Wild TV launches streaming app for hunting enthusiasts
If you’re a hunter, or an enthusiast, this new APP from Edmonton’s Wild TV Inc might be the perfect addition to your entertainment options.
Wild Television Network (Wild TV), the number one hunting, fishing, and outdoor lifestyle television channel in Canada, is launching its subscription streaming service, The Wild TV App, to provide its fans in North America access to its trove of hunting content anywhere and anytime.
After running a successful linear TV channel for over two decades, Wild TV expands its services to offer hunting enthusiasts a new way to experience its unparalleled hunting content with The Wild TV App for only $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year.
The Wild TV App will feature shows made by hardcore hunters who share their stories, lessons and experiences from the most exceptional hunting environment globally – the Canadian Wild. It will also include the network’s hit shows, including How to Hunt, The Edge, Trapping Inc., Mitchell Payment’s Moment of Truth and Non-typical Nation, to name a few.
Ryan Kohler, President of Wild TV Inc., said the Wild TV App would complement their linear television service and help further realize their vision of building the strongest hunting community in the world by promoting excitement, wellness and conservation.
“The launch of The Wild TV App marks the beginning of a new era for us and our fellow Wilders. We know what makes a great hunting entertainment because we eat, sleep and breathe hunting. Every show in The Wild TV App is hand-picked by a hunting expert,” he said.
“With The Wild TV App, we also want to bring people closer together and inspire them to get outside to hunt. We want to further strengthen the hunting community by entertaining, sharing knowledge and respecting the ecosystem,” Kohler added.
About Wild TV:
The Canadian wilderness has the best hunting in the world and we want you to explore what makes it so great. Wild TV is the only viewing platform for hunting enthusiasts made by hardcore hunters that share stories, lessons, and experiences from the most exceptional hunting environment in the world – The Canadian Wild.
Our shows are made by hunters, for hunters! We know what makes great hunting entertainment because we eat, sleep and breathe hunting. Every show is hand-picked by a hunting expert, who would rather be outside hunting.
We are Wild TV. Contact your local service provider to subscribe to our television channel today. Or click here to purchase the Wild TV APP and get access to exclusive hit hunting TV shows featuring some of the biggest names in the hunting world.
(This article was originally published on October 21, 2021)
Why Bill S-268 Could Bring Real Changes for Indigenous Peoples and Gaming in Canada
The latest installment in the story of legal gaming and betting in Canada happened on June 20, 2023, when Bill S-268 had its first reading. If the Bill passes, it will bring big changes for Indigenous peoples in the country and their involvement in the Canadian legal gaming landscape.
This happening follows other major changes to iGaming and sports betting in Canada. In April 2022, Ontario became the first Canadian province to launch a regulated iGaming market. This launch followed the legalization of single-event sports betting the previous year. Now, players can enjoy games and sports betting at Ontario online casinos that are registered and regulated by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario or (AGCO). These big changes in Ontario are now being followed by Bill S-268.
What is Bill S-268?
The Bill was put forward by Senator Scott Tannas and intends to amend the Criminal Code of Canada in terms of the legality of lottery schemes in the country. If the Bill progresses, the First Nation will be permitted to license and manage lottery schemes on its reserve. They will have sole responsibility for operating such lotteries as long as they notify the Canadian Government and the provincial government of the intention to do so. In addition, the content of the Bill refers to amending the Indian Act to allow the council of the band authority to create bylaws concerning the operation and management of proposed lotteries.
How the Bill will change iGaming in Canada
The current laws concerning iGaming in Canada state that it’s illegal in the country. However, Section 207 of the Criminal Code of Canada allows provincial governments to conduct and manage iGaming within their own province. This ruling means that any lottery schemes in the country must be operated by a provincial government.
If Bill S-268 passes, it will change the status quo by removing the effective monopoly that provincial governments have on the conducting and management of lotteries. The preamble for the Bill refers to the changes being part of the recognition of the Inherent and Treaty rights of Indigenous Peoples. This means that the Bill is not about bringing new rights for Indigenous Peoples but seeks to confirm the rights they already have.
The future of iGaming in Canada will be significantly changed by Bill S-268 if it passes. It will help to further the reconciliation between Canadians and Indigenous Peoples. Plus, it will enable Indigenous Peoples to have full control of their own lotteries. This means they will make more money from operating lotteries which will bring financial benefits to them and further the recognition of their rights.
It remains to be seen whether the Bill will pass, but there is support for it, especially within Indigenous communities. There is also a certain amount of resistance from provincial governments that are wary of their dominance in iGaming being diluted. Now that the first reading of the Bill is complete, there will be much interest concerning its progression.
Top low deposit bonuses – A guide to an enjoyable online casino experience
If are you interested in getting started with playing online casinos without risking or investing too much money, then casinos that offer low deposit bonuses might be an option for you. Low deposit bonuses are offers that allow you to place a smaller amount of money in your account when making your initial deposit.
This way, you still get to enjoy the game without breaking the bank. In this article, we will go over some recommendations you, as a player, can consider if you’re interested in using a low deposit bonus.
What are low deposit bonuses?
A low deposit bonus is a type of casino promotion where you get a certain amount of bonus money added to your casino account by depositing a small amount of money into it to get started. For example, a casino might offer a $20 bonus for every $5 deposited.
This can be an especially good deal for players who’re just getting started with playing casino online or players who want to try out a new casino without risking much. You can always check out this list of casinos offering top low deposit bonuses to get started.
What to keep in mind
There are some things to keep in mind when claiming a low deposit bonus. First, be sure to read the terms and conditions of the bonus carefully. Some bonuses have wagering requirements or other restrictions that make them difficult to cash out. Second, remember that the size of the bonus is usually smaller than other
types of bonuses. This means that it might take longer to meet the playthrough requirements and you might have to gamble more money to withdraw your potential winnings.
Despite the points mentioned above, low deposit bonuses can be a great way to get started at a new casino or try out new games without risking too much.
How to find the best low deposit bonuses
Even seasoned casino players are usually on the lookout for the best low deposit bonuses. This is because these types of bonuses offer them the opportunity to enjoy trying out new games with minimal risk, or even test a new casino that could have more beneficial terms and conditions regarding withdrawing potential winnings or that seems to have a better game selection.
Use existing lists of the best low deposit bonuses
There are many ways to find the best low deposit bonuses. One of the easiest and most accessible methods is to search for them online. Several websites offer comparison lists of the best low deposit bonuses available, and how they differentiate from each other. Players can simply compare the different bonuses
currently available at different vendors and choose the one that suits their needs best.
If it’s possible, it is always a good idea to also try and find user reviews of the casinos you’re interested in placing a deposit with. This way you can make sure that other players have positive experiences or be aware if someone says otherwise.
The drawbacks of low deposit bonuses
There are of course a few things to watch out for with low deposit bonuses. As we mentioned before, sometimes the casinos will have high wagering requirements. This means that you’ll need to win quite a lot of money before you can withdraw your winnings. This, in some cases, makes it difficult to walk away with any profit even though you got the bonus.
Another thing to be aware of is that some low deposit bonuses can have a maximum cash-out limit, which means you can only withdraw a certain amount of money even if you win more than that. This is important to look out for if you’re hoping to hit it big with one of these bonuses.
Finally, when using low deposit bonuses, it is tempting to spend more money than necessary. If you enjoy gambling a little too much and find it difficult to stop playing, get help by contacting the National Problem Gambling Helpline.
Do your research and have fun!
Low deposit bonuses provide an excellent way to get the most out of your casino experience without breaking the bank. With the thing mentioned in this article, you’ll be able to find some of the best low deposit bonuses available and start having fun right away! Whether you’re a fan of slot machines or table games, there are plenty of options for you to explore. So, what are you waiting for? Get started with your search and make sure that your next gaming session is as enjoyable as it can be!
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