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|Title:||Alberta bingo industry review : findings and recommendations of the Bingo Review Committee|
|Authors:||Bingo Review Committee (Alberta)|
|Keywords:||Gambling -- Economic aspects -- Alberta;Bingo -- Government policy -- Alberta|
|Abstract:||The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) initiated a review of the bingo industry in August 1998 due to suggestions for improvement by industry stakeholders and complaints in matters such as accessing bingo and the allocation of bingo events. The bingo review is the first comprehensive review of the bingo industry after more than 20 years, during which time bingo has grown into a sizable gaming industry and its regulation has become more complex. The AGLC appointed the Bingo Review Committee in December 1998 to conduct the review based on the terms of reference document entitled Review of the Bingo Industry, which lists more than 90 specific questions or matters to be addressed (see Appendix 1).|
|Appears in Collections:||Gambling Literature|
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