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Tag Archives: parents and gambling
The British Columbia government’s recent moves to modernize liquor regulations have been generally well-received. But with younger family members now able to enter pubs with their parents, a number of changes were needed to BCLC’s lottery business within bars and … Continue reading
The U.S.-based National Council on Problem Gambling together with McGill University’s International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors have worked for the past couple of years encouraging lottery organizations like BCLC to warn parents about the risk of … Continue reading
This week’s poster, Darren Groth, is by day one of BCLC’s GameSense Team Leaders, but by night and many weekends is an award-winning published novelist. T’was the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, … Continue reading
For several years gambling researchers and problem gambling prevention specialists have voiced concern about “virtual gambling” being conducted on Facebook. There are hundreds of apps that simulate gambling on slot machines, bingo, and almost any other type of casino or … Continue reading