There will be no online gambling for Canadian Maritime Provinces’ residents
This week, the Atlantic Lottery Corporation decided to break up the plans made by Canadian provinces to release online gambling services, announcing that it will not provide online gambling services to the five provinces where it operates - Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island. Still, the corporation did not clarify whether the decision was unilateral, or it made a proposal to the provinces, which they declined.
Previously, two provinces (Quebec and British Columbia) stated that they would join the online gambling sector with British Columbia, which already has a Playnow.com site. And even though it’s still reviewing the options, Ontario will also probably occupy the position to launch online gambling.
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