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Title: Successful First Nations gaming in Canada : [program for conference held December 10-11, 1992, Vancouver, British Columbia]
Authors: Native Investment and Trade Association
Keywords: Gaming--Native communities;Casinos--First Nations;Gambling--British Columbia
Issue Date: 1992
Publisher: Native Investment and Trade Association
Abstract: First Nations in Canada have begun to seriously explore gaming. Early indications suggest that the growth of gaming in Canada may parallel that in U.S. The responsible development of gaming opportunities, however, requires an understanding of the legal and regulatory differences between the U.S. and Canada. In addition, there are further legal, business and planning realities peculiar to gaming operations on aboriginal lands that tribal entrepreneurs, investors and advisors in this area should be aware of. A comprehensive 2 day program has been prepared to provide practical and timely information in this area.
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