News releases from Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012) (Page 2)

Self-exclusion Program Won't Work, Say Researchers

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP./HEALTH PROMOTION--Self-exclusion Program Won't Work, Say Researchers

Province Releases First Gaming Strategy

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

Nova Scotia's first gaming strategy focuses on enhanced treatment and prevention and is designed to reduce problem gambling in the province.

Caught in the Game Performed for Students

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

Students at two Nova Scotia high schools will have the opportunity to learn about the risks and signs of problem gambling through an innovative, interactive play.

Gambling Awareness Program for Students Extended

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--Gambling Awareness Program for Students Extended

Study Confirms Responsible Gaming Direction

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

Nova Scotia's video lottery terminals (VLTs) do not need more distinctive clocks or a feature that would let players set their own time, a new pilot study shows.

GPI's Report Acknowledges Progress

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The CEO of the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation said a report released today, Oct. 27, by GPI Atlantic on the costs and benefits of gaming will be useful in the current discussion aimed at developing a new gaming strategy for Nova Scotia.

UCCB Participates In Gaming Awareness Pilot Program

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--UCCB Participates In Gaming Awareness Pilot Program

New Program Kicks Off Responsible Gaming Awareness Week

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--New Program Kicks Off Responsible Gaming Awareness Week

Minister Declares Responsible Gaming Awareness Week

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--Minister Declares Responsible Gaming Awareness Week

Province Seeks Public Input on Gaming

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The provincial government is asking Nova Scotians for their views on the future of gaming in Nova Scotia.

Gaming Corporation Releases Annual Report

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation contributed $175 million to the province for government's programs and services in 2003-04, says the corporation's annual report, released today, July 12. That's down from the $191 million contributed in 2002-03.

N.S. Holds Second Responsible Gaming Awareness Week

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--N.S. Holds Second Responsible Gaming Awareness Week

Gaming Revenue Numbers Released

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation contributed $191 million to the province for government programs and services in 2002-03, says the corporation's annual report, released today, Aug. 15. That's up from the $178 million contributed in 2001-02.

Report Confirms Gaming Corp. on the Right Track

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

A study of the effectiveness of four responsible gaming features installed on new video lottery terminals in Nova Scotia in 2001 was released today, Oct. 25, by the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation. The report showed that three of the features had a positive influence on player behaviours, attitudes and perceptions and one feature was ineffective.

$178 Million Contributed to Government Programs and Services

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--$178 Million Contributed to Government Programs and Services

Gaming Corporation Gains International

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--Gaming Corporation Gains International Audience

Province Settles Case with Former Gaming Chair

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

The government of Nova Scotia and the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation, and Ralph Fiske, former chair of the corporation, have reached a mutually agreeable settlement. As a result, all appeals to the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal have been dropped.

Province and Gaming Corp. Appeal Fiske Decision

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--Province and Gaming Corp. Appeal Fiske Decision

$174 Million Contributed to Government Programs and Services

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

N.S. GAMING CORP.--$174 Million Contributed to Government Programs and Services

President, CEO Named for Gaming Corporation

Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation (to Dec., 2012)

Sean O'Connor, chair of the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation, today announced the appointment of Marie Mullally as president and CEO of the corporation. Ms. Mullally has been acting in the position since February.