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|Title:||Proceedings of the Interprovincial Think Tank on Youth and Gambling : October 21-22, 1999, Winnipeg, Manitoba|
|Keywords:||Conference;Gambling--Manitoba;Gambling--Canada;Gambling--Youth;Addictions Foundation of Manitoba;Saskatchewan Health;Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC)|
|Publisher:||Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC)|
|Abstract:||The Interprovincial Think Tank on Youth and Gambling held at the Hotel Fort Garry in Winnipeg, Manitoba October 21-22, 1999 was a partnership project of the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba (AFM), Saskatchewan Health and the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC). The main purpose of the Think Tank was to provide people working with youth and youth gamblers the opportunity to discuss and share thoughts and ideas regarding gambling prevalence, resiliency and perceptions among young people. The ultimate goal was to promote relevant and effective community responses to youth and gambling issues. Three papers were commissioned for the Think Tank. The papers focused on the issues of youth prevalence of problem gambling, risk and resiliency, and perceptions of youth gambling.|
|Appears in Collections:||Gambling Literature|
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