Saddled with a huge deficit, legislators in Ontario are placing their bets on an online gambling tax they expect to raise $100 million a year during its first five years. But critics warn such a tax could prove an unfair burden on the 5% of gamblers who ante up one-third of the revenue at casinos, racetracks, bingos and lotteries in the province.

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