Information Radio - MB | Jan 24, 2013 | 5:16

Cityplace Casino a Concern?

The return of the NHL has delivered a sense of vitality to Winnipeg's downtown, but can the same be said of a new gaming centre set to open in the area? True North and Manitoba Lotteries will open a 5000 square foot gaming centre in City Place, across the street from the MTS Centre? CBC producer John Sadoway spoke with Tracie Afifi. She's an associate professor of Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba, who researches problem gambling.

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