by the Senate to pass Bill C290.
28 Jun 2013
The Canadian Gaming Association expresses frustration and disappointment that the Senate chose not to deal with Bill C290.