Pressing Its Luck
REPORT June 9th

How Ontario lottery and gaming can work for, not against, low income households

Pandemic offers perfect opportunity for Ontario to kick its addiction to gambling proceeds
REPORT June 15th

The extended shutdown of casinos because of COVID-19 has caused Ontario Lottery and Gaming revenue to plummet, writes Cardus researcher Johanna Wolfert in The Ottawa Citizen. That’s also given the provincial government a taste of what life is like without gambling revenue.

Was it a crisis? No. And this opens the conversation about how Ontario can reform gambling, putting it to work for the province’s low-income and marginalized families, not against them. 

TVO
June 30, 2020

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

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Ottawa Citizen
June 15, 2020

Pandemic offers perfect opportunity for Ontario to kick its addiction to gambling proceeds

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570 News
June 10, 2020

Putting gambling revenue to good use

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June 10, 2020

Ontario's Gambling Monopoly is a Tax on Marginalized Families

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