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|Title:||Gambling in Canada : the bottom line|
|Authors:||Campbell, Colin S. (Colin Samuel), 1948-|
|Keywords:||Gambling -- Canada -- Congresses;Lotteries -- Canada -- Congresses;Gambling -- Government policy -- Canada -- Congresses;Lotteries -- Government policy -- Canada -- Congresses|
|Publisher:||Criminology Research Centre, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University|
|Abstract:||The contents of this volume present a selection of papers and dicussions presented at the Second National Symposium which brought together scholars, researchers, policy makers, gaming industry representatives, law enforcement authorities, elected officials, and representatives of charitable organizations. As with Gambling in Canada: Golden Goose or Trojan Horse?, the published proceedings of the First National Symposium, the purpose of this anthology is to stimulate and encourage open inquiry and debate on issues surrounding the rapidly evolving Canadian gaming industry. More than ever, open inquiry, dialogue, and constructive criticism are essential. Indeed, it will only be through open inquiry, dialogue, and constructive criticism that the real bottom line in Canadian gambling policies will ultimately be determined.|
|Appears in Collections:||Gambling Literature|
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