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|Title:||The interim report of the Standing Committee on Community Services : video gambling and gaming policies in Nova Scotia|
|Authors:||Nova Scotia. Standing Committee on Community Services|
|Keywords:||Video gambling;Gambling industry--Nova Scotia;Atlantic Lotto;Atlantic Lottery Corporation;VLTs|
|Publisher:||Province of Nova Scotia|
|Abstract:||The House of Assembly's Standing Committee on Community Services determined to look at the issue of video gambling and gaming policies in Nova Scotia on February 3, 1993. A series of public meetings were held commencing February 23, 1993 and concluding on March 16, 1993. These meetings were held at ten locations in the Province: Halifax, Sydney, Port Hawksbury, Antigonish, Westville, Truro, Bridgewater, Wolfville, Amherst and Yarmouth. The Committee heard a total of seventy individual submissions as well as receiving a number of written briefs or presentations. The Committee and members received correspondence and phone calls from many other Nova Scotians. Some research materials were provided to the Committee. The Committee is indebted to all of those individuals who made oral presentations and provided written materials or submissions to the Committee in the course of the hearings. The Committee commends all of those presenting and attending the public meetings for their public spiritedness.|
|Appears in Collections:||Gambling Literature|
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