Ontario Youth Gambling Report: Data from the 2009 Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey
SubjectTeenage gamblers -- Ontario
Gambling -- Ontario
Compulsive Gambling -- Ontario
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AbstractThis report describes gambling activity and gambling problems among Ontario students in 2009, and also examines the relationship between gambling problems and substance use problems, mental health problems, and delinquent behaviours.
SponsorshipReport Prepared for the Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario
Permission granted to archive report in repository by Shawn Yu, Assistant Manager of Communications and Online Services, Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario.
CorporateCentre for Addiction and Mental Health
FacultyCentre for Addiction and Mental Health
PublisherProblem Gambling Institute of Ontario
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