In Canada, the market for online casinos is booming and there are more and more providers that are turning specifically to this market. The problem for players here is the agony of choice. From an overabundance of offers, the best ones are to be picked out, which is not always easy due to the different criteria.
The game selection is quite important, but many players also love the bonus offers. These have the task of attract more Canada’s online slot players, which they do. But the bonus terms and conditions vary and which offer is really fair and solid in this regard? Without a professional comparison, the situation is almost unmanageable.
1. The bonus offers as a drawing card of online casinos
The bonus is an important advantage of online casinos, as it land-based casinos already once can not offer. This, of course, attracts players to the virtual arcades. The operators therefore use the bonus especially gladly to attract new players. The most powerful tool here is the welcome bonus, which is paid out immediately with the first deposit and usually remains the most lavish bonus ever in the casino career. This welcome bonus helps to get to know the online casino while primarily playing with bonus money, so the losses are not so important, since a part was only bonus money anyway. Winnings can also take place, however, which makes the bonus so attractive.
The welcome bonus can also be laced as a whole package and extend to the first four or even five deposits. Those who invest here can really earn high four-digit amounts of bonus money. Also intended for new customers is the no deposit bonus, which is granted in the form of bonus money or free spins and comes completely without a deposit. The player’s risk is thus reduced to 0%, but the winning opportunities are also limited. So before registering, take a close look at which bonus is suitable for you before registering at a new Canadian online casino.
Other bonus offers for regular customers are also important, even if they do not have the effect of immediately attracting new players. However, here every casino player can see what awaits him in life after the welcome bonus with this provider. Free spins, deposit bonuses and cashbacks are the most popular bonuses in the regulars section. Pay close attention to the requirements and turnover conditions associated with each bonus. Otherwise, you may be in for a nasty surprise when you suddenly realize that the time period for conversion has expired and all winnings, including the bonus money itself, have been forfeited.
2. Keep an eye on the game selection and software developers
Favorite games develop quickly and it is always important that a provider has all the games in the program that the player would like to play. However, since preferences also change, it makes more and more sense to make sure that the provider can provide as wide a selection of online casino games as possible. The games should be easy to find with a search function and preferably also divided into categories. Canadian players certainly have special preferences, so that these slots should be represented preferentially, for example slots on the topic of ice hockey.
The game developers have several important roles in the online casino. First of all, they provide the necessary security, because it is always a good sign when well-known names in the industry work with an online casino. The companies cannot afford to cooperate with a shady operator and thus also show the player who runs a reputable online casino. On top of that, they stand for well-known gaming hits and also always provide new slots that quickly appear in the best lists. Smaller start-ups also have their justification for the overall offer, but it is the big names that players like to see in the casino.
3. Security and fair gaming conditions
In addition to the software developers, the gambling license also has a crucial role in assessing security. Many casinos have appropriate licenses (e.g. Malta or Curaçao), which guarantee Canadian players the best conditions and serious ambience. Other licenses should be carefully tapped and, if in doubt, also checked on the imprint or a casino rating site, so that the player can really be sure that everything is above board here. Other indicators of safe play include notices on the online casino’s website regarding player protection and responsible gaming. Canadian players should pay attention to the fact that references to gambling addiction prevention really involve Canadian organizations that can help the affected players on the ground.
Fair gaming conditions are based entirely on the RTP (Return-To-Player), which can be set for each slot and table game. Thereby, slots should have at least 96% RTP, otherwise the value is not really good anymore. With slots that are lower in RTP, the winnings are usually higher, but rare. The risk of the player increases. If the RTP already goes in the direction of 97%, it is excellent and regular winnings can be expected, but then they are not quite as high.
4. Important conditions for Canadian players in the online casino
The customer support is a central element of an online casino, which should help to quickly solve a problem that has arisen. The live chat and email support should answer quickly and be helpful. A FAQ section can also resolve many difficulties in advance. In addition, there is a version for mobile gaming. Mobile devices have long since conquered the world and therefore online casinos are virtually obliged to provide a native app or a web app so that players can play regardless of their location. A nice additional element can be sports betting, which some online casinos offer in parallel.
5. Conclusion on the best online casinos for Canadian players
It is certainly not different for Canadian players than for the other casino lovers in the world. A safe online casino with a great game selection and generous bonuses is the ultimate. However, finding this casino is not that easy. If you want to test all the factors yourself, you will have to take a little time for it, because the abundance is huge. Comparison sites in the casino area take a lot of work off here and can help to find the best online casino for Canadian players. Filters can be used to individually adjust the search and get the optimal result.
Daughter of Toronto Blue Jays coach killed in 'terrible accident' while tubing on US river – CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
The 17-year-old daughter of Toronto Blue Jays’ first base coach died in a “terrible accident” while tubing in the U.S. this weekend.
The team announced the passing of Julia Budzinski on Sunday morning after Mark Budzinkski left the Blue Jays’ dugout early in the second game of a doubleheader against the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday.
According to Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources spokesperson Paige Pearson, two girls were on a tube being pulled behind a boat on James River in Virginia this weekend when they fell off.
She said the driver of the boat turned around in an attempt to pick up the girls to get them out of the water.
“When the boat came to get the girls, a wave came and essentially put the boat over the victim and the propeller struck her,” Pearson told CTV News Toronto.
She said the boat driver immediately jumped into the river to rescue the girl, as did another passing boat operator.
“Once they got the girl out of the water, they rushed back for help,” she said. “She was taken to land, but was pronounced dead.”
Pearson said no foul play is suspected, and alcohol was not a factor in the incident.
“It was a terrible accident,” she said.
In a statement released by the Blue Jays on Sunday, the team said the entire organization is grieving the loss of Julia.
“I have known Bud for more than 25 years and have always admired his commitment as a dad and husband first,” said Ross Atkins, executive vice president of baseball operations and general manager of the Blue Jays.
“He is loved and well-respected by our entire clubhouse and holds a special place in all our hearts.”
Tsitsipas calls Kyrgios bully after Wimbledon hubbub, loss – CTV News
WIMBLEDON, England –
Nick Kyrgios cursed at the Wimbledon chair umpire and asked, “Are you dumb?” He demanded to see a Grand Slam supervisor after questioning why his opponent, Stefanos Tsitsipas, didn’t forfeit their ever-contentious, never-boring match for angrily hitting a ball into the stands after dropping the second set.
Unsatisfied with the response, Kyrgios asked, “What are you talking about, bro?” Then came this: “Bro, bring out more supervisors. I’m not done. Bring ’em all out. I don’t care. I’m not playing until we get to the bottom of this.”
Narrator: He did continue to play Saturday. And the unpredictable, unseeded Kyrgios won 6-7 (2), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (7) to reach the fourth round at the All England Club for the first time since 2016 — then was criticized by the No. 4-seeded Tsitsipas for having “a very evil side.”
“It’s constant bullying. That’s what he does. He bullies the opponents,” said Tsitsipas, the 2021 French Open runner-up, who also lost to Kyrgios on grass at a tournament in Halle, Germany, last month. “He was probably a bully at school himself. I don’t like bullies.”
There was more, so much more, from underarm serves hit by the Kyrgios — including one between his legs — to the three shots purposely smacked right at him by Tsitsipas. A total of three code violations were called by chair umpire Damien Dumusois, one on Kyrgios for an audible obscenity, and two on Tsitsipas for ball abuse, earning a point penalty.
Told of Tsitsipas’ “bully” comment, Kyrgios laughed and shook his head.
“He was the one hitting balls at me. He was the one who hit a spectator. … I didn’t do anything. Apart from me going back and forth with the umpire, I did nothing toward Stefanos today that was disrespectful, I don’t think,” Kyrgios said at his news conference, wearing a T-shirt with former NBA player Dennis Rodman’s name on it.
“If he’s affected by that today, then that’s what’s holding him back,” Kyrgios said about Tsitsipas. “Because someone can just do that, and that’s going to throw him off his game like that? I just think it’s soft.”
There even was some terrific tennis along the way, with the players combining for 118 winners. It all took three hours, 17 minutes, with nary a dull moment, and finished so late that the retractable roof at No. 1 Court was shut and the artificial lights turned on midway through the fourth set.
Tsitsipas held a pair of set points to force a fifth, but Kyrgios saved both, the latter with a half-volley winner after serving-and-volleying on a second serve.
Kyrgios, a 27-year-old from Australia, converted his second match point with a drop shot, then roared. That sort of skill has always been evident from Kyrgios, who twice has been a Grand Slam quarterfinalist. Also long obvious: Kyrgios often appears more interested in entertaining or arguing than in doing whatever it takes to finish on the right side of the score.
On Saturday, during one changeover midway through the fourth set, Kyrgios sat in his chair, barking between bites on a banana. Was he shouting at an official? At the folks seated in his guest box? At himself? Hard to know with him, sometimes.
He was fined US$10,000 by the tournament for unsportsmanlike conduct at his first-round match, which he ended by spitting in the direction of a spectator he said was heckling him. It is the largest of the 22 prize money penalties issued in Week 1.
Kyrgios has a history of crossing the line during matches. In 2019, he was placed on a six-month probation by the ATP Tour after being fined $113,000 for eight infractions at a tournament. Earlier that season, he was defaulted from a match at the Italian Open after throwing a chair. In 2016, he was suspended by the ATP for not trying to win and for insulting fans during the Shanghai Masters.
His issues with Dumusois began in the first set, when he was disturbed by a reversed call by a line judge and wanted that official removed. Didn’t happen.
“There comes a point where you really get tired of it, let’s say,” said Tsitsipas, a 23-year-old from Greece. “The constant talking, the constant complaining.”
After Kyrgios broke to grab the second set, Tsitsipas swatted a ball with a backhand into the crowd. The ball appeared to ricochet off a wall, but what wasn’t entirely clear was whether it landed on anyone.
Tsitsipas apologized for that afterward, saying it stemmed from frustration created by “all the circus show going on, on the other side of the net.”
“I didn’t hit any people. It did hit the wall, thank God,” he said, and acknowledged he was trying to hit his foe with some other balls aimed right at his body. “For sure I’m never doing that again. It’s my responsibility, for sure.”
That drew just a warning from Dumusois, which didn’t sit well with Kyrgios.
“You can’t hit a ball into the crowd and hit someone and not get defaulted,” Kyrgios said, bringing up the episode at the 2020 U.S. Open involving Novak Djokovic, who was ejected from a match after inadvertently hitting a ball that struck a line judge in the throat.
At one point, Kyrgios told Dumusois: “You don’t know how to play, so how about you don’t tell me how to play? … Bro, the people want to see me, not you.”
They will get another chance to see Kyrgios on Monday, when he faces Brandon Nakashima for a spot in the quarterfinals. Nakashima is one of four American men in the fourth round, the most at Wimbledon since 1999.
The other men’s matches Monday will be 22-time major champion Rafael Nadal against No. 21 Botic van de Zandschulp, No. 11 Taylor Fritz against qualifier Jason Kubler, and No. 19 Alex de Minaur against Cristian Garin.
Nadal’s 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 victory over No. 27 Lorenzo Sonego was nowhere near as off-the-rails as Kyrgios vs. Tsitsipas, but it had its own bit of back-and-forth between the players over etiquette.
Nadal didn’t like that Sonego’s grunts were too loud and stretched out too long. Sonego didn’t like that Nadal beckoned him to talk at the net about it.
Unlike Kyrgios and Tsitsipas, though, they settled their differences in the locker room afterward.
“I have to say,” Nadal said at his news conference, “that I was wrong.”
On emotional day in Toronto, pitching costs Blue Jays series against Rays – Sportsnet.ca
TORONTO – Alejandro Kirk had a chance to deliver a special moment when he stepped in as a pinch hitter with the bases loaded and the Blue Jays down four Saturday afternoon, but even the Blue Jays’ most productive hitter couldn’t provide the miracle required. He struck out swinging.
With that, an emotional day ended in another lopsided defeat for the Blue Jays. On the field, the team’s pitching was hit hard once again on the way to a 7-3 loss. But more importantly than the game itself, the Blue Jays organization grieved the loss of Julia Budzinski, daughter of first base coach Mark, who passed away Saturday at the age of 17.
“This tragedy reminds us what’s more important in life,” manager Charlie Montoyo said. “As a father and a husband myself, my heart breaks for Bud.”
“That has to be every parent’s worst nightmare,” added starter Ross Stripling. “We feel for him, love him, miss him. We obviously want him to be home with his family and we’ll see him whenever that is. We want him to take as much time as he needs.”
The loss resonated so deeply within the Blue Jays clubhouse that the idea of not playing came up. But in the end, the Blue Jays played, losing their third straight game to the Rays.
A six-run fifth inning from the Rays effectively put the game out of reach for the Blue Jays, who welcomed 35,757 fans to Rogers Centre on a perfect day for baseball. A Harold Ramirez home run chased starter Ross Stripling from the game with the score still 4-1, but Trent Thornton struggled from the jump, allowing a home run to Ji-Man Choi, a single to Isaac Paredes and another home run to Randy Arozarena.
By the time Thornton finally induced a Kevin Kiermaier groundout to escape the inning, the damage had been done, and for the Blue Jays that theme was all too familiar this weekend. After beginning the five-game series with a pair of convincing wins, the Blue Jays were swept in Saturday’s doubleheader with questions on the pitching staff arising in each game.
Kevin Gausman took a 100 m.p.h. line drive off his ankle in the opener, putting his availability for his next start in question. Credit Casey Lawrence for his efforts in relief, but he still allowed six runs. And while that sounds like a lot, it’s far better than what Thomas Hatch could offer Saturday night. Making his season debut, the right-hander allowed 10 runs on 12 hits, exposing the lack of starting pitching depth beyond the team’s starting five.
Within that context, the Rays’ three fifth-inning home runs hurt a little more than usual. While Thornton has come through with some big outs this season, the Blue Jays have had to expose him to more high-leverage situations than even. This time, it backfired.
Before the game, the Blue Jays held a moment of silence before the game today for Julia Budzinski. Seemingly every player, coach and staff member from both teams lined up for the moment of silence – a rarity for a regular season game that signals respect for the Budzinski family. Thornton and fellow reliever David Phelps were visibly emotional as the team stood for the moment of silence.
“It’s really tough,” Stripling said. “It’s not a situation that I bet any of us have ever been in where someone so close to home has such a tragic loss. It hits everyone a little different, especially those of us with children. It definitely weighed on us … He was heavy on everyone’s hearts today.”
On Saturday night, when the news first reached the Blue Jays, Montoyo decided right away that he needed to be with Budzinski, leaving the game management to John Schneider and others so he could offer some support.
“The moment that happened, my heart’s with Bud,” Montoyo said. “The game? We’ve got enough coaches that can do a good job, so that’s why my job was to be with Mark.”
“There’s good men and great men,” Montoyo added. “He’s a great man. You’d ache for anybody, but he’s a special kind of person. Brave. The only thing I can share about what happened: even before he left, he wrote a note for me to read to the team while going through that tragedy. That tells you everything about Mark Budzinski.”
The Blue Jays closed their clubhouse to the media after Saturday’s game to inform the players of the news. Sunday morning, the team officially announced the news.
“This devastating loss is felt by our entire organization and we grieve alongside Bud and his family,” Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins said in a statement issued by the team. “I have known Bud for more than 25 years and have always admired his commitment as a dad and husband first. He is loved and well-respected by our entire clubhouse and holds a special place in all our hearts.”
With Budzinski away from the team, bullpen catcher Luis Hurtado continued coaching first base Sunday. Internally, the Blue Jays are working through the details of how coaching assignments will be reassigned while Budzinski’s away from his typical first base and outfield defence duties.
From here, the Blue Jays head west for three games in Oakland and four more in Seattle. Once they’re out west, they’ll learn more about the state of Gausman’s ankle and look to bank some wins against an Athletics team that’s already lost 54 times. If nothing else, they’ll get some space from a weekend that ended badly. At this point, they could likely use it.
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