When the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers square off this Sunday in the Super Bowl, many in the Canadian gambling industry will be hoping it’s the end of an era. The hope is not that Bucs quarterback Tom Brady rides off into the sunset after winning another championship, but rather that the National Football League finale is the last one played with Canada’s ban on single-event sports betting still in...


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