|The Slot Machine of Sports Betting? Who, Why, and the Harms of In-Play Sports Betting
|The New Landscape of Sports Betting in Canada
|The Potential Impacts of Legalized Sports Betting in the United States
|Panel: Regulating Sports Betting: What We Know to Develop Policy and Reduce Harms
|Machado, Kandice,Andrew Kim, & Rachel Volberg
|The Social Practice of Indigenous Gambling in Ontario in the Past and Present
|Giwii-nisidotanmin odaminowin: A panel on videogaming in everyday life in Northwestern Ontario from the Indige-Spheres to Empowerment youth research group.
|Indige-Spheres Youth Group
|Statistics Update: Provincially - Regulated Online Gambling in Canada
|What Types of Treatments do Canadians with Problem Gambling Typically Go for and Find Helpful?
|Stakeholder and General Population Attitudes Towards Gambling in Canada: (Dis) harmony?
|Motives for (and Against) Cryptocurrency Ownership in Young Adults During a Bull Market
|Indigenous Sovereignty and Casino Closures in Canada and United States
|Gordon, Ted & Savannah Supan
|Seekers of Couple Therapy for Gambling and Alcohol Use Disorders: How Did They End Up?
|Considering Online Gambling in the Broader Context of Digital Wellbeing
|Knowledge Derived from Lived Experiences of Gambling Addiction
|Loot Boxes and Problem Gambling: Investigating the “Gateway Hypothesis”
|SPRinG: A Digital Health Tool to Support Self-Management of Problem Gambling
Flora Matheson, & Madison Ford
|Empowering Cities and Communities to Manage Harmful Gambling Environments
|Do Casinos Create Economic Development? A 15-Year National Analysis of Local U.S. Retail Sales and
|Reduce the Speed and Ease of Online Gambling in Order to Prevent Harm
|Online Gambling in Canada: Prevalence, Participants, Regulatory Capture, and Harm
|Venue and Online-based Self-Exclusion as Harm Reduction: What we Know and What we Need to Know
|What Can we Learn from Gambling Researchers Working in Humanities, Social Sciences and Law?
|Nicoll, Fiona & Kate Bedford