Canadian Sports Betting Bill Dies (update)

Parliament adjourns without holding third reading

Sports betting in Canada has reportedly been shelved as the Canadian Senate adjourned for the summer without a third reading or vote on private member bill C-290 (see previous InfoPowa reports).
The bill, which seeks to amend the criminal code to allow single-game sports betting, has been kept in protracted limbo in the Canadian Senate following its unanimous approval and passage from the House of Commons in 2012.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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