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Wednesday, August 10th

"The problem is that the government is actually addicted to the (gambling) revenue," Brian Dijkema, Vice President of External Affairs at Cardus, tells CKNW's Jas Johal. Listen in as Brian picks up on the latest Statistics Canada data on problem gambling to argue for total reform in B.C.

Wednesday, August 3rd

Media Coverage // Toronto Star

“We took an angle that often we don’t normally think of when we think of religious communities. We think of the work they’re doing in terms of them teaching their faith and serving the members of their faith,” Dr. Lisa Richmond, Vice-President of Research at Cardus, said. “But we said what kind of impact do these communities have on the economy?"

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