Gambling in Ontario : a report from a general population survey on gambling-related problems and opinions
AuthorFerris, Jacqueline Ann
Ontario. Problem and Compulsive Gambling Project
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AbstractEarly in 1995; a telephone survey of 1,030 Ontario adults on gambling behaviour and opinions was conducted for the Addiction Research Foundation by York University's' Institute for Social Research. The study provides an overview of the prevalence of gambling in Ontario, who gambles on which activities, and looks at the types of problems people report experiencing as a result of gambling.
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