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    Default Canada Questions

    Hi

    I have a couple of questions about Online Gambling in Canada.

    1. Whats the market like, is it worth while starting a website aimed at canada residents( a .ca domain hosted in canada)

    2. The current laws for online gambling - is it banned or looking like it might be in the near future(next few years)


    Its just ive been offered a nice .ca domain and am very tempted to develop
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    If the law takes hold and is enforceable in the US then I would have to guess that Canada will follow with a similar law.
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    Default There is no talk of Banning Gambling in Canada

    At this time there is no talk of banning online gambling in Canada. We hope that our politicians are not as narrow minded as the likes of George Bush (ak Jackass #1) and Bill Frist(ak Jackass #2). There is no need for Canada to alienate our country as has George Bush and his Religious Right Extremists.

    What I feel is that the Americans have to recapture thier individual rights and to do that you have to stand upfor your rights and let the powers in Washington know this. Individual freedoms of the common people in the United States do not matter to the likes of George Bush and his thugs. They have one agenda and that is to line their pockets full of money by whatever means possible.

    I don't see the big companies like Haliburton losing money in Iraq but I do see the needless deaths of young American soldiers. This was never a war about Weapons of Mass Destruction, it is about Oil and Bush lining his friends in Big Business pockets.

    Same lies and Bull**** with online gambling and ak Jackass #2 Bill Frist and his pandering with land based casinos. That Jackass is about as religious as what Adolf Hitler thought he was.
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    Not all is rosey in Canada these days either. They recently elected a government which is taking them to the "right" wing and the effects are just now starting to show up in news like we see below:

    http://www.casinoaffiliateprograms.c...ds.15704.html?

    http://www.casinoaffiliateprograms.c...es.16097.html?

    It's a pity too as Canada WAS generally more progressive and enlightened then us Yanks, but our poison has apparently started to spread north.

    Well it really is One World Order anyway right?
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    Yes, their prime minister is currently undergoing poodleization in the late stages.
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    "Poodleization" LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blckjack
    If the law takes hold and is enforceable in the US then I would have to guess that Canada will follow with a similar law.
    Yes because Canada follows everything the US does.
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    Default How much do some know about Canada?

    Just to let people now that we are different than the Americans. First of all we didn't get into Iraq as our Prime Minister at the time didn't get in bed with
    Bush as did Tony Blair from Great Britain.

    With our present government to inform those that maybe don't know Mr Harper has a minority government. He has already has been watching as to how he is handling himself and his party or they may face a non confidence motion which could force an federal election.

    We do not have near the crime of what the United States has either. In the City of Los Angeles and the County of Los Angeles there is more crime in a year than there is in all of Canada.

    We also have a national health care system, government pensions and a lot more from our government than what the Americans have from their Federal Government. We also do not have a National Debt per person of $29,000 USD, we have a National Debt of approximately $15,000 USD per person.

    And speaking I have met a lot of Americans that I have known more about their country than what they do.
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    Funny, i've come to Canada from the US and know more about Canada than most of the canadians i know from this industry. Fortunately, my lawyers, accounts, stockbrokers, etc. seem to know more than me.

    Canada, even 1 mile from detroit, is different from the US. I can tell you there is a great deal of disdain toward the US legal system by the Canadian lawyers i've met. People here think americans are gun crazy and some are afraid to cross the border into detroit. It's a place where prosecutors are difficult to recruit, because it's not a political office and prison sentences aren't calculated by decade.

    After 3 years here, i'm happy that i get to stay, but i already think the taxes are too high and the bureaucrats too eager to obstruct. I'm told that this means that i'm Canadian. I've been told it's because I'm an American. So that settles it.

    BTW - I don't solicit customers in Canada upon advice of my lawyer. I do play poker online, because any gambling wins are tax free in Canada!
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    Did you know that all of Canada's population is about the size of California? Last time I watched "To serve and protect" (Canuck version of "COPS") they let most criminals off with a warning. No wonder crime is down.

    Did you know that there are 2 taxes on goods in Canada PST & GST? And that their income taxes are considerably higher than the U.S.?

    Did you know if you have a "non emergency" medical problem like a hernia you could wait up to 2 years to have surgery?
    I couldn't even get a simple X-Ray on my ankle that I knew was fractured. Had to go to the states.

    Did you know that last time I crossed the border into Canada they didn't even ask for ANY identification whatsoever? WTF???

    Oh yeah, did I mention the price of booze???

    Don't get me wrong, I'm not a big fan of the downfall of western U.S. civilization but I lived in Canada for years and it's not a big party over there either.
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