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Gaming Control Law in Ontario (Print + ProView online)
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This resource provides a thorough understanding of the laws and policy directives governing the gaming industry. It's the only publication bringing together the plethora of regulatory requirements and explains the rationale behind them. This resource reviews and interprets legislation and regulations relevant to gaming in Ontario and covers the legal framework governing gaming premises, including:
  • Alcohol and Gaming Regulation and Public Protection Act, 1996 (Ontario)
  • The Gaming Control Act, 1992 (and Ontario regulations)
  • Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation Act, 1999 (and regulations)
  • Racing Commission Act, 2000 (Chapter 19 on Para Mutuel Wagering by Jean Major, CEO, Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario)
  • Relevant sections of the Criminal Code
  • Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (Canada) (and regulations)
  • Liquor Licence Act (and regulations) affecting gaming premises
Flow charts are also included to guide you through approval processes and regulatory requirements.
About the Author

Jacqueline R. Castel, LL.B., has more than 15 years of experience in gaming law and compliance. She began her career in gaming with the Ontario government, where she was involved in designing, setting up, and ultimately administering the regulatory framework governing casinos. Ms. Castel was part of the opening team of Casino Niagara and served as the company’s first General Counsel Corporate Secretary. She also served as Vice President, Legal and Administration, for Casino Rama, and has assisted the governments of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in drafting their casino gaming legislation. Currently, Ms. Castel is a member of and does adjudicative work for the License Appeal Tribunal and the Ontario Civilian Police Commission.