Best Canada Casinos Online - April 2014 News Archive

This section lists news stories added here to Best Canada Casinos Online on April 2014.

BestCanadaCasinosOnline - News Archive - April / 2014

Some Advances Possible for Bitcoin in Online Gambling Added: April 28, 2014

There are an increasing number of conferences and expositions related to the virtual currency of Bitcoin these days, because of various reasons, including increasing interest and curiosity about it, in addition to issues that are related to legality, regulation and e-commerce. Recently a Bitcoin expo was conducted in Toronto by the Bitcoin Alliance of Canada, and while there were a wide variety of topics explored, one of those which always seems to gather some interest around it involves that of the currency's role in online gambling.

Sault Ste. Marie Develops Digital Gaming Task Force Added: April 21, 2014

The city of Sault Ste. Marie has taken a step forward designed to ensure that it will be a major player in the digital gaming space for years to come. In consideration for the fact that the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. is becoming privatized, the task force and the people behind it are interested in keeping the organization's head office in town and facilitating the expansion of other areas of the industry within the city by way of attracting other companies involved in the lottery and gaming sector.

Survey: Canadians Will Gamble Over $200 Million on Stanley Cup Added: April 18, 2014

Even though there is only one Canadian team that is competing in the Stanley Cup, there is going to be tremendous interest in sports betting activities surrounding the NHL championship, according to the Responsible Gambling Council (RGC).

BCLC Does Cutbacks, Concentrates Online Now Added: April 7, 2014

The British Columbia Lottery Corporation is undergoing a restructuring, and it is not necessarily because they are about to become much more innovative, although that may turn out to be the end result of what they are doing. The BCL see simply isn't generating enough revenue to offset the costs that are involved in employing all the people on its staff. They are not doing enough business. And so they are going to be shrinking the staff in an effort to stay in business.