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MP Resignation Casts Light on Full Scale of Gambling Problem
It has been well-documented that Canada has a problem with gambling, and this has only intensified in the last year or so, due to the number of different casino developments that have happened. We know that the gambling industry across Canada is massive, and provincial gambling seems to be improving on a daily basis.
Much has been made about the issue of problem gambling, and how it seems to affect younger people much more. Indeed, free online slots are viewed as gateway games that can lead to further gambling in the future. Studies suggest that more than 75% of Canadians have gambled over the last year, and we could well see that figure on the rise next year.
Grewal’s resignation should send shockwaves through the area and shows that gambling addiction is a problem that can affect anyone, anywhere, and at any time. Upon stepping down, the former MP talked about how he planned to work on improving his mental health, “I am taking responsibility for my actions, and I will continue to work for a better Brampton East.”