Alberta Lotteries and Gaming : Summit 1998 report : A public input process
AuthorAlberta Lotteries and Gaming
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AbstractSummarizes the Alberta Lotteries & Gaming Summit held to assess the status of gaming in the province and to determine whether any changes are needed. Begins with an overview of Summit organization and procedures, then reviews issues of concern discussed by most of Summit participants: gaming policy, the impact of gaming, allocation of gaming profits, support for gambling addiction treatment, accountability, prohibition or limiting certain forms of gaming, and others.
PublisherAlberta Lotteries and Gaming
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