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Canada’s sports betting hearings threatened by Trudeau’s ’emergency recess’ 

Further frustrations appear on the legislative horizon for the Canadian sports betting marketplace, after the Liberal Party government prorogued Parliament until 23 September.  The decision to recess Parliament and Commons presents a blow to the progress of Bill C-221, Canadian betting’s third attempt to implement a federal framework for ‘single sports wagering’. Authored by long-term sports betting advocate Brian Masse, …

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Masse pushes for third Canadian Single Sports Betting Bill

MP Brian Masse, the representative for Windsor West Ontario, has put forward his third attempt to legalise ‘single sports wagering’ federally across Canada. Despite securing cross-party support, in 2016 Masse’s Bill C-221 ‘The Safe & Regulated Sports Act’ was rejected in its final Ottawa House hearing, as PM Justin Trudeau’s newly installed Liberal Party refused to support a Canadian wagering …

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New Hope? – Canada set to review new C-122 ‘single sports betting bill’

Canadian gambling stakeholders and political backers are aiming to breathe new life into the nation’s sports betting agenda, by presenting Bill C-122: ‘The Safe and Regulated Sports Betting Act’, to Ottawa’s House of Commons. C-122 is expected to gain a second review this Tuesday, with Canadian news sources claiming that the bill has the support of Canada’s Chamber of Commerce. …

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