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Title: Accountability and Social Responsibility in Ontario's Legal Gambling Regime: Final Report to Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre (OPGRC)
Authors: Smith, Garry
Rubenstein, Dan
Keywords: Gambling -- Ontario;Gambling -- Government policy -- Ontario
Issue Date: 16-Nov-2009
Publisher: Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre
Abstract: This report explores commercial gambling in Ontario in relation to standards of accountability, social responsibility and acting in the public interest. The report considers enabling legislation; documents the organizational structures and policies used to administer legal gambling in Ontario; and reviews the academic literature on gambling administration in Ontario and other jurisdictions. In addition, senior officials involved in the operation and regulation of gambling, as well as those responsible for minimizing the incidence and prevalence of problem gambling were interviewed about Ontario policy and practices.
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