Gambling in Canada 2005: Statistics and Context
AuthorAzmier, Jason J.
OtherInstitute Funded Reports
SubjectGambling -- Social aspects -- Canada
Charities -- Canada -- Finance
Nonprofit organizations -- Canada -- Finance
Social surveys -- Canada
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AbstractThis document represents our third significant effort to introduce some much-needed clarity and understanding to the issues of the growth of gambling. Using statistics for the 2003-04 fiscal year and historical trend analysis, the main gambling policy issues are given a numerical context.
SponsorshipThis report was prepared by Canada West Foundation Senior Policy Analyst Jason J. Azmier, with the assistance of Policy Analyst Sarah Doruch, Intern Stephen Rimac, and Rhys Stevens of the Alberta Gaming Research Institute.
12 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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