Best Canada Casinos Online - May 2014 News Archive

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

BestCanadaCasinosOnline - News Archive - May / 2014

AGA Pulls Its Support For Online Gambling; What's the Fallout? Added: May 26, 2014

The Wall Street Journal reported this week that a decision has been made by the American Gaming Association to withdraw its support for the legalization of online gambling in the United States. Their determination was that it was not an issue they could "lead on" for a number of different reasons, on supposes, but for one reason first and foremost - they did not have all the major gaming companies (i.e., their clientele) in agreement on the issue. There are obviously many big companies who have been in favor of adopting online gambling and are participating in it right now in New Jersey. But the elephant in the room in the Las Vegas Sands, headed up by the man who has become the major nemesis for any efforts for legalization and regulation in the United States - Sheldon Adelson.

Ford is an Underdog to Win Re-Election to Mayor's Office Added: May 18, 2014

Abraham Lincoln once said, "Power corrupts. And absolute power corrupts absolutely." Is Toronto mayor Rob Ford corrupt enough to vote out of office? That is something residents of the city are going to vote on come October 27. But sports bettors in Canada and the rest of the world don't have to wait that long - they can bet on whether he is going to survive to serve another term, through a proposition that has been released at Bodog.

Frustration Over Non-Passage of Bill C-290 Continues Added: May 11, 2014

A recent editorial in the Windsor Star continued to hammer home the point that the Canadian Senate's inability to implement the one piece of legislation that could chnage everything when it comes to the Canadian gaming atmosphere, when it comes not only to land-based operations but online gambling as well.

Amaya Enables Canadians to Invest in U.S. Gaming Added: May 5, 2014

Even though Amaya Gaming hasn't exactly shown great performance in its earning figures lately, that doesn't mean the company, which is based in Quebec, can't wind up being a very worthwhile gamble for those investors who are bullish on the future of online gambling. And the irony here is that those Canadians who seek value in an Internet gaming-related investment may find it by way of the state of gaming in the United States. They are, in their own words, "engaged in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and sale of technology-based gaming solutions for the regulated gaming industry worldwide."