At Real Money Casino Canada we do our best to give you as much information on the gambling industry as we can, but there’s only so much we can say. To make sure you have somewhere to go once you have perused all of our content, feel free to check out the sites below. All of them offer something to the seasoned gambler, from information on laws and problem gambling, to advice, tips and a great deal more.

  • Problem Gambling: All developed countries have their own institutes for dealing with gambling addictions, and this is where Canadians go to get help and to learn more abut problem gambling. This has become a global problem, and one that is increasing in severity year on year. For most, gambling is harmless, it is something that is done on occasion and something that does not impact their careers, their home life or their health. For a small few, however, gambling can become a serious problem, and one that can damage all that they hold dear. Gambling can be just as bad, and often worse, than alcohol and drug addiction, due to the effect that it has on financial well being and employment, as well as the social, physiological and psychological damage. Even if you don’t believe that you have a gambling problem, this website can offer some advice on how to prevent ever having such issues and to keep your gambling in check. All gamblers have had moments where they feel themselves making bets that they know they shouldn’t be making and taking risks that they know they shouldn’t be taking, but many gamblers have also put themselves at risk for gambling problems without even realising it. This site, and sites like it, can help all gamblers to become more aware, stopping them from ever becoming a statistic in what is a very scary and very damaging issue.
  • Historic Canada: This is the encyclopaedia of Canada, documenting everything you could ever want to know about this young and ambitious country. This link in particular points to an article about gambling, discussing all there is to discuss about this popular past-time, and how it has helped to shape the country of Canada and its people. As well as a brief discussion and explanation of the legal status of gambling, it also documents its current stand-point as a multi-billion dollar industry, as well as the impact that gambling problems have on society. Once you have read all there is to read on gambling in Canada, feel free to checkout the many other articles on this website — there is no end to what you can learn and uncover here.
  • Gambling History in Canada: This link points to the Alberta Gambling Research Institute, and to an fairly short article on the history of gambling in Canada. This is a very young country and Canada as it is now (populated by European descendants) has not been around for very long. Despite that, or perhaps because of that, gambling has played a major role in the development of the country, from the early years when most forms of gambling were outlawed, to modern times when the laws relaxed and gambling began to attract a great deal of revenue for local governments. It’s all here, in what is a very interesting and well-referenced article. The institute itself is also a great place to visit — a professional site with fantastic articles, newsletters, events and more. Whether you live in Alberta or not, the Alberta Gambling Research Institute, and this article in particular, is well worth a visit and a read.
  • Responsible Gambling: A little different from the Problem Gambling link mentioned above, Responsible Gambling is a community that aims to create and to spread a better understanding of responsible gambling in Canada. The focus here is not necessarily on the evils of gambling and gambling addiction, and their aim has always been to promote sensible gambling. It is an independent and non-profit society, and one that focuses on the prevention, rather than the cure. As well as a multitude of tips for safe and sensible gambling, on the Responsible Gambling website you can also stay up to date with the latest research studies, the latest news and more. Focusing primarily on the Ontario region, the Responsible Gambling website is available in both English and French.
  • What’s the Problem with Problem Gambling?: This article is available for download in a PDF file. It is linked on the Responsible Gambling site, mentioned above, and discusses in-depth the issues with problem gambling in the Ontario region, where it is at its highest. As the report says, there over thought to be over 300,000 problem gamblers in this area alone, and however you look at it, that’s sure to have an effect on the overall economy of the area. A great read for those interested in learning more about problem gambling in Canada.
  • Royal Mountain Police: One of the things that Canada is most famous for are the Royal Mountain Police, also known as the Mounties. As with everything in this day and age, they have their own website. This official site discusses the laws of Canada, and the link above points to an article that discusses illegal gambling in Canada. As we have mentioned ourselves and as you can read in some of the links on this page, gambling is not only legal in Canada but it is also widely available. However, there are still illegal forms of gambling, and these are discussed from an official police perspective here.
  • Business Licenses in Canada: If you have ever thought of opening your own gambling business in Canada, then you need to take the right steps to make sure that it is official. The gambling laws in Canada are not exactly straightforward, as we have explained many times throughout this site, so it pays to brush up on those first. Once you do, then you can move onto the next step, which is to apply for an official license. If you are a foreigner thinking of moving to Canada to set up a gambling business, then there may be a few extra steps that you need to take first. Either way, you can find everything that you need to know through this link, which points to the official government site. You can also find information on jobs and immigration in Canada, just incase you are planning to move to this grand and great country of ours and want the security of a regular 9 to 5 when you get here. You might even be able to secure a job in a casino.
  • Canadian Gaming Association: The Canadian Gaming Association is a not-for-profit society that deals with all aspects of gaming in Canada, spending a lot of time and effort on both online and offline gambling. Their goal has always been to enlighten the public about gaming in its many forms, making the gaming industry more accessible and more transparent. They pride themselves on being a “strong national voice for the industry” and they do their best to ensure that they understand and respond to the issues that arise in the industry. It is organisations like this, and some of the others listed on this page, that help to keep the gambling industry ticking over, making sure that gamblers can do what they love within a safe and secure environment. As well as a huge number of fact sheets that help you to better understand how things work and how big gaming is in Canada, the website of the Canadian Gaming Association is also updated on a regular basis, keeping their readers informed on all of the latest reports, studies and law changes.
  • Statistics Canada: Often shortened to StatCan, Statistics Canada is the place to be if you want to browse through an array of statistics relating to all things Canadian. There is an extensive section on gambling here, with a look at the amount of people that gamble, the amount of people that consider themselves to be addicted and the amount of money that it generates for the region and the country on the whole. We’re often told how widespread gambling is in this country and how the casinos, tracks, lotteries and poker rooms make a huge amount of money, so it’s good to put an actual figure on it. You can also use this website to browse through the unemployment figures, GDP data and much more. If you need any sort statistics relating to Canada, then you’re sure to find it here.
  • Ontario: As far as land size goes, Ontario is the fourth biggest in Canada, but there are more people living in this province than there are in any other. Ontario also has some of the biggest and the most highly rated casinos, so if you’re a gambler living in Canada, then there is a good chance that you either live here or have visited at one point. If you would like to know more about Ontario, whether you want to plan a trip or you want to consider moving and/or working here, you can find everything here.
  • Fallsview Casino: So-named because it offers a beautiful view of the Falls, the Niagara Fallsview Casino is one of the best casinos in the county, a popular destination with locals and tourists alike. This link points to the official website of the casino, which details everything you need to know about the resort, albeit in a biased tone. Whilst it is not the best place to get an honest opinion on the quality of the casino, you can trust us when we say that it is universally loved. You should keep a close eye on the website if you are planning a visit to the casino, as it will inform you of upcoming entertainment (there is no shortage of singers, comedians and other performers) and it will also relay details of a number of promotions that the casino runs throughout the year. Offering one of the most luxurious experiences for gamblers seeking the best of the best, this is a Hilton resort that has it all and is ideally located in one of Canada’s biggest tourist hotspots.
  • Canadian Casinos: This is a list taken from Wikipedia, detailing all of the casinos in Canada. There are a surprising number of them, from big ones like the Fallsview mentioned above, to some of the smaller ones, such as the Starlight Casino in New Westminster BC, the Apex Casino AB, and the Golden Eagle Charitable Casino and Gaming Centre in Ontario. The casinos in Canada are spread around, with a large chunk of them in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta, and you will find all of them listed here. Only some of them have their own Wikipedia page, but if you want to learn more about one of the casinos that doesn’t, simple punch it into Google. Some of the smaller casinos still don’t have much in the way of an online presence, which is surprising in this day and age, but at the very least you’ll be able to find some reviews, some directions and a telephone number.

Casinos and Race Tracks: If you prefer to gamble on horse racing, then this page will help. As well as a simpler list of all of the casinos in Canada (without links), all of the race tracks in Canada are also listed here. As with casinos, there is no shortage of race tracks and they are spread throughout the country. Horse racing has been a part of life in Canada more or less since its inception, and one of the first forms of gambling to be legalised here was horse racing, with the government licensing it for charitable gambling purposes. Charity and gambling may seem like an odd combination, but believe it or not there are still a number of charity casinos operating in Canada, with a large chunk of the money they earn being pumped back into the local community and into the national coffers.