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Up-Coming Events

2002/03 Alberta Gaming Research Institute (AGRI) Research Grant Competition. Although principle investigators must be from Universities in Alberta, we want to ensure that you and your colleagues are aware that we welcome proposals from research groups comprised of members external to Alberta. Application Deadline: Friday, June 21, 2002.

Research Resources

Responsible Gambling Council (Ontario) including an excellent online resource library and the Newscan newsletter

International Centre for Youth Gambling Problems and High-Risk Behaviors Faculty of Education, McGill University

Alberta Institute for Gambling Research (AGRI), Canada

Wynne Resources, Alberta, Canada

U.S. National Centre for Responsible Gambling

Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre

The Wager

Gambling the Electronic Journal of Gambling Issues


Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling

Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission

If you have concerns about your gambling or the gambling activities of someone close to you, it is suggested that you seek help from Gamblers Anonymous, a gambling/addictions counselor, or a psychiatrist or psychologist.

The following links may assist you in assessing the severity of a gambling problem and in finding local treatment providers.

Gamblers Anonymous

Responsible Gambling Council (Ontario)

The National Council on Problem Gambling U.S.A.

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