News release

Schools to Receive Screens as Province Exits Keno

On the final day for Keno in Nova Scotia, the province has announced that it will donate the 180 LCD screens used for the game will to Nova Scotia schools.

"This is a way for us to provide a benefit to our students," said Graham Steele, Minister responsible for Part I of the Gaming Control Act. "The screens will be used for instructional purposes as part of various educational programs."

Details of how and where the screens will be distributed will be determined by the Department of Education over the next month.

On Sept. 21, the province announced it would exit Keno today, Oct. 22.

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On the final day for Keno in Nova Scotia, the province announced that it will donate the LCD screens to schools.

The 180 screens will be used for instructional purposes as part of various educational programs.

Graham Steele, Minister responsible for Part I of the Gaming Control Act, says this is a way to benefit students in the province.

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Robyn McIsaac
Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation 902-424-4443 Cell: 902-440-1551 E-mail: