Royally Flushed. Reforming Gambling to Work For, Not Against, British Columbia
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AbstractIn Royally Flushed: Reforming gambling to work for, not against, British Columbia, think tank Cardus shows how the lowest-income households in B.C. pay the provincial government an estimated 4% of their annual incomes through gambling – twice the proportion that the wealthiest British Columbians hand over to the government though games of chance. B.C.’s income tax system, by contrast, taxes the wealthiest families at nearly six times the rate of the province’s poorest.
Permission to include in the Alberta Gambling Research Institute research repository granted by Johanna Wolfert, Cardus on August 19, 2020.