The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation offer a Lotto Advance subscription service for LOTTO 6/49, which may be purchased by Ontario residents via the OLG website.
In August 2010, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation announced that it will set up an online gambling program by early 2012. The province hasn't decided what type of gambling they will allow, but poker is high on the list as well as online lottery ticket sales, and interactive casino-style games.
In a speech in May 2012, the chairman of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation announced online bingo would be available to Ontario residents in 2013, with more types of online gambling to follow.
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Perspectives Weekly: Sports betting indictments
This week, J Todd looks at the mounting indictments in the Legendz Sportsbook case. Plus, industry news from Ladbrokes, Ontario, and the World Series of Poker.
Single-event sports betting could be legalized in Canada
A bill introduced into the House of Commons could potentially see single-event sports betting legalized.
Ontario's largest casinos post $75M loss
Profit down at casinos, but increased at racetrack slots.
3 arrests in $12.5m lottery prize theft
Police are searching for the true owner of a $12.5 million lottery prize, as 3 people are charged with theft.
Ontario embraces online gambling
As speculated online gambling will be introduced in Ontario.
Speculation Ontario may soon offer online gambling
Speculation among experts that Ontario may be next to offer online gambling.
Gavin Smith wins first WSOP bracelet, $268,238
The “Best Poker Players Never to Win a World Series of Poker Gold Bracelet” list got one player shorter over the weekend, as Gavin Smith won the $2,500 Mixed Hold’em championship (Event #44) to earn $268,238 and his first WSOP bracelet on Saturday night.
November Niner earns first WSOP title, $481,760
Scott Montgomery, who finished fifth in the 2008 World Series of Poker Main Event, won the fourth $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em championship at the WSOP on Wednesday night to win $481,760.
Canadian business analyst collects $625,872, WSOP bracelet
Aadam Daya, a 31-year-old business analyst from Mississauga, Ontario, won the $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em championship (Event #3) at the World Series of Poker to collect a whopping $625,872 and his first WSOP gold bracelet. Daya topped a huge field of 4,345 players in the tournament, played over Memorial Day weekend.
Virtual slot machines provide clues about addiction
Canadian researchers are trying to understand what makes slot machines addictive.
Car dealership workers hit jackpot
News Brief: All 25 employees of the GM dealership in Sundridge, Ontario hit the jackpot last night, winning $22.5 million on a shared ticket.
Ontario casino workers reach deal
News Brief: A tentative agreement has been reached to end a strike by more than 800 workers at Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. casinos in Toronto, Brantford and Sudbury.
Waterloo a hotbed for poker prodigies
News Brief: For the fourth time in two years, a Waterloo, Ont., card shark has raked in more than half a million dollars in an international poker tournament.
Charges laid in alleged 'insider' lottery win: police
News brief: Ontario Provincial Police have laid charges relating to an alleged multi-million dollar lottery prize insider win, the force announced Tuesday.
Ontario town worried about slot plan
News Brief: Innisfil, Ontario, council worries a plan by Simcoe County and Ramara Township could impact slot machine revenues at Georgian Downs.
Ontario official can't investigate lottery complaint
News Brief: Ontario's new gaming regulator says it cannot investigate a complaint involving a lottery terminal in Brampton because it doesn't yet have proper authority.
Maintenance worker wins lottery
News Brief: A Scarborough maintenance worker has won $18 million in the Lotto 6/49 jackpot.
Student wins $1 million poker tournament
News Brief: An Ottawa graduate student found a novel way to climb out from under $30,000 debt: he went to the Bahamas and won a $1 million poker tournament.
Canada: Ontario's bill to prohibit online gambling adverts
Text of Bill 152 that refers to Ontario's proposed prohibition of online gambling advertising.
Ontario moves to ban online gambling ads
News Brief: The Ontario government plans to move to close the loopholes with a blanket ban on advertising of Internet gambling, direct or indirect.
Ontario Tribal Chief Wants Online Gaming Vote
News Brief: Six Nations Chief David General believes the people will have to decide whether Internet gaming is a safe bet for Canada's most populous native reserve.
Ontario Poker Event Registration Begins
Registration begins today for players to fill more than 400 seats at the Point Edward Charity Casino's Blue Water Classic Poker Event
Ontario Man Wins Ultimate Poker Challenge
Luck paved the way for Michael Brown, who won the top prize yesterday at the first Ultimate Poker Challenge.
PokerRoom.com Proposes NHL Lockout Solution
PokerRoom.com has today delivered registered letters to NHL commissioner and NHL Players' Association executive director offices, inviting them to settle the labor dispute in a game of winner-take-all poker on PokerRoom.com.
CryptoLogic to Release New Games
CryptoLogic Inc. reports the release of a new array of internationally-popular games with the latest version of its leading casino software.
Check n Raise Poker.com Launch Planned for September
Developed in Toronto by Funtime Hospitality Corp., Check n Raise Poker.com will be opening for business on September 26, 2004.