Saskatchewan residents gambled most in 2008 - Macleans.ca
 

Saskatchewan residents gambled most in 2008

Quebecers spent the least: Statistics Canada


 

Prairie residents are the biggest gamblers, according to a report from Statistics Canada. Saskatchewan residents spent the most—$720 per household in 2008—with Alberta in second place at $645 per household. In Saskatchewan, 27 per cent of residents had visited a casino or video lottery terminal that year, the highest in the country. Quebecers gambled the least, spending just $390 per household.

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Saskatchewan residents gambled most in 2008

  1. SK and AB gambled more in 2008 because they were assured there would be no recession. Quebec didn't get the memo.

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