Gaming review : expansion options and implications
SubjectGambling -- Government policy -- British Columbia
Casinos -- British Columbia
Casinos -- Government policy -- British Columbia
Gambling -- British Columbia
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AbstractTerms of Reference: To prepare for the consideration of the government a report on the economic and social implications of allowing additional gaming initiatives in British Columbia. These options are to cover the range from status quo to the establishment of Canadian-style (e.g. Windsor and Montreal) and/or destination casinos.
Peter Clark, project leader. Appendix A. Assessing the potential for expanded gaming opportunities in British Columbia / KPMG Appendix C. One-year review of Casino Windsor / KPMG.
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