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.

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