Vancouver Sun columnist (no, not David Baines) gets pretty much everything wrong in an anti-gambling, anti-drinking, anti-whoring editorial.
Calvin Ayre welcomes BCLC's PlayNow.com back into the online gaming world, but thinks BCLC's projections of $150K/day revenue are out to lunch.
The relaunch of BCLC's troubled PlayNow.com fails to appear on schedule, despite getting the go-ahead from provincial regulators.
British Columbia's troubled online gaming site PlayNow is back up and running after a month offline. Provincial regulators claim all problems fixed.
Internal RCMP documents claim money laundering is rampant at Canadian land-based casinos.
Calvin Ayre likes Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation's plan for online gaming site, but takes issue with their attacks on other sites.
Calvin Ayre gives CBC's The National his thoughts on the Ontario government's plan to launch its own online gambling site.
Vancouver Sun hack writer David Baines' pro-government gambling monopoly stance is reminiscent of editorial positions taken by Soviet-era Pravda.
Calvin Ayre talks to the National Post's Diane Francis about the need for governments -- like BC's -- to look before leaping into online gambling.
Calvin Ayre discusses everything from BCLC's PlayNow debacle to the importance of having a competent Asian market strategy in this video interview.