After years of promises, Canadian province of Alberta finally launches its bare-bones online casino and lottery site PlayAlberta.
Canada’s casinos are slowly crawling back to life after COVID closures but operating restrictions make them far from lively.
The Canadian province of Alberta picks NeoPollard Interactive to power its long-delayed online gambling platform, which hopes to launch in mid-2021.
Alberta’s government still wants locally governed online gambling, but the regulator that would oversee it notes it may still take time.
Former VIP manager at BC's River Rock Casino sues Great Canadian Gaming, says he won't be 'fall person' in money laundering inquiry.
The Canadian province of Alberta issues request for proposal to companies interested in powering a government-run online gambling operation.
British Columbia authorities arrest nine members of a gang that allegedly laundered millions of dollars through BC casinos.
Full House Lottery warns players that emails directing them to website seeking personal data are a phishing scam, likely from database hack.
Alberta isn’t ready yet for online gambling, despite the province’s revenue crunch. That’s according to Finance Minister Joe Ceci.
Alberta becomes the latest Canadian province to roll out the responsible gambling program GameSense, joining Manitoba and Saskatchewan.