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Title: Gambling Problems in First Nations and Inuit Communities of Québec: A Brief Status Report
Authors: Papineau. Élisabeth
Keywords: Compulsive gambling -- Québec (Province);Indians of North America -- Gambling -- Québec (Province);Inuit -- Gambling -- Québec (Province)
Issue Date: Feb-2010
Publisher: Institut national de santé publique du Québec
Abstract: This report presents an overview of the data on gambling habits and problems in First Nations and Inuit communities of Québec. We will look at international research data on gambling and aboriginal populations, explore gambling opportunities available to First Nations and Inuit communities of Québec, and lastly examine prevalence data specific to Québec.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/49224
ISBN: 978-2-550-58613-5 (PDF)
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