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Gambling, Gaming & Technology Use
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​​​​Policy development is an important part of the work of Gambling, Gaming & Technology Use at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Problem gambling creates significant harms to people and costs to society, and an approach to gambling policy that prioritizes public health over revenues can mitigate these harms. The ​CAMH Gambling Policy Framework (PDF) presents seven principles for a public health approach to gambling in Ontario and gives recommendations for action around each principle.

CAMH is committed to advocating for healthy public policy in the area of mental health and addictions, including problem gambling. For gambling policy documents and submissions, see below. For more on CAMH's public policy work, please visit the How CAMH is Influencing Public Policy page.

Gambling Expansion in On​​​tario

Regulatory Responses

Single-Event Sports Betting