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The AGLC promotes responsible gambling by providing information to help people make informed choices, take responsibility for their behaviour and get help if needed.

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The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission licences and regulates all charitable gaming, registers gaming workers, inspects licensed gaming establishments, manages financial audits and investigates criminal activity. It also supplies and manages all electronic gaming equipment and collects licensing and registration fees.

Gaming activities in Alberta are conducted using the following two models:

Cowboys Casino and Stoney Nakoda Resort Privacy Breaches


The AGLC is advising of a potential security breach involving the personal information of patrons who are participating in the VSE Program out of the Cowboys Casino in Calgary, Alberta and the Stoney Nakoda Resort in Morley, Alberta. We have provided direct notification of the breach to many of the affected parties; however, this notification is being posted to advise those patrons who have declined contact from the AGLC and/or do not have current address information in our systems.

Information regarding the VSE program participants may have been inappropriately accessed at the Cowboys Casino in Calgary on May 30, 2016. This information may include names, photograph, information regarding a patron’s VSE details, and security camera footage.

Information regarding VSE program participants may have been misplaced at the Stoney Nakoda Resort in Morley, Alberta. This information includes the complete participant applications of two individuals that provided their information between February 5, 2016 and February 10, 2016 and between March 24, 2016 and 30, 2016.

We are actively working with both Casino locations regarding security of information and security practices to prevent future breaches. A third-party security firm is also conducting an investigation into these issues.

Concerned participants may contact the AGLC hotline at 1-800-742-7818 for more information or, if you suspect or know you are the victim of identity theft, please visit http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/scams-fraudes/id-theft-vol-eng.htm for further information.

We advise that you may also file a complaint regarding this breach to the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta. Complaints can be made in writing to 410, 9925 – 109 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 2J8. The OIPC can also be reached via telephone at 780-422-6860 or by fax at 780-422-5682.

  

Q&A: River Cree Data Breach

On Thursday, March 17, the River Cree Resort and Casino announced that they had been the victim of a cyberattack...more.

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