Tribes May Soon Benefit From BCLC Income

Ben Hamill - October 12, 2019

As matters stand at the moment, there are a total of 203 indigenous communities spread out all over the Canadian province of British Columbia. First Nations communities are significantly dependent on aid from various p...Read More

BC Attorney General Fights Dirty Money War

Ben Hamill - September 26, 2019

There’s nothing quite like actual camera footage for driving a message home; proof that a picture or image really is worth a thousand words. British Columbia Attorney General David Eby applied this logic in an attemp...Read More

BC’s Table Games Suffer Following New Laws

Ben Hamill - July 25, 2019

British Columbia is living proof of how even the smallest devil should not be allowed to get a foot in the door because it could very well be over before anyone has had the time to say “dirty money”. The province continues to ...Read More

Cascades Casino Delta Set To Be 100% Cashless

Ben Hamill - June 06, 2019

Gateway’s Cascades Casino Delta is well on its way towards becoming the very first 100% cashless casino in Canada and quite possibly even in the world. The new venue is scheduled to open in October/November 2020, and its launch-date...Read More

Parq Vancouver Welcomes Reprieve

Ben Hamill - May 23, 2019

Canada’s Parq Vancouver casino has had to face its fair share of problems since opening its doors in September of 2017. It’s been a case of disastrous timing for the casino, as its launch coincided almost perfectly with Britis...Read More

Van Ryk And Betts Named Top Canadian Uni-Athletes

Ben Hamill - May 11, 2019

British Columbia University’s Kiera Van Ryk is a player who knows her way around the volleyball court. The Thunderbird has just been named the top Canadian female athlete in university sport. Van Ryk, who is original...Read More

Amanda Hobson To Step Down As BCLC CFO

Ben Hamill - May 05, 2019

Following the recent bout of news about the BCLC’s supposed involvement in government’s perceived inability to eradicate dirty money from British Columbia’s ranks, it’s about time to read about something entirely d...Read More

Concerns Over Flopped BC Money-Laundering Probe

Ben Hamill - December 10, 2018

Members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are taking the rap for having failed the fight against crime. In fact, the whole of British Colombia has been under intense scrutiny for some months now following a growing suspicion that autho...Read More