Ontario's provincial online gambling monopoly reports revenue up more than one-fifth to C$124m in 2019-20, but still lags BC, Quebec.
Ontario's plans to liberalize online gambling market slammed by provincial auditor as conflict of interest for gambling regulator.
Ontario offers details on its plans to license private online gambling operators; federal single-event sports betting push revived.
Quebec's online gambling revenue soars during pandemic lockdown; 2020 election is PlalyNow gambling site's most popular betting event ever.
Ontario approves reopening most of its casinos but with strict social distancing requirements and no table game operations for the time being.
Ontario gives C$500m line of credit to provincial gambling monopoly Ontario Lottery & Gaming to ensure survival during COVID-19 casino shutdown.
Ontario's provincial gambling monopoly reports online gambling revenue up one-quarter to C$92m in 2018-19, still well behind Quebec and British Columbia.
Ontario's new Tory government plans to “establish a competitive market for online legal gambling” rather than stick with current PlayOLG.ca monopoly.
Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation reports fiscal 2017-18 revenue up 5.6% to C$7.58b, of which C$73m came via PlayOLG online gambling site.
Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation selects Bede Gaming to modernize its digital platform, new "enterprise-wide digital foundation" in place by 2020.