Report: Smoking Ban Could Hurt Ontario Gambling Revenues - Thursday 2nd of February 2006

ONTARIO – As reported by CRFA News Radio: "Ontario's smoking ban could burn as much as 500 million dollars out of the province's gambling revenues.

"Smoker's rights group Mychoice.ca says it has obtained a 2004 report from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation on the potential impact of a provincewide smoking ban…"

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