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While change typically requires time, other Canadian provinces like Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba, et al are increasingly more relaxed in their stance towards online gaming. There is less resistance to operators wanting to set up shop in Canada and run legal online gaming services. Nowadays, most everybody understands (regulators, business owners, and government bodies) that people have switched.
Dispensary Laws and Regulations for Alberta Retailers. Last updated, January 31, 2020. In the first year of legalized cannabis sales in Canada, Alberta led the way in the expansion of private retail, opening over 300 stores in 2019. Following a provincial framework governing cannabis use and sales, Alberta has modeled much of its cannabis dispensary laws around alcohol and tobacco regulation.
Alberta’s road test model was the third area Mason said would be modified. Through the use of a third-party, Alberta Transportation conducted a review of the province’s driver examination model, which underscored several issues, including road testing fees being the highest in Canada, a mistrust of the examination model by Albertans, and an overall flawed system.
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Lottery supplier NeoPollard Interactive has entered into a long-term agreement to develop a new online gaming platform for the Canadian province of Alberta. Following a competitive procurement process, the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) has awarded NeoPollard a seven-year contract to build and maintain the iGaming platform, alongside an option to extend the contract up.
According to the Calgary Sun, experts with Alberta Gaming Liquor and Cannabis have stated that casinos in the province will now be allowed to run 24-hour slot machines. A spokesperson with the association told the Calgary Sun that numerous casino operators were calling for this regulation change.