Knowledge translation is a process that involves sharing information from research to a broader audience. Research can be technical in nature, so the LGCA provides accessible results of completed projects through concise single-page summaries.
These summaries condense each published article produced by the research department into key points such as:
- What the research is about
- What the researchers did
- What the researchers found
- How the research can be used
- What are the “need to know” key points
Click on the links below to access the research summaries for the LGCA's publications.
- Predictors of gambling and problem gambling in Canada (2021)
- Canadian Cannabis Survey Summary (2020)
- Similar motives? The Relationship between reasons for drinking and gambling in a population sample (2020)
- Gambling and Problem Gambling in Canada in 2018: Prevalence and Changes Since 2002 (2020)
- Testing Gambling Motives Structure
- Financial Gambling Motives Structure
- Understanding Motives for Gambling