Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation reforms
Queen’s University law professor emeritus Stanley Sadinsky is available to talk about today’s report that recommends sweeping changes to the future direction of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.
The report’s recommendations include building a casino in downtown Toronto and ending the Slots at Racetracks program on March 31, 2013 (a move some horse track officials fear will kill the industry in Ontario).
Professor Sadinsky is an expert on gambling law and gambling policy. He is familiar with all aspects of gambling in Ontario (including casinos, Slots at Racetracks program, horse racing industry). In 2008, Professor Sadinsky wrote an 80-page Province of Ontario report on sweeping reforms to Ontario’s horse racing and breeding industry.
Please note Professor Sadinsky is only available after 4 pm today.
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