Gambling in Canada 2001
SubjectGambling -- Economic aspects -- Canada
Gambling -- Government policy -- Canada
Gambling -- Social aspects -- Canada
Gambling -- Canada -- Statistics
Gambling -- Canada
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AbstractBecause of the need for comparability across the provinces, a unique data set has been created for this study. In some cases, the results within may not directly compare to Statistics Canada data, provincially reported figures, public accounts and bond rating agency data. The data presented in this study rationalize the number of different ways in which revenue is reported in each province. The Canada West data allow for a more consistent provincial representation of gambling data.
PublisherCanada West Foundation
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