Why now may be the time for Ontario to go cold turkey on its gambling addiction


“It’s a tax in disguise and effectively a very regressive tax in disguise,” Brian Dijkema, vice president of external affairs at Cardus, tells TV Ontario as he outlines the problem with Ontario’s gambling set-up. He argues that the province should reform its casino and lottery operations so that they help, instead of harm, low-income Ontarians.

Topics: Gambling