P.E.I. officials are debating on whether to stop electronic keno or not. P.E.I. Treasurer Wes Sheridan said that he wants to talk with concerned parties before making a final decision.
P.E.I. has finally decided to dropped electronic keno following Nova Scotias decision to stop the game. James Ramsy said that P.E.I. has lost a total of $60,000 in the game.
Restaurants in Nova Scotia will be able to keep the video screens after the game of kenos last day on October 22nd, 2009. Robyn MacIsaac said that it is better than paying someone to remove it.
Wes Sheridan said that they will decide on whether to continue offering keno following Nova Scotias decision to stop the game. He said that they cannot continue the game without the province.
Steve Walker petitioned the Dawson County Commissioners for Keno. The commissioners overwhelmingly voted to recommend Walkers business for the game.
Electronic keno will bid goodbye on the province of Nova Scotia on October 22nd, 2009. Finance Minister Graham Steele said that the game is not performing to expectations.